Undergraduate Education in Lancashire Care

Feedback 2015-16:

A sample of feedback from all three university placements is provided.  This demonstrates the high quality of teaching and engagement by medical and other colleagues across Lancashire Care.  The trust is highly education focused and is supported by an excellent medical education team.

 

Manchester students are posted for their Psychiatry placements in the 4th year of their course.  Feedback is via Quality Assurance meetings that occur at the end of each placement involving the Acute Trust Education Dept, LCFT and Manchester Medical School.

Lancaster students are posted for their Psychiatry placements in the 3rd and 4th years of their course. The feedback is done directly to the Medical School and then copies collated and sent to LCFT.

Liverpool students are posted during the 4th year of their course to LCFT placements in Blackpool and Ormskirk. The feedback is sent to the Medical School and Blackpool Victoria Hospital Undergraduate Department.

                                   

Sample of Manchester Undergraduate Comments:

  • “This was an excellent and well organised placement” 
  • “Mock OSCE is an outstanding idea and should be replicated across other placements.” 
  • “This was an enjoyable placement; Very good tutor.”
  • “Well organised and helpful, an approachable firm lead, with an infectious enthusiasm for his specialty.”
  • “Excellent sessions”
  • “This was very good, with enthusiastic tutors – Dr S, Dr N, Dr H were all praised by the group.“ 
    “This was a very good placement, with fantastic teaching from Dr B”

                                    

Liverpool Undergraduate Feedback:

  • “Excellent teaching”
  • “Fun and engaging”
  • “Brilliant risk teaching – really helped”
  • “Most teaching was really fantastic.”
  • “Overall very good teaching.” 
  • “I thought the teaching throughout the rotation was excellent“ 
  • “A was very helpful with arranging placements” 
  • “Really enjoyed NM's teaching, by far the most informative teacher that we have had in the medical school.” 
  • “Dr B was an excellent teacher, available when required”

 

Ormskirk:

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Substance Misuse
Rating from 1 – 10:  Average = 97%

“Superb – really enjoyed talking over medication to help addiction”

                                        

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Mood Disorders
Rating from 1 – 10: Average = 100%

“Brilliant risk teaching – really helped”

                                    

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Mental Health Act
Rating from 1 – 10: Average = 95%

“Excellent teaching”

                                        

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Psychosis
Rating from 1 – 10: Average = 97%

“Best teaching I’ve ever had”

                                        

Blackpool:

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Substance Misuse
Rating from 1 – 10:  Average = 95%

“Great – enthusiastic and very interesting”


Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Mood Disorders
Rating from 1 – 10: Average = 91%

“Excellent tutor, made session very interesting”

                                        

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Mental Health Act
Rating from 1 – 10: Average = 97%

“Excellent”

                                        

Year 4 student feedback on Case Based Learning Sessions on Psychosis
Rating from 1 – 10: Average = 89%

“Good knowledge on epidemiology”     

                                        

Lancaster:

Year 3: Comments from Feedback Rotation One
“I thought the teaching throughout the rotation was excellent“

                                    

Year 3: Comments from Feedback Rotation Two
“Really enjoyed teaching, by far the most informative teacher that we have had in the medical school.”          

                                        

Year 4:  Comments from Groups Sept 2015 – April 2016
“Generally I really enjoyed the rotation”

                           

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