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Mehrunisha Suleman, with colleagues Isaac Jarratt Barnham and David McCartney, has received a Project Award as part of the Medical Sciences Division 2022 Teaching Excellence Awards.

Project Awards provide financial support to individuals and teams wishing to undertake a discrete project to enhance students’ education and to address other educational priorities.

Mehrunisha and colleagues have received the award to support the provision of peer-led essay workshops to enhance graduate-entry ethics teaching. It aims to support students through providing more experience of humanities-style essay writing skills and essay marking criteria.

Find out more about Ethox teaching and learning programmes.