Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0077sk2.2 | Grants and teaching | SFEBES2021

How to make meaningful improvements to your teaching with common and accessible technologies

Moss James

You don’t have to be a digital native to use technology effectively in teaching. Even self-confessed technophobes can make meaningful improvements in their use of digital learning with only a little bit of guidance and support. Technology is a ubiquitous feature of higher education, which has been consolidated during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, with so many options on the market it can be incapacitating to try and choose. This is further complicated by local institut...

ea0065sk3.1 | Innovations in teaching | SFEBES2019

Innovations in teaching

Saleh Sohag , Moss James

In higher education, endocrinology teaching is often delivered by academic researchers and endocrine physicians, however their involvement in teaching is rarely the primary focus of their job plan. As such, opportunities to develop as an educator are often triaged behind primary responsibilities such as research, funding applications, publications and patient care. Undergraduate and postgraduate medical education is delivered across a range of settings (classroom, lab, bedside...