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  1. Medical School Staff Meeting Professor Steve Thornton, Dean. July 2 2014

  2. Mission statement To improve Health in the South West and beyond • Prevention • Treatment • World Class Research • Top quality Education (Scientists, Doctors, Radiographers) Changing Healthcare environment -Financial -Realising Opportunity

  3. Mission statement To improve Health in the South West and beyond. • Prevention • Treatment • World Class Research • Top quality Education (Scientists, Doctors, Radiographers) Changing Healthcare environment -Financial -Realising Opportunity

  4. Current Position Top 10 University, Russell Group REF NSS Tariff Students prepared for practice Major investment -RILD -College House -South Cloisters -Hatherly Contribution targets (Students, Prof services) External pressures (Sift, Private Schools) Quality and Growth

  5. Growth Research staff growth • 2009: 74 (research), 31 (E&R) • 2012: 130 (research), 57 (E&R) • 2014: 153  (research), 67 (E&R) Key Appointments Profs J McEwan, R McCabe, A Crosby, J Valderas Expanding research: • Research concentration • Grow 4 themes • Precision Medicine Exeter (PMEx) • Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx) • EU funding for eHealth and Wellbeing (Truro)

  6. Education: BMBS Medicine • High-quality graduates: • GMC accreditation • Numbers • International cap • Private medical school developments

  7. Expanding education provision BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences Five new streams for 2015/16 Medical Imaging • 180 students across three years • Governance transfers in 2014/15, • physical move 2015/16 Postgraduate • New Courses • Leadership • PDIG

  8. Additional Considerations • Partnerships • International • League tables • Fundraising

  9. RILD launch success • More than 180 VIP guests attended • Included influential supporters and funders • Excellent feedback – impressed with research and training activities • Huge thanks to everyone who helped make it a success

  10. Health and Medical Research Showcase • More than 150 projects showcased • Partners including RD&E, Met Office, AHSN • Presentations including Prof ChemaValderas • Prizes: Ines Castro • Specially commended: - Philip Waters (In Search of the Giant's Underpants) - Giles Cory (Making the Message Stick)

  11. PhD student achievements PhD student showcase in Torquay in April, 68 presentations • First prize : Myles-Jay Linton • Other prizes: - Holly Hardy - Jaison Kolenchery - Oliver Old • Joana Viana

  12. Ethiopia connection

  13. Professor Jean McEwan Vice Dean Education

  14. Graduation • PCMD graduation hosted in Plymouth this year, on July 18 • All Medicine students have jobs. 10% awarded distinction or merit • Medical Sciences graduation will take place at Streatham on July 14 • Nearly 90% of Medical Sciences graduates awarded a 2:1 and 1st

  15. University rankings Guardian University Guide 2015 • Exeter maintains12th place overall • Medicine: Exeter 8th/31 • Biosciences (including Medical Sciences) – 6th/99 • Medical Imaging – 1st among MI courses (2nd/68 in Health Professions table) Complete University Guide 2015 • Exeter maintains 10th place overall • Medicine: Exeter 27th/31 • Medical Sciences – not included • Medical Imaging – 2nd/29 Times Good University Guide and QS World Rankings due out in September and the Times Higher World Rankings in October

  16. Medicine: 8th/31

  17. Admissions • UG applications up by 18.9% (not including MI) • BMBS by 15.9% • Medical Sciences by 30.9% • PG applications up by 203% • BMBS: 13.5 applications for every place

  18. International Medical University • International Medical University (IMU) of Malaysia • Founded 1992 • Malaysian programme • International Programme • >30 university partners in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, US, Ireland, China and UK, including Warwick, Liverpool and Nottingham • Students spend five semesters at IMU before transferring to Exeter for years three to five of the Medicine programme • High quality, well-prepared students • Thanks to Jude Segerlund and Jim Myton for helping organise recent visit from IMU Executive, including their President

  19. Medical Imaging • Welcome to Medical Imaging staff! • Governance will transfer to the Medical School in August • Physical move will take place from 2015 (into South Cloisters) • Medical Imaging Guardian Rankings • 1st among MI courses (2nd/68 in Health Professions table)

  20. New course update • BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences pathways • Environment and Human Health • Genetics/Genomics • Health Research: Clinical Trials Management • Neuroscience • Pharmacology • Admissions increase to 180 in 2015 • MSc Applied Health Services Research • Thanks to Peta Foxall and Dave Richards • Admissions from September 2014

  21. Programme Development and Implementation Group ( PDIG) • Remit: • To receive proposals for UEMS education, training and CPD opportunities • To consider those worth taking further • Heuristic • Scoping ( thanks to Peter Frier and Lara Whiteman) • To examine feasibility • The market, both UK or international • the competition • the alignment • The added value • New ideas wanted!!

  22. 100 days Everybody teaches, Everybody learns. Motivation? Personal development Mastery Recognition

  23. Chris Lindsay College Manager

  24. South Cloisters progress • Work now well under way • Major refurbishment of Giraffe House to create student study space • New storey to be added to support researchcapacity building • Four-storey extension, to include: • New teaching and learning space • New home for Medical Imaging • Completion: Spring 2015 • Some noise inevitable, but working hard to minimise disruption

  25. Professional Services Awards Shortlist with Medical School connections: Outstanding Partnership Working Athena SWAN RKT Knowledge Exchange Team/Emma Bland/ECEHH/ESI teams in Cornwall Outstanding Customer Service UEMS Finance Team Outstanding Project of the Year REF 2014 Submission Team Chief Operating Officer’s Award UEMS Project

  26. University Professional Services Professional Services Review • Key projects: • New models of working: Penryn and St Luke’s campuses • Technical Services Review • IT Services Review • Doctoral Training Centres • Future Finance • External Relations/ERICA teams

  27. University Professional Services • Professional Services Management Group – Development WorkshopHeld on 11/12 June 2014; final session: 8 July 2014 • Looking at management and organisation structures going forward • Context: services that are cost effective and high quality in a much more challenging financial environment • £10M of savings sought within PS as part of creation of £25M headroom investment - required over next 5 years for Exeter to remain competitive