Peer teachers in practice

PiPs is a voluntary community funded by Health Education England in the North West. It aims to give a voice to early career healthcare educators by providing a platform to share their ideas, projects and beyond.

Here you will find various resources from the last 6 years including evaluation, planning and much more from the team.



PiPs was set up with the intent of supporting early career educators to meet, share, discuss and learn together in the spirit of community. Advocating for peer assisted learning as a vehicle we have been supporting PAL projects since 2017.

The showcase

PiPs has been offering conference opportunities for early career educators to share their teaching projects since 2018. Read about the 2022 showcase here:


Medical Education leadership


Lead for PiPs 2020-21


Lead for PiPs 21-22



PiPs Head gardener 2018 onwards

PiPs is a place to learn leadership skills

We have a strong history of supporting early career educators to grow in their ideas and experience of education leadership. We value compassion, inclusion, community and curiosity.

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More from PiPs history…

Our online 2020 conference “Medagogy

A snapshot into the showcase


Since it was started in 2017 PiPs has been involved in gathering knowledge and data around educational leadership, peer teaching and foundation doctor practice.


PAL in the NW


This resource, WBYHT was created to support this community. It was built with the aim of providing accounts, information and links to support learning. It was also built with the aspiration that early careers educators working with PiPs might use it to develop their communication and leadership skills



PiPs has always been dedicated to supporting early career educators. As well as providing a platform for sharing of projects and ideas we have given numerous people and teams help with project and professional development

Bethans project

Thank you

We have had the pleasure and privelege to know many wonderful and inspiring educators over the years. 

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