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 2019-20 Evening Seminars:
- 26th Sept 2019: Lyn Dale, Assessment Psychologist and Senior Assessment Manager for the Cambridge Personal Styles Questionnaire (CPSQ)
Personality assessment in healthcare
- 21st Nov 2019: Dr Kevin Teoh, Lecturer in Organizational Psychology, Birkbeck
Doctors psychosocial working conditions
- 30th Jan 2020: High jumps and hurdles: Getting into medical school. Dr David Harrison, Research Fellow, Research Department of Medical Education
- 26th Mar 2020: The adventure of affect: coping and learning with the uncertainty of clinical practice. Arunthathi Mahendran, senior lecturer and transplant surgeon at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry Book tickets for this event
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