educational supervisor

educational supervisor

A term used in the UK for the senior doctor—usually a consultant or associate specialist—identified by the postgraduate dean and the employing authority as having educational responsibility for the trainee in a specific placement. The educational supervisor may or may not be the doctor who provides clinical supervision.
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He was required to notify his educational supervisor about the incident but did not do so between February and April 2017.
In this context, the Minister emphasized that the organization of this workshop comes in the light of the Ministry's continuous efforts to develop educational supervisors professionally and raise their competencies in line with the new roles of the educational supervisor, through which workshops highlight the concept of supervision and educational leadership and their importance in developing teaching and learning processes and improving their outputs, The development of professional competencies for educational supervisors, and the opportunity to communicate and exchange views on the importance of educational supervision and its role in improving the level of supervisory and educational practices.
Dr Jonathan Cusack, her educational supervisor, told the hearing in Manchester: "She does regret the mistakes she has made.
Educational Supervisor of Education at the Ministry of Education gave
Dr Vun Lim, a Rheumatologist and Educational Supervisor at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, was on Dinas Mot on June 28, when she tumbled down the mountain.
Currently, Dr Hubert maintains his licence to practise medicine and is an educational supervisor and member of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Physicians.
On July 29, 2014, Dr Paton Ker finally disclosed her actions to her educational supervisor after her exhusband repeated threats to refer her.
Dr Harsha Reddy, an educational supervisor and ICM College tutor in North Wales, won the BMA Cymru Wales/BMJ Clinical Teacher of the Year Award for 2016.
He is actively involved in the teaching of trainee doctors as an educational supervisor.
All these activities are even more effective if the facilitator or the educational supervisor uses thoughtful probing questions to help learners move along the reflection continuum, through the steps of noticing and processing, in order to inform future actions.
For example, one sister recounts a single slice of bologna for dinner for days on end; another tells of the cold and draughty living conditions; a third, when principal, would warn her teachers as soon as she could whenever the religious community's educational supervisor was spotted in the parking lot on one of her surprise visits.
He was also the educational supervisor in the Emirate.

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