Welcome to the Leicester-Gondar Link Collaborative Teaching Programme. We aim to work closely with teams in Leicester and Gondar to develop teaching resources for use by medical staff, nursing staff and students in both cities. Below is a podcast explaining how the project came about and an overview of what is available on the site.
We have a series of podcasts and case studies exploring important medical topics with material being organised by speciality. Podcasts are delivered in either our ‘In 10 slides’ or ‘In 5 minutes’ format. In addition there are image libraries and help with diagnostic tests and clinical skills.
Following feedback that some videos have been difficult to stream in Gondar we have added some lower resolution versions of our Basic Life Support and the Cardiovascular and Abdominal examination presentations. We would appreciate it if you were able to try these and let us know if they are easier to stream by using the poll below.
**Survey Released** We are very keen to get feedback on your experiences of using the CTP website. What do you like? what can we make better? what topics to you want us to cover in the future? To help us improve the site we would be greatful if you could complete our survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TBNPPMY
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All of our podcasts can be downloaded. To do this, play the podcast and click on the share icon in the top left corner of the video. This will produce a drop-down menu, and you can select the resolution you wish to download in.
If you are interested in providing material for the site please follow the link below:
We have a Twitter stream and Facebook page, and you can follow us with the links at the side of this page or find us on Twitter @LeiGondarCTP
We also have a Scoop.it page that can be found at http://www.scoop.it/u/leicester-gondar-ctp This acts as a library for web based resources. A link to this can be found at the side of this page. If you find material you find useful, send us the link!