The 21st annual Pilkington Prizes, which honours excellence in teaching across the collegiate University, were held at Downing College this year. The Clinical School winners and excerpts from their citations, are given below.
Dr Sally Quilligan | University Lecturer in Clinical Communication, School of Clinical Medicine
Sally Quilligan is an outstanding medical educator; committed, conscientious and enthusiastic, always treating the students with respect, paying attention to their views and helping each student develop their potential as effective clinical communicators. Student feedback regularly includes statements such as “she really cares about what we are saying”, “she takes everything we say seriously”, “her feedback is relevant and helpful” and “she is the best facilitator I have had”.
Dr Jeremy Webb | Academic Lead for Staff Development, School of Clinical Medicine
Jeremy Webb successfully combines his clinical career as Principal in a busy General Practice in Newmarket with an important educational role at Cambridge for medical students and educators. He is an invaluable member of the Clinical School’s education team. A founder member of the Graduate Entry Programme, he brought his passionate belief that medical students should be taught more often by general practitioners into the development of the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine (CGC) programme. Jeremy has in particular supported students in difficulty, both with pastoral guidance and remedial clinical teaching.
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