Information about Summer Studentships in CME 2015
- Friday 27th February - Deadline for receipt of applications
- TBC - Successful applicants informed
- Project Period: Mid June to Mid August 2015
The Centre for Medical Education provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to participate in education research and development projects during the summer months. Each participant will be assigned to a project supervisor. The projects will run for up to eight weeks between June and August and you will work Monday to Friday on a full-time basis.
Students currently enrolled for Medicine in years 1, 2 and 3 are eligible to apply (priority may need to be given to second and third year students if an unusually large number of applications are received). Each summer studentship typically pays a stipend of £150 per week.
Students from all Universities are welcome to apply.
The application process is CURRENTLY OPEN. To apply please submit:
- a completed application form (.doc)
- your current CV including your full academic profile, or transcript
Project Titles and Supervisors
For more details please download the project summary document (pdf):
- The Development of Audio-Visual Material to Support Understanding of the Mental State Examination (Dr Caroline Donnelly)
- Technology Enhanced Learning assistant: medical education portal (Ms Clare Thomson and Dr Kieran McGlade)
- Developing an SSC on Human Trafficking (Dr Mairead Corrigan)
- Digital Stories (Dr Maeve Rea)
- “Mind Your Mind” – Developing a Smartphone App to Promote Good Mental Health in Students (Dr Ciaran Mulholland and Dr Kieran McGlade)
- Online learning materials for Neurology (Dr Ailsa Fulton and Dr Kieran McGlade)
- Developing an On-Line Induction Package for First Year (Ms Mairead Boohan)
- Patient safety (Ms Mairead Boohan & Prof Frank Kee)
- Teaching resources for epidemiology and public health (Ms Mairead Boohan)
- Designing an Insulin Prescribing Module for Final Year (Dr Una Graham)
- Compassion, Sympathy and Empathy. What’s in a Name? (Prof Tim Dornan)
- The medical-dental interface: how can undergraduate education help to promote better understanding? (Dr Sue Morison, Professor Pascal McKeown and Ms Vicky Adams) NOTE: this project incorporates 2 studentships - 1 for a dental and 1 for a medical student and students should apply to the Centre for Dental Education firstname.lastname@example.org