UCL Medical School


Medical Education Evening Seminar Series

Come along to our seminars on medical education. This annual series of events provides a forum for colleagues to share and learn about current research in medical education. Seminars are FREE to attend and open to all.

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Upcoming 2018-19 Evening Seminars:



  • 27th Sept 2018: Dr Lewis Paton, Research Fellow, University of York
    Differential academic attainment between home and international medical graduates: do the differences really matter?
  • 18th Oct 2018:Prof Chris McManus, Professor of Psychology and Medical Education, UCL & Oliver Devine, MB-PhD student, UCL
    How do medical schools differ in their teaching and does it matter?
  • 27th Nov 2018: Dr John Launer, Author of “Narrative-Based Practice in Health and Social Care” 
    Conversations inviting change: applying narrative medicine to everyday encounters in health care
  • 31st Jan 2019: Dr Paul Tiffin, Reader in Psychometric Epidemiology and NIHR Career Development Fellow, University of York

  • 28th March 2019: Prof Martin Marshall, Managing Director, London Social Enterprise for Health Improvement, UCL

  • 1st May 2019: Dr Antonia Rich, Lecturer in Medical Education, UCL

  • 18th June 2019: Dr Daisy Fancourt, Senior Research Associate, Institute of Epidemiology & Health, UCL
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June 2019

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January 2019

January 2019 Evening Seminar flyer


March 2019

2019 March Seminar flyer

May 2019



    September 2018 

    27th September 2018 Evening Seminar

    October 2018 

    18th October 2018 Evening Seminar

    November 2018

    November evening seminar


    May 2017


    June 2017


    July 2017


    Previous Events:


    4 May 2016: ‘PATIENT AS PAPER’ Depersonalization in medicine The Collaboration of an Artist & an ENT Surgeon


    1 July 2015 - London BEME International Collaborating Centre (BICC) launch. 


    Presentations from 2013-2014 seminars can be found below:


    Presentations from 2012-2013 seminars can be found below:




    Presentations from 2011-2012 seminars can be found below: