We held our second Medical Education Conference - Teaching, Learning and Assessing in the Workplace – on 11th June 2012 and the day was a great success. The event was fully booked three weeks in advance of the day and attracted colleagues from central teaching sites, district general hospitals and general practice. Delegates from the GMC, other medical schools, the Deanery and the Institute of education were also present.
The programme for the day can be accessed here. All presentations by our keynote speakers and from the workshops can be accessed below as a resource.
- Prof Sir John Tooke – Teaching, learning and assessing in the workplace
- Prof Janet Grant – Medical Education: an induction into the profession
- Dr Gavin Johnson – Assessment in the workplace
- Dr Deborah Gill and Dr Ann Griffin - You’re not at school now: Exploring participation and learning in medical education
- Prof Karen Mann – Workplace learning
- Prof Norbert Pachler and Dr Christoph Pimmer – Disentangling the dynamics of learning in clinical contexts
- Alex Nesbitt, Freya Baird, Andrew Pitcher and Lyndon James – Enhancing feedback on workplace-based assessments
- Aroon Lal and Anita Berlin – Student assistantships: what’s new
- Deborah Gill – Credentialing your teaching
- Catherine O’Keeffe – Making every moment count: strategies for teaching when time is short
- Benjamin Ruscoe and Laura Empey – What makes a good doctor? Can Situational Judgement Testing deliver a better class of medical professional
- Jonathan Cartledge – Team learning
- Kath Woolf and Jayne Kavanagh – Should medical schools worry about prejudice in students?
- Lorraine Noble – Focus on feedback
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