In the community section you will find:
- The Resource Archive for Teacher Trainers (RAFTT) - www.medev.ac.uk/randd/RAFTT/, including the RAFTT blog (contact Gillian Brown for a username and password)
- Special interest groups to support communities of practice including:
- UK Council of Communication Skills Teaching in Undergraduate Medical Education (closed community). To enquire about the Council please email enquiries.
Main mailing list (including fortnightly eBulletin)
- Medev - list for regular email alerts, open, moderated
Other mailing lists - please contact us if you are interested in any of the 'closed' lists.
- Medev-admissions list, closed, moderated
- Medev-employability list, closed, moderated
- Medev-IMPS list for elearning and technical discussion, closed, moderated
- Medev-studentsupport - closed, moderated
- Medev_NPC - closed, moderated
- Dentistry_NPC - closed, moderated
- Medicine_NPC - closed, moderated
- Veterinary_NPC - closed, moderated
- Slice of life - hosted by the Subject Centre on behalf of Slice of Life, open, moderated
As the Subject Centre we were involved in a number of collaborative projects:
- SNAS is a Higher Education Academy project about learning and teaching resources for Supporting New Academic Staff, website: www.heacademy.ac.uk/SNAS.htm.
- Higher Education Academy employability and enterprise project.
- EIPEN is funded through the European Commission Leonardo Da Vinci Programme. EIPEN aims to establish a sustainable inclusive network of people and organisations in partner countries to share and develop effective interprofessional learning and teaching for improving collaborative practice and multi agency working in health and social care. Website: www.health.heacademy.ac.uk/projects/eipen/
- MEDINE2 is the Thematic Network on Medical Education in Europe (MEDINE), based at the University of Edinburgh (formerly at the University of Bristol). It addresses educational, institutional and quality issues in European medical education within the framework of European initiatives. This project is being carried out with the support of the European Community under i
ts Erasmus and Socrates Programmes. Website: medine2.com
- mhhe is the mental health in higher education project. It was previously supported by a number of Subject Centres. Website: www.mhhe.heacademy.ac.uk.