STEM-HEE (Supervision skills for Trainee Educators in Medicine) is a new 1-day interactive course which aims to equip senior trainees with the skills to become clinical supervisors.
The course will cover a number of topics including:
- Supervision Skills
- Reflective Practice
- Supervision of Non-Medical Trainees
- Coaching and Mentoring
- Appraisal for Educators
- Quality Assurance for Assessments, and Clinical Supervisor Reports
The course builds on skills gained from LEAF-BUD and LEAF. This course is perfect for you if you already have formal experience in medical education, particularly learning theories and giving feedback.
The course will be delivered virtually to begin with and we hope to provide face-to-face courses in the future. We will use pre-course learning activities (available on Bridge) to set the scene, and develop your knowledge on the day through a mixture of short lectures and lots of smaller group work to stimulate discussion.
STEM-HEE is open to all trainees who are within 2 years of their CCT date, who have previously attended medical education courses such as LEAF and are actively involved in delivery of teaching. As the course (alongside additional post-course work) will qualify you to become a clinical supervisor in the East of England, it may be particularly useful for trainees who plan to stay in the region following CCT.
If you haven’t done LEAF but think you might be eligible to attend STEM-HEE, the table below/attached outlines other common courses which would prepare you for this course.