The Department of Medical Education provides the following services and facilities:
The School of Medicine at Cardiff University recognises that there are a number of NHS colleagues employed not by the University but by NHS health boards / trusts in Wales. These colleagues contribute significantly to the teaching of the school by teaching undergraduate medical students who are on clinical placements in NHS health boards / trusts throughout Wales.
The School can recommend to the University the award of a University Honorary Title to such colleagues in recognition of this contribution.
The particular Honorary Title awarded to an individual depends upon the level, scope and nature of the contribution of that individual to the teaching of the School.
There are four Honorary Titles:
All applications for an Honorary Title, either for the initial award or for a renewal, should be made on the appropriate application form.
Completed application forms need to be signed by both applicant and proposer. These forms will be sent via the Medical Education Department to the NHS Liaison Unit for processing.
Applications must include a Curriculum Vitae. This must show career details, details of applications, relevant experience and supporting teaching activities.
The Honorary Titles Steering Group will consider and recommend the award of Honorary Titles on behalf of the University's Human Resources Committee.
The Steering Group meets on a quarterly basis. A record of all titles awarded will be maintained by the NHS Liaison Unit on behalf of the Human Resources Directorate.
For further information please contact:
Danielle Taylor, Danielle.email@example.com
Tel: 029 2184 4510
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board welcome Medical Students only from Cardiff Medical School and other UK and overseas Medical School’s to apply for an elective clinical placement.
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