On Thursday 12th September, MAHSE welcomed HSST trainees from Cohort 4 and their academic and workplace supervisors to day of workshops held in Manchester. During the day, programme directors and programme administrators from The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University provided trainees and their supervisors with information and guidance on Section C of the HSST.
The day started with an interactive workshop on how to give a lay talk delivered by Dr. Karen Cosgrove (Co–Programme Directors for Life Sciences). During this session we also welcomed back Joe Wood, a Cohort 2 Medical Physics: Radiotherapy trainee, to give his lay talk to help trainees understand what the lay talk assessment involves. Prof. Anne White (MAHSE Deputy Director for HSST and UoM HSST Academic Director) and Prof. Anne-Marie Glenny (Director of Research at UoM) then delivered a session on literature reviews and systematic reviews.
In the afternoon, roundtable discussions with programme teams, trainees and workplace supervisors took place. This was followed by a session on the role of supervisors delivered by Prof. Anne White for University of Manchester trainees and Dr. Garry McDowell (HSST Lead for ManMet) for Manchester Metropolitan University trainees. The day ended with a brief Q&A session chaired by Professor Anne White and was attended by Lisa Ayers (HSST Training Programme Director) from the National School of Healthcare Science.
Podcasts and presentations from the day are provided below.
Please note, the content of the below presentations and podcasts is subject to change, any updates will be posted on the MAHSE website.
How to give a Lay Talk
|Literature Review vs Systematic Review
|Progressing your Research Project
|Roundtable discussions with Programme Teams, Trainees and Workplace Supervisors:|
|Role of Supervisors inc. Role of Supervisors in Assessment