1. How to be an educational supervisor (Carolyn Evans).
2. Personal support and mentoring (Judy McKimm).
3. Dealing with doctors in difficulty (Rosalind Roden).
4. Career planning and advice (Jane Howard and David Clegg).
5. Putting a curriculum into practice (Nicola Cooper and Colin Melville).
6. Teaching and learning (Kirsty Forrest and Sean Williamson).
7. Introducing narrative reflection (Kathy Feest).
8. Assessments and appraisal (Julian Archer).
9. The role of information technology (Sean Smith).
10. Quality assurance (Jonathan Beard and Nicola Cooper).
Appendix 1 – Judy McKimm and Rosalind Roden.
Appendix 2 – Alastair McGowan.
Helps supervisors who may have very little or no training in medical education and must guide trainees through 2 years of study and practice
Presented in a clear, easy to assimilate style, with useful learning features such as case examples, mini tutorials and self-testing