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The prize is awarded annually to the participants who gain the highest mark for their teaching portfolio.

The prize is awarded by the University of Oxford's Centre for Teaching and Learning. Its full title is the Portfolio Prize for the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2019-20 (PGCert TLHE).

The Centre for Teaching and Learning said:
"Sally's portfolio submission, which included Panopto recordings, was an outstanding piece of work in which Sally presented detailed, scholarly analyses of various developments in medical education. In particular, the focus on articulating inclusive teaching practice in support of student diversity was exemplary. Sally is an Education Fellow at OxSTaR and Anaesthetic Registrar at OUH. Her areas of teaching focus on the use of virtual reality simulation in medical decision-making for medical students, multi-professional team training on airway emergencies and the use of appreciative inquiry in patient and staff safety."

Two others were also awarded the prize: Dr Katy Clough and Dr Emily X. X. Tan