How to teach: Experiential Communication Skills Teaching – In person in Cambridge

Member Fee: £695 Non Member Fee: £780

“How to Teach” Course

This two day, non-residential course will be highly interactive, participant-centred and experiential. It will be facilitated by experienced teachers from the teaching committee of EACH: International Association of Communication in Healthcare. Feedback from previous courses has been extremely positive.

Who Should Attend

The course is directed towards teachers of health professionals (for example medical students, nurses, physiotherapists, doctors) and we would encourage teachers with a variety of experience of experiential learning to apply.the course will be held in English and as much as possible will accommodate participants for whom English is not their first language.

The focus will be on how to teach, especially facilitation of small groups, rather than what to teach or how to develop a curriculum. As a result of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • apply educational theory to designing effective communication skills training;
  • describe key components of effective experiential communication skills training sessions;
  • use role play, video, small groups and simulated patients to enhance learner communication skills;
  • structure feedback to enhance learning in communication training sessions:
  • and describe strategies for managing large and small group dynamics in communication training sessions.

The facilitators are

Sandra Winterburn


Sandra Winterburn



Anne Marie Regan



Mandy Williams




Member £695

Non member £780

Please note that annual membership of EACH is available for £80 for graduates, £100 for PHd students and £110 for full members. More details available here.

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Date/Time 31 Jan 2024 - 01 Feb 2024 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location Anglia Ruskin University

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