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Medical Education Conference 2011
28th June 2011
This FREE event took place on Tuesday 28th June 2011 at the Medical Education Centre, 250 Euston Road, London. Please click the following link to see the conference flyer: Medical Education Conference flyer.
This conference was designed to explore the impact that Tomorrow's Doctors (2009) has had on the UCL MBBS curriculum as well as an opportunity to discuss current developments in the teaching and assessment of medical students at UCL.
The conference consisted of plenaries by both UCL academics and invited speakers and a variety of workshops. Delegates attended one of four workshops in the morning and one of four workshops in the afternoon. The workshops encompassed assessment methods and techniques in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical training as well as curriculum development and learning and achievement in undergraduate medicine.
The conference was followed by a drinks reception in the evening at the Paul O'Gorman cafe.
The programme for the conference can be found here: Medical Education Conference programme. Slides of some of the plenaries can be found below.
- Professor Sir John Tooke - 'Rising to the health challenges of the 21st century: implications for medical education'
- Professor Michael Goldacre - Preparedness for practice - 'Doctors' views in their first year after qualification'
- Dr Deborah Gill - An undergraduate education for contemporary practice
- Professor Jane Dacre - Tomorrow’s Doctor: scholar, practitioner and professional
- Professor Chris McManus - Selecting tomorrow’s doctors – “‘An objective evaluation of student selection’ has the time yet come?"
- Edward Briffa - The future of professional development
There were four workshops in both the morning and afternoon of the conference which ran in parallel. Further information about the content of the workshops can be found by clicking the following link: Medical Education Conference Workshops
|Workshop facilitator||Workshop title|
|Dr Gil Myers - Clinical Teaching Fellow||The basic rules for writing Single Best Answer (SBA) questions - an item writing workshop|
Dr Aroon Lal - Sub Dean (DGH Liaison)
Dr Anita Berlin - Sub-Dean (Phase 3)
|Dr Alison Sturrock - Sub Dean (Assessments)||Fitness to practice|
|Ben Hancock and Nikki Pope - Pearson Vue||Innovations in Computer Based Testing techniques for the medical sector|
|Workshop facilitator||Workshop title|
|Dr Pasquale Berlingieri - Clinical Research Fellow||Screen-Based Simulation initiative: how to successfully engage medical students|
|Dr Gavin Johnson - Clinical Teaching Fellow||Workplace based assessments|
|Dr Kath Woolf - Lecturer in Medical Education||Ethnicity and exam performance in medicine (mini-plenary)|
|Dr Deborah Gill - Sub Dean (Curriculum Implementation and Development)||Medical Curricula: designing and maintaining a curriculum|