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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1 July 2015 - London BEME International Collaborating Centre (BICC) launch.
Presentations from 2013-2014 seminars can be found below:
- Dr Julia Roncoroni - Patient-Centred Culturally Sensitive Healthcare Delivery
- Dr Catherine O'Keeffe - Stigma and Healthcare Professionals Accessing Care
- Dr Melvyn Jones - A systematic review of the literature on the impact of an Intercalated BSc on medical student performance and careers
- Dr Stephen Billet - Integrated practice-based experiences within medical education programs
- Elisa G. Lewis - The mental health and wellbeing of professional students: a comparative study
Presentations from 2012-2013 seminars can be found below:
- Dr Viv Cook - Learning through experience
- Dr Rosie Belcher - "I'm only a student" Medical students' ethical dilemmas
- Dr Scott Rice - Practicing professionalism in an age of digital social networking
Presentations from 2011-2012 seminars can be found below:
- Dr Katherine Woolf - Social Networks
- Dr Anita Berlin - Conceptions of leadership and learning
- Gareth Frith - Mobile learning – supporting students in Workplace-based Practice