We publicly launched our new MB BCh programme recently with the help of the Minister for Education & Skills, Mr Huw Lewis AM, the MedSoc President, Ms Amy Butlin, and an assembled audience of students, patients, academics, clinical teachers and other NHS staff from across Wales, all of whom had a key role to play in shaping the new curriculum and helping to put it into place. Watch the C21 Launch…
Basic knowledge and skills, while fundamentally important, will not be enough on their own. Medical students must be inspired to learn about medicine in all its aspects so as to serve patients and become the doctors of the future.
Professor Sir Peter Rubin, GMC
C21 at a glance
Summaries of the project's timeline, tasks and objectives
The School of Medicine offers a range of C21 teaching opportunities
What's the future of medical education in Cardiff?
Why the C21 project and curriculum change are essential
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- Osteoarthritis suit raises empathy 14th January 2015The Academic Centre in Keir Hardie had a unique opportunity this week to provide students with an insight into the feeling and movement for a patient with arthritis.
- Professionalism publication deal agreed 25th September 2014Dr Lynn Monrouxe and Professor Charlotte Rees (Dundee) have just signed a deal with Wiley-Blackwell to publish a book based on their 10-year programme of professionalism research in 2017.
- 5th Annual Curriculum Conference - C21: Gaining Momentum 27th March, 08.45‑16.15 Cardiff University School of Medicine's annual curriculum conference brings together medical educators, students and clinicians as the successful new C21 programme gathers pace.Venue: Michael Griffith Education Centre