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HEE East of England are offering Blended Fellowships to their Trainees, Local Employed Doctors and SAS Doctors. Fellows will be integral in driving content creation for their specialty on the the Blended Learning Platform. This is to ensure that educational content is accessible across all specialties and created to the highest possible standard using the latest technologies!
- Eligibility: ST3 (ST2+ for GP) or above doctors in an EoE Training Programme, LED and SAS Doctors who will be working in the EoE for at least 12 months from the time of commencement in post.
- Applications open: Wednesday, 22nd March 2023
- Applications close: 10am Tuesday, 3rd May 2023
- Outcomes: By the 10th May 2023
- Fellowship start date: August/September 2023
If you have any queries regaridng becoming Blended Learning Fellow please contact the Blended Learning Team (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What will I be Doing?
In a nutshell your role as the Blended Learning Fellow will be to take all the subject matter expert knowledge that you can find and "digitalise" it, into a blend of online courses and Webinar/recorded Face-to-Face teaching events for your specialty. You will be working closely with your Specialty Blended Learning Lead to construct a sustainable and achievable educational online strategy, breaking down relevant curricula into learning objectives and packaging them into Blended Learning Pathways that can be delivered over time. There is more info on how this is done on our content creation page.
Once these pathways have been mapped out, you will be responsible for collating all relevant material from subject matter experts to build your pathways using market leading online creation tools such as Articulate 360 and:
- Bridge LMS
- Panopto Lecture Capture Software
- Adobe Premiere Pro (Advanced)
You will also have an opportunity to build 360 VR content, and interactive Video Tours that can be made into online courses.
Should you have an interest in Immersive Tech we have access to one Microsoft Hololens 2 that you can use to build Mixed Reality applications using Unity.
PGCert or PGDip:
As par of the Fellowship Programme Fellows may have access to bursaries for a PGCert or PGDip (top up) in Medical Education.
Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work – up to 40% - 2 days a week (job share would be considered). Please ensure you discuss it with your TPD before applying.
In order for the application to be successful, the applicant must have a proposed project or an idea for a project that they wish to undertake. The project idea should be focused around blended or e-learning and the successful applicant will take the lead in creating the project with support from the blended learning team.
The idea for your project should be presented as a 5-minute storyboard and then uploaded onto Panopto for the blended learning team to assess. Please email email@example.com once this has been done.
Successful candidates will be trained on how to utilise the various platforms and software that is available to the blended learning team.
Successful candidates will be invited to attend the Blended Learning Fellows Development Day & Showcase on 14th June 2023 (venue to be confirmed).
We would like to make you aware that there are many other types of Fellowship opportunities available for the EoE Trainees; more details can be found here - http://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/faculty-educators/tiered-approach/tier-1/trainee-fellowships/current-fellow-recruitment
Global Health Fellowship:
In addition to the above, we also have the Global Health Fellowship application. More details can be found here. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding the Global Health Fellowship.
Recoding from the induction session on the 8th March 2022