Tuesday, 10 May 2011

New Post

I'm very pleased to announce that I have been offered a part-time secondment within Cardiff University School of Medicine to look at how we can make best use of technology to support learning throughout the undergraduate medical course.

I go into this post having learned so much from my personal learning network. In the next few years I hope to keep learning and sharing with you.



  1. Congratulations. Keep blogging :-)

  2. We're currently developing online interactive training programmes for in-practice & trainee GPs on the subject of early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. We are doing this alongside the RCGPs. It would be interesting to share thoughts/ideas about using all technologies to educate & inform about this often neglected disease.

    Ali Stunt
    Founder & CEO Pancreatic Cancer Action
    Reg charity 1137689

  3. Hi Alan,

    I have every intention to keep on blogging!

    And hello Ali,

    Working with patient organisation and the voluntary sector is something we will be very interested in. I shall be in contact in the next few weeks.

    Anne Marie

  4. Congratulations! I know you have some innovative ideas, and I am really looking forward to hearing more about your progress. @paulbrichardson

  5. Congratulations - looking forward to seeing what you all come up with !

  6. Hi Anne Marie

    What an interesting and worthwhile role. I'm interested to see how the debate progresses and if I might help the discussion develop. During the last 2 years as Managing Director of onExamination (part of BMJ Learning)I lead a team working with Cardiff University on the Diabetes Diploma (an online distance Postgrad course) and also with the Welsh Deanery on a needs assessment tool for SASG doctors. So I hope I can help....and look forward with interest to the conversation.
    Best Wishes

    Nicola Rylett

  7. Thank you! I will definitely be in touch.

  8. Anne Marie

    I have found the posts and thanks for all your twitter prompting.

    Congrats on the new role, and here in Edinburgh I'm involved with person-centred medical systems e.g. Patients Know Best and Cloud4Health and also with Mydex CIC, who empower individuals on the web with personal data stores



  9. @Elizabeth Kitsis17 July 2012 at 02:43

    Anne Marie

    Congratulations on your new role! We at Einstein in NYC are integrating social media into our curriculum in a manner than maintains medical professionalism, and promotes patient welfare. I will continue to read your posts with great interest.

    Elizabeth Kitsis @elizabethkitsis


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