Through the NCI, I have been involved in the module Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare hosted at the Warwick Medical School. This course is offered either as a stand-alone course or assessed at Masters level, as part of the suite of CPD courses on offer. In February I sat on the Expert Panel alongside Professor Jonathan Tritter and Dr Christine Harrison, engaging in discussion around the small group presentations on PPI.
Although I have no other teaching responsibilities in my current role, I have extensive experience of running workshops, teaching and training sessions. In my previous role I completed a two day course on Teaching Skills for Research Staff. I have also assisted in the supervision of undergraduate student projects and have run a range of training and skills workshops on literature searching, referencing and undertaking systematic reviews to undergraduate and postgraduate students and members of staff. I have also been involved in the teaching of levels of evidence to medical students, in particular how to interpret odds-ratio diagrams and statistical data presented in systematic reviews. I have also been involved in student assessment, including medical student OSCPEs.