Medical Education (Research Division)
Members of the Medical Educaiton Division are involved in educational research linked to the delivery of the undergraduate medical degree curriculum. Staff research interests include the evaluation of various feedback nad assessment mechanisms and processes, advances in e-learning, the role of clinical simulation settings and other innovative elements of curriculum delivery. Completmentary areas of interest focus on issues such as the relationship between personal and academic characteristics and levels of student attainment.
The division has unrivalled educational resources including the Chantler Clinical Skills Centre and the Gordon Museum, which are both the largest of their kind in the UK, and the constantly developing Virtual Campus.
Excellent training courses (scientific, IT and others) are available for all PhD students through King's Graduate School.