We aim to attract, train and retain the very best doctors.
Hear what our medical students have to say about their curriculum:
The Institute of Medical Education oversees undergraduate and taught postgraduate medical studies and is responsible for all aspects of medical education, from admissions and assessment to the curriculum and medical education research.
For degrees by research, see Postgraduate Research Degrees in Medicine
Medical Education Research
Research in the Institute is aimed at improving medical education. This work is disseminated internationally and forms an evidence-base that the School draws upon in its own teaching and curriculum development.
Cwm Taf RDCS Helpdesk
14th May, 10.00‑14.00Research Helpdesk for NHS professionalsVenue: Royal Glamorgan Hospital
Mr Neville Chiavaroli: Empathy SEMINAR and MCQ WORKSHOP
4th June, 12.30‑16.00An interactive seminar for those who are interested in the concept of empathy and its place in the medical curriculum and a hands-on workshop on writing scenario-based, ‘higher order’ MCQs (booking for seminar and/or workshop essential)Venue: UHW Main Building
Powys RDCS Helpdesk
9th July, 10.00‑14.00Research Helpdesk for NHS professionals
Cardiff unveils radical new approach to training and retaining doctors in Wales
31st March 2014New patient-focused curriculum transforms how doctors are trained in Wales’ largest medical school.
Revamped Cardiff University medical degree 'valuable' for medics
6th March 2014A medical student at Cardiff University says a revamped course has left her wanting to work in Wales after graduating.
New Dean of Medicine
7th January 2014Professor John Bligh, formerly Dean of Medical Education at the Cardiff University School of Medicine, takes up a new role as Dean of Medicine.