About the Awards
Clinical teachers play a pivotal role in the medical workforce; driving innovation, educating our future doctors, and providing clinical leadership and expertise to ensure high-quality care to patients across the health service.
BMA Cymru Wales, with BMJ, established the Clinical Teacher of the Year awards in 2011 to recognise the critical importance of clinical teaching in hospitals and the community, and to celebrate the excellent teaching standards in Wales.
The awards are hosted by the medical/clinical schools at Cardiff and Swansea, as well as the HEIW, with the evening culminating in the overall Clinical Teacher of the Year Award chosen from the winners of the individual institutions’ awards.
See who won
The winners of the 2019 Clinical Teacher of the Year Awards were revealed at an event at the Exchange Hotel on 2 April 2019. The nominations were of an exceptional standard and were selected by a prestigious panel of judges. And the winners are…
Clinical Teacher of the Year Award
Rising Star Award
Teaching and Learning Innovation Award
Outstanding Achievement Award
The Sherman Fund Award
Read the press release
A panel of judges selected by BMA Cymru Wales and BMJ assess the nominees for each of the award categories and choose the winners. The panel may decide to make no award where, in their opinion, it is appropriate to do so.
The 2019 judges were:
Professor Ian Curran
Dr Sally Davies
Professor Andrew Finlay
Professor Dame Parveen Kumar
- Cardiff University Medical School
- Swansea University Medical School
Up to three nominees from each of the institutions' internal processes will go through to the Clinical Teacher of the Year shortlist.
Up to two nominees from each institution will go through to the Rising Star, and Teaching and Learning Innovation shortlist, while one nominee from each will be admitted to the Outstanding Achievement shortlist.
Previous awards galleries
Experience previous clinical teacher awards ceremonies with our galleries from 2012 - 2019.
View the Flickr galleries
For further information, contact BMA Cymru Wales Media and Public Affairs Department.
Tel: 029 2047 4646
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