Dr Megan Brown

MBBS(H) PGCHPE FHEA

Clinical Education Tutor, PhD student in the Health Professions Education Unit

Role at Hull York Medical School

Megan is a Clinical Education Tutor for year one medical students at the Hull York Medical School, assisting in the delivery of problem based learning and clinical skills.

Biography

Megan graduated from Hull York Medical School herself in 2016 and worked as a foundation doctor in the local area. Within this time she developed a strong interest in education and research, leading her to pursue the PGCHPE with Hull York Medical School in 2017. In 2018 Megan began a PhD with the Health Professions Education Unit within Hull York Medical School, researching identity formation within medical students and the effects of a pilot Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) within the Medical School.

Research

In 2018 Megan began a PhD with the Health Professions Education Unit within Hull York Medical School, researching identity formation within medical students and the effects of a pilot Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) within the medical school.

Teaching
  • Hull York Medical School Clinical Education Tutor- regular year one student tutor, also providing ad hoc cover for absence for year two sessions
  • Formative OSCE examiner
Honours and awards
  • The Alderson Medal 2016- awarded to the student with the best performance in clinical assessments in phases 2+3 of the Hull York Medical School MBBS Medicine programme.
  • Best performance in Year 4 Health and Society 2014/15 Hull York Medical School medal.
  • Innovation in Education award for ‘FY1 led ward rounds: a regional survey’ at the International Clinical Skills Conference 2017
  • Winner of Royal College of Psychiatrists Foundation Doctor of the Year award 2017