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Gill Harrison

Senior Lecturer in Ultrasound Programme Director for the Medical Ultrasound programmes

School of Health Sciences, Division of Midwifery & Radiography

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City, University of London
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EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Gill is a Radiographer specialising in medical ultrasound and joined City University London in 1999. She previously worked as a superintendent Sonographer in the NHS and private practice in Hertfordshire. She is currently the Programme Director for the Medical Ultrasound programmes at City University London and continues to practice within the NHS.

Gill started her career as a Radiographer in Lancashire, before moving to Hertfordshire and training in Medical Ultrasound. After moving into education she has continued working as a Sonographer in the NHS and private practice. She has taken an active role in professional accredition of ultrasound programmes, as a lead accreditor for CASE (The Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education) and developing clinical competency guidelines in addition to training accreditors. She has a keen interest in teaching ergonomics in ultrasound and breaking bad news to ultrasound and medical students and developing clinical teaching skills for ultrasound supervisors and mentors. She has also introduced a number of innovative teaching, learning and assessment methods to the ultrasound programme. Gill has been involved in ultrasound education in Uganda, on behalf of the British Medical Ultrasound Society.

Qualifications

- MSc Medical Imaging Science (Ultrasound)
- Diploma in Medical Ultrasound (DMU)
- Diploma of the College of Radiographers (DCR(R)
- Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (Dip.CH.P)

Administrative Roles & Clinical Activity

- University periodic review panel member

School of Health Sciences committees / panels:
- Postgraduate Forum
- Board of Studies
- Academic misconduct panels
- Appeals panels
- Programme approval and review committee & periodic review
- Programmes committee (rotational chair for pg)

Ultrasound programme:
- Student staff liaison committee chair
- Clinical liaison committee chair
Professional activity - - Reviewer for Radiography journal
- Review book proposals for publishers
- Lead accreditor for CASE (Ultrasound accrediting body)
- External examiner for medical ultrasound programmes
- Ultrasound advisory group member (Society & College of Radiographers) - College of Radiographers assessor
Clinical Activity

- Sonographer at West Hertfordshire NHS Trust
- External competency assessments of Sonographers
- Clinical assessments of student sonographers

Professional Bodies

- Society of Radiographers (SoR)
- Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
- British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS)

Awards

- June 2015 Vice Chancellor's award for Excellence in Learning and Teaching - May 2015 Health's Got Talent, Gold award - June 2014 - • Award for the best paper presentation at the Learning and Teaching Conference, - June 2014 • Health’s Got Talent, bronze award for teaching and learning innovation - June 2012 - Alan Nicholson award from the College of Radiographers for best proffered paper by a radiographer at the UKRC conference
- Summer 2011 - Moodle Launch Award
- June 2011 - Student voice award for student support
- June 2008 - Learning and Teaching award for curriculum development by the Centre for Educational & Academic Practice, City University London.

Research

Research Overview

Gill has been involved in the development of web based teaching and learning resources, working within a multidisciplinary team to develop on-line training resources for providing feedback on clinical and communication skills
www.cetl.org.uk/learning/feedback_opportunities/player.html and communicating challenging information in obstetrics
www.cetl.org.uk/learning/ou_communication/player.html

As part of the development of innovative teaching, learning and assessment methods, Gill is keen to assess students' experiences using these interactive methods.

Grants

- 2009 - £15K CETL funded project to develop on-line resource to enhance feedback in clinical and communication skills. 

Publications

  1. Parker, P.C. and Harrison, G. (2015). Educating the future sonographic workforce: membership survey report from the British Medical Ultrasound Society. Ultrasound, 23(4), pp. 231–241. doi:10.1177/1742271X15605344.
  2. Harrison, G. (2015). Ultrasound clinical progress monitoring: Who, where and how? Ultrasound, 23(4), pp. 197–203. doi:10.1177/1742271X15600006.
  3. Harrison, G. and Harris, A. (2015). Work-related musculoskeletal disorders in ultrasound: Can you reduce risk? Ultrasound, 23(4), pp. 224–230. doi:10.1177/1742271X15593575.
  4. Harrison, G. (2015). Summative clinical competency assessment: A survey of ultrasound practitioners’ views. Ultrasound, 23(1), pp. 11–17. doi:10.1177/1742271X14550238.
  5. Williams, C.J., Edie, J.C., Mulloy, B., Flinton, D.M. and Harrison, G. (2013). Transvaginal ultrasound simulation and its effect on trainee confidence levels: A replacement for initial clinical training? Ultrasound, 21(2), pp. 50–56. doi:10.1177/1742271X13481215.
  6. Harrison, G., Hayden, S., Cook, V. and Cushing, A. (2012). Improving health care professionals' feedback on communication skills: Development of an on-line resource. Patient Education and Counseling, 88(3), pp. 414–419. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2012.06.025.
  7. Harrison, G., Mulloy, B., Harris, A. and Flinton, D. (2012). On-line case discussion assessment in Ultrasound: The effect on student centred and inter-professional learning. Radiography, 18(3), pp. 160–165. doi:10.1016/j.radi.2012.03.003.

    [publisher’s website]

Internet Publications (2)

  1. Harrison, G. (2016). Harrison G. Test: Image Interpretation - Obstetric Ultrasound: Introduction. Image Interpretation. HEE e-learning for Healthcare. 2016. Health Education England.
  2. Harrison, G. (2013). Image Interpretation - Obstetric Ultrasound: Nuchal Translucency. e-learning for healthcare / Health Education England.

Journal Articles (13)

  1. Hawkes, R.A., Patterson, A.J., Priest, A.N., Harrison, G., Hunter, S., Pinney, J., Set, P., Hilliard, N., Graves, M.J., Smith, G.C.S. and Lomas, D.J. (2016). Uterine artery pulsatility and resistivity indices in pregnancy: Comparison of MRI and Doppler US. Placenta, 43, pp. 35–40. doi:10.1016/j.placenta.2016.04.002.
  2. Parker, P.C. and Harrison, G. (2015). Educating the future sonographic workforce: membership survey report from the British Medical Ultrasound Society. Ultrasound, 23(4), pp. 231–241. doi:10.1177/1742271X15605344.
  3. Harrison, G. (2015). Ultrasound clinical progress monitoring: Who, where and how? Ultrasound, 23(4), pp. 197–203. doi:10.1177/1742271X15600006.
  4. Harrison, G. and Harris, A. (2015). Work-related musculoskeletal disorders in ultrasound: Can you reduce risk? Ultrasound, 23(4), pp. 224–230. doi:10.1177/1742271X15593575.
  5. Harrison, G. (2015). Summative clinical competency assessment: A survey of ultrasound practitioners’ views. Ultrasound, 23(1), pp. 11–17. doi:10.1177/1742271X14550238.
  6. Harrison, G. and Harris, A. (2014). Postgraduate Medical Ultrasound Programme: Have we Flipped? Learning at City Journal, 4(2), pp. 25–38.
  7. Williams, C.J., Edie, J.C., Mulloy, B., Flinton, D.M. and Harrison, G. (2013). Transvaginal ultrasound simulation and its effect on trainee confidence levels: A replacement for initial clinical training? Ultrasound, 21(2), pp. 50–56. doi:10.1177/1742271X13481215.
  8. Harrison, G., Hayden, S., Cook, V. and Cushing, A. (2012). Improving health care professionals' feedback on communication skills: Development of an on-line resource. Patient Education and Counseling, 88(3), pp. 414–419. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2012.06.025.
  9. Harrison, G., Mulloy, B., Harris, A. and Flinton, D. (2012). On-line case discussion assessment in Ultrasound: The effect on student centred and inter-professional learning. Radiography, 18(3), pp. 160–165. doi:10.1016/j.radi.2012.03.003.

    [publisher’s website]

  10. Stoyles, T. and Harrison, G. (2006). A National Survey of Sonographers and their reporting Practices in the General Medical Ultrasound Field. Ultrasound, 14(2), pp. 109–114. doi:10.1179/174313406X93595.

    [publisher’s website]

  11. Harrison, G. and Mitcalf, R. (2003). Trends in Litigation Activity against Sonographers. BMUS Bulletin, 11(1), pp. 33–36.
  12. Harrison, G. (2002). Knowledge of Clinical Governance. A Pilot study. . Journal of Diagnostic Radiography, 4(3), pp. 127–133.
  13. Easen, S. and Harrison, G. Communication skills training in ultrasound: Ultrasound practitioners’ views. Imaging Therapy and Practice pp. 30–35.

Posters (9)

  1. Harrison, G. and Harris, A. Games with Aims. HEA Annual Conference 2017 Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight., 2017.
  2. Harrison, G. and Harris, A. Games with Aims. Achieving Excellence in Radiography Education and Research Conference, 2016.
  3. Cook, V., Cushing, A., Goreham, C., Harrison, G., Hayden, S., Perovic, N. and Rogers, M. Cook V, Cushing AM, Goreham C, Harrison G, Hayden SM, Perovic N, Rogers M. (2011) Learning to give feedback : using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. Academy of Medical Educators 3rd Annual Academic Meeting, Grosvenor Square, London, 2011.
  4. Cook, V., Cushing, A., Goreham, C., Harrison, G., Hayden, S., Perovic, N. and Rogers, M. Cook V, Cushing AM, Hayden S.M., Perovic N, Goreham C., Harrison G., Rogers M (2011)
    Learning to give feedback : using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice.
    Council of Clinical Communication Conference. Manchester, 2011.
  5. Cook, V., Cushing, C., Goreham, C., Harrison, G., Hayden, S., Perovic, N. and Rogers, M. Learning to give feedback : using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. 1st International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions. Toronto, Canada, 2011.
  6. Neale, E., Chudleigh, T., Harrison, G., Nelder, J. and Baker, R. What are the pitfalls of cervical length assessment? 21st World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Los Angeles., 2011.
  7. Neale, E., Chudleigh, T., Harrison, G., Nelder, J. and Baker, R. Cervical length assessment: How accurate are sonographers? 21st World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Los Angeles. 18 – 22nd September 2011., 2011.
  8. Cook, V., Cushing, A., Goreham, C., Harrison, G., Hayden, S., Perovic, N. and Rogers, M. Cook V, Cushing A, Goreham C, Harrison G, Hayden S, Perovic N and Rogers M (2010) Learning to give feedback : using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. Poster Presentation. Association for Medical Education in Europe Conference. Glasgow, 2010.
  9. Harrison, G. On-Line Case Discussions: Innovation? British Medical Ultrasound Society 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting, 2010.

Practitioners (3)

  1. (2017). Public Voluntary Register of Sonographers; What is it and how do you get on it? Synergy News, pp. 5–5
  2. (2006). Ultrasound in Uganda. Synergy News
  3. (2003). Clinical Risk Management Awareness in Ultrasound Departments,. Synergy, pp. 12–15

Education

HEA

Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy. July 2015

Other Activities

Editorial Activities (3)

  1. Co-managed the obstetric module development for the DoH / SCoR e-learning for health (e-LfH) project..
  2. Edited 9 modules on the e-LfH image Interpretation programme (Obstetric Ultrasound) https://e-learningforhealthcare.org.uk
    E-learning for Healthcare - Image Interpretation, Obstetric Ultrasound modules
    http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/projects/image-interpretation/
    .
  3. Associate Editor for the journal Ultrasound..

Events/Conferences (37)

  1. European Congress of Radiology. (Conference) Vienna. (2017). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Can or should US services be provided by radiographers/sonographers? Educational needs
    Author: Harrison, G.
    Description: Insights Imaging (2017) 8(Suppl 1): 1. doi:10.1007/s13244-017-0546-5
  2. Medico-legal issues in ultrasound reporting. Bristol (2016).
    Description: Harrison, G. (2016) Medico-legal issues in ultrasound reporting. British Society of Gynaecological Imaging study day. 10th September 2016, Bristol (invited speaker)
  3. Audit in Action. City University London (2016).
    Description: Harrison, G. and Harris, A. (2016) Audit in Action. Health’s got Talent. City University London. 23rd June
  4. Games with Aims. London (2016).
    Description: Harrison, G. and Harris, A. (2016) Games with Aims. Learning at City: Promoting and Enhancing Teaching Excellence conference, 8th June 2016 (presentation and workshop)
  5. Postgraduate Ultrasound Programme: We’ve flipped, have you? Glasgow (2016).
    Description: Harrison, G. and Harris, A. (2016) Postgraduate Ultrasound Programme: We’ve flipped, have you? Higher Education Academy Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in Health and Social Care Conference. 24th - 25th February 2016, Glasgow
  6. CASE accreditors’ experience of accrediting a new direct entry programme. London (2015).
    Description: CASE accreditor training day.
  7. Simulation in Medical Ultrasound.
    Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Conference. (invited speaker).
    Brighton (2015).
    Description: Harrison, G. (2015) Simulation in Medical Ultrasound. Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Conference. 4th November 2015, Brighton. (invited speaker)
  8. Simulation in Medical Ultrasound. Brighton (2015).
    Description: Harrison, G. (2015) Simulation in Medical Ultrasound. Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Conference. 4th November 2015, Brighton.(invited speaker)
  9. Games with Aims. London (2015).
    Description: Harrison, G and Harris, A (2015) Games with Aims. Health has got talent, City University London. 21st May 2015 (Gold award)
  10. The Flipped Classroom. We’ve flipped. Have you? London (2015).
    Description: Harrison, G. (2015) The Flipped Classroom. We’ve flipped. Have you? CASS Teaching and Learning Showcase: Innovations in E-Learning Conference, CASS Business School, London. 6th May 2015 (invited speaker)
  11. Ergonomics hand-on Workshop. British Medical Ultrasound Society 46th Annual Scientific Meeting. (2014).
    Description: Ergonomics workshop organiser.

    This workshop will provide a chance to put into practice good ergonomic practice, with a facilitator to advise on how to reduce the risk of injury.

    The workshop is relevant for anyone undertaking ultrasound and wanting to reduce their risk of work related injury.

    Aims:
    • Improve ergonomic practice.

    Objectives:
    • Scan in a small group setting and gain advice about posture.
    • Review transducer grip and grip pressure
    • Look at ways to adapt scanning technique to reduce risks of work related disorders
  12. Ergonomics Workshop. BMUS, Manchester (2014).
  13. We’ve flipped. Have you? City University London (2014).
    Description: Health’s Got Talent, City University London (bronze award)
  14. The Flipped Classroom: New innovation or an old idea? UKRC Conference, Manchester (2014).
    Description: Invited Speaker

    Abstract:
    In recent years due to technological advances, innovative curriculum design has been central to the developments within many health care education programmes. The Medical Ultrasound programme at City University London has been no exception. To enhance the face to face learning time within the part-time postgraduate programme we developed a method of blended learning, which involves on-line lectures and guided self study, supported by interactive film viewing sessions, group discussions, simulation and games within the lectures. Additionally on-line case discussions are used to share clinical cases from the clinical workplace and develop collaborative learning and assessment in the clinical modules. The term “flipped classroom” has appeared frequently in recent educational literature, this presentation will consider whether it is a new idea and how it has been used within the Post-graduate ultrasound programme.
    The term “flipped classroom” has appeared frequently in recent educational literature. This presentation will consider whether the post-graduate medical ultrasound programme has fully flipped, review some of the student feedback and share ideas that could be used within other programmes.
  15. The use of the “flipped classroom” in a blended learning programme: Have we flipped? Learning at City Conference London (2014).
    Description: Learning at City Conference: Students as Partners in Learning?
    Prize for best paper
  16. How best to assess ultrasound clinical competency: The on-going dilemma. British Medical Ultrasound Society 45th Annual Scientific Meeting. Gateshead (2013).
    Description: Introduction:
    Clinical competency is an essential component of any ultrasound training programme, in order to ensure high standards of practice and patient care. The Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education (CASE) commissioned a project to devise guidelines for clinical competency assessment for CASE accredited courses, in the hope of providing a minimum standard. To inform the project work an online questionnaire was devised to ascertain the opinions of ultrasound practitioners, the results of which will be presented.

    Method:
    An online survey was sent to all UK ultrasound programme directors and CASE council members to disseminate to their academic and clinical contacts. Opinions were sought on a range of issue relating to clinical competency monitoring and assessment.

    Results:
    116 responses were received from a wide range of professionals, the majority being radiographers. Most respondents were involved in training, with the majority having roles as mentors and/ or assessors. Key findings suggested that regular formative assessment should be undertaken prior to final summative assessment in the workplace, with some element of external assessment or moderation of the final assessment.
    The majority of respondents were in favour of a national minimum standard for clinical competency assessment, with 75% strongly agreeing that a national standard for competency assessments is preferable.

    Conclusion:
    Generally the ultrasound community responding to this survey were in favour of standardised clinical competency assessments, with internal progress monitoring and some external moderation of final assessments to ensure independence and consistency.
  17. Transvaginal ultrasound simulation: can it replace initial patient training for doctors? British Medical Ultrasound Society 44th Annual Scientific Meeting, Telford. (2012).
    Description: Williams, C. Edie, J. Flinton, D. Harrison, G. Mulloy, B. (2012) Transvaginal ultrasound simulation: can it replace initial patient training for doctors? British Medical Ultrasound Society 44th Annual Scientific Meeting. 10th - 12th December. (prize winner for best proffered paper)
  18. The accreditation event: roles and expectations. York (2012).
    Description: CASE Accreditor Training Day (invited speaker).
  19. Assessments: Do they assess learning outcomes. York (2012).
    Description: CASE Accreditor Training Day, (invited speaker).
  20. Learning to give feedback: using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. UKRC conference, Manchester (2012).
    Description: Harrison, G. Hayden, S. Cook, V. Cushing, A. Learning to give feedback: using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. United Kingdom Radiological Congress (UKRC), Manchester.
    Winner of Alan Nicholson Prize for best proffered paper by a Radiographer at UKRC.
  21. Straight or spline cervical length measurement – which is most reproducible. Brighton (2011).
    Description: Neale E, Chudleigh T, Nelder J, Baker R, Harrison G
    British Medical Ultrasound Society, 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting.
  22. Cervical length assessment: How accurate are sonographers? Los Angeles (2011).
    Description: Neale E, Chudleigh T, Harrison G, Nelder J and Baker R, 21st World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 18 - 22nd September 2011 (poster presentation).
  23. The difficulties in assessing trainees and trainer competence in ultrasound. London (2011).
    Description: Harrison, G. Mulhair, L., Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (invited speaker).
  24. Learning to give feedback : using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. Toronto, Canada (2011).
    Description: Cook V, Cushing A, Goreham C, Harrison G, Hayden S, Perovic N and Rogers M, 1st International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions (poster presentation). Toronto, Canada.
  25. Learning to give feedback: using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. Manchester (2011).
    Description: Cook V, Cushing A, Goreham C, Harrison G, Hayden S, Perovic N and Rogers M, UK Council of Clinical Communication Conference, poster presentation (prize winner).
  26. Learning to give feedback: using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. Grosvenor Square, London (2011).
    Description: Cook V, Cushing AM, Goreham C, Harrison G, Hayden SM, Perovic N, Rogers M, Academy of Medical Educators 3rd Annual Academic Meeting, poster presentation, 26th & 27th January.
  27. CASE Accreditor Training: The event. University of Sheffield (2010).
    Description: Invited speaker, CASE accreditor training event
  28. On-Line Case Discussions: Innovation? Brighton (2010).
    Description: Poster Presentation. British Medical Ultrasound Society 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting, 28th - 30th September 2010.
  29. Learning to give feedback: using filmed vignettes to promote effective practice. Glasgow (2010).
    Description: Cook V, Cushing A, Goreham C, Harrison G, Hayden S, Perovic N and Rogers M, poster presentation, Association for Medical Education in Europe Conference, 4th - 8th September 2010.
  30. Developing and evaluating a CETL faculty-development resource to improve formative feedback on clinical and communication skills. Queen Mary’s University London (2010).
    Description: Harrison G, Cushings A, Cook V, Goreham C, Rogers M, Hayden S and Perovic N
    Institute of Health Sciences Education research afternoon.
  31. Patchwork Assessment in Ultrasound: Introduction of Another Patch. Help or Hindrance? London (2010).
    Description: Harrison, G., Mulloy, B., Harris, A
    Centre for Recording Achievement Conference
  32. Enhancing Feedback in Clinical and Communications Skills: An on-line resource. City University London. (2010).
    Description: Harrison G, Goreham C, Cook V, Cushings A, Rogers M, Hayden S and Perovic N
    Learning at City Conference,
  33. The skills for Accrediting. University of West of England (2010).
    Description: Invited speaker CASE Accreditor training seminar.
  34. Teaching the skills needed for breaking bad news in ultrasound. City University London. (2010).
    Description: Harrison G, Harris A and Mulloy B
    Teaching Clinical Skills Colloquium,
  35. The Role of the Accreditor in CASE Accreditations. Society & College of Radiographers, London (2009).
    Description: Invited speaker CASE Accreditor training seminar.
  36. Clinical Assessment Development and Delivery from the Educationalist’s Perspective. Society & College of Radiographers, London (2009).
    Description: The Consortium for Sonographic Education Open Forum Study Day. Invited speaker
  37. BMUS Ultrasound Training Programme in Uganda. Society & College of Radiographers, London (2006).
    Description: Harrison G and Drought A (2006). Current Approaches to Supporting Radiography in Developing Countries Study Day (invited speaker).

Keynote Lectures/Speeches (5)

  1. Work related musculoskeletal disorders: Can you reduce your risk? British Medical Ultrasound Society 46th Annual Scientific Meeting. Manchester (2014). 9th - 11th December 2014, Manchester (invited speaker).

    During this presentation you will be given hints and tips on how you can reduce your risk of work related injury. You will gain an insight into some of the issues affecting ultrasound practitioners and look at what you can do to ensure a long and heathy career
  2. Medico-legal awareness: The Expert Witness Perspective. Liverpool (2016). Harrison, G. (2016) Medico-legal awareness: The Expert Witness Perspective. 15th UK Radiological Congress (UKRC). Liverpool, 6th June 2016 (invited speaker)
  3. Can or should US services be provided by radiographers/sonographers? Educational needs. European Congress of Radiology, Vienna (2017). http://www.myesr.org/sites/default/files/ECR_Today_2017_Friday.pdf (page 10)
    http://www.auntminnie.com/index.aspx?sec=rca&sub=ecr_2017&pag=dis&ItemID=116733
  4. The difficulties in assessing trainees and trainer competence in ultrasound,. London, RCOG (2011). Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) Train the Trainers Day.
    Harrison, G. Mulhair, L., Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (invited speaker).
  5. Standardised Clinical Competency Assessments for all: Can it Happen? Brighton (2011). Invited keynote speaker.
    British Medical Ultrasound Society, 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting,

    http://issuu.com/kosmos.co.uk/docs/scientific-programme-bmus-2011?mode=window&pageNumber=1

Other (6)

  1. Harrison, G. (2015) Accrediting non-traditional routes. CASE accreditor training day. November 2015 (Workshop facilitator) London
  2. Chair of the Ultrasound Advisory Group for the Society and College of Radiographers.
  3. A lead accreditor for the Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education (CASE):
    co-ordinate the accreditation or re-accreditation of ultrasound programmes in the UK.
  4. Lead a project on behalf of CASE (The Consortium for Accreditation of Sonographic Education), to develop national clinical competency guidelines.
  5. Key role in a multidisciplinary team developing on-line training resources for providing feedback on clinical and communication skills www.cetl.org.uk/learning/feedback_opportunities/player.html and communicating challenging information in obstetrics www.cetl.org.uk/learning/ou_communication/player.html
  6. e-LFH Ultrasound Module, Brain and Head

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