ASME Award Small Feb21

ASME would like to congratulate this year’s successful applicants of The Clinical Teacher’s New Voices in Health Professions Education programme. Please read below some words from our winners on what the award means to them and their careers.

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Vikesh Bahadoor, Royal Lancaster Infirmary / WPMN 

I am delighted to be a recipient of the New Voices in Health Professions Education Award and for the opportunity to develop my knowledge and research skills in peer review and critical analysis. I hope to use this opportunity as a stepping stone for improving the quality of my work in widening participation, equality, diversity, inclusivity and medical education. @vikesh_bahadoor


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Akhilesh Kumar P H, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur

I am extremely elated to be part of the TCT New Voices award programme 2022, because of my long-standing ambition to work in medical education and also for being recognised among the international community and to get to know the best in the field. @AkhileshKumarPH


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Zaha Kamran Siddiqui, Academic Unit of Medical Education, Sheffield University 

I am delighted to receive the New Voices in Health Professions Education Award this year. As a foundation doctor stepping into her early years as an educator, I am very excited to learn from experienced peer reviewers and develop a deeper understanding of clinical education research from a wholly different perspective. I hope to pursue a career in surgery combined with clinical education and aspire to continue the cycle of learning by teaching others these important research skills.


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Dr Ainsley Richards, Princes of Wales Hospital

I am delighted to have been accepted onto the Clinical Teacher’s New Voices in Health Professions Education programme. Inspirational Teachers and Clinical Supervisors have provided me with a solid foundation of knowledge which I have been able to transfer into clinical practice. I am excited to share my experiences and learn from others in the programme to develop my pedagogical skills to teach medical students in this dynamic profession.  @AinsleyKRichard



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