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Dr Colin Lumsden (BSc MBChB MRCP MRCPCH MSc MedEd FHEA) - personal details

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Dr Colin Lumsden

Role: Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Paediatrician, Manchester Medical School

Telephone: 01772524280 (Preston Hospital)

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Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

 

Qualifications

BSc Medical Science St Andrews University, MBChB Manchester University, Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Masters in Medical Education University fo Cardiff

 

Role

My current role is Lead for Year 3 of the revised MBChB 2016/17. This is a senior leadership role within the medical school. The role currently includes the redesign of the MBChB with ultimate responsibility for the succesful implementation of the revised year 3. This requires liaison between the University and all our NHS partners to ensure a seamless transition to the revised programme. I am also the student experience lead for Lancashire Teaching Hospitals where I work as an Honorary Consultant Paediatrician with interests in Neonatology and Allergy. I am the lead for student transition liaising with partner programmes in St Andrews and Malaysia. I was the project Lead for the Medical School iPad project during my tenure as lead for elearning. This has recently been recognised by Apple as a Distinguished Programme.

 

 

Teaching

My interest has been in Medical Education starting with training and senior leadership at a local level: Royal College Tutor and Associate Foundation Programme director at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals. I then became a Training Programme Director at the Northwestern Deanery School of Medicine before talking up my current position at Manchester Medical School. I was th lead for the Manchester iPad project the succes of which was recognised by the award of a Teaching Excellence award in 2014 by the University of Manchester. I still teach within clinical medicine, act as an academic advisor, supervise projects and am an external examiner at Swansea and Aberdeen Universities. I am also involved in the taught postgraduate Masters programme at Manchester as an examiner.