UCL Medical School


Our Events

Find out more about the UCL Medical School events including our free seminars on medical education.

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UCL Medical School’s 7th TiME Conference 

The 7th Transformations in Medical Education (TiME) Conference, ‘Medical Education Needs You!’ took place on 22 April 2022. This full day conference was a great opportunity to network with like-minded healthcare professionals to explore emerging pedagogical concepts surrounding our theme: Diversity and Development.  The day included a mixture of keynotes, workshops and a panel of medical educators to discuss their career paths. 

Previous TiME Conferences:

2017                    6th TiME Conference:  Teaching and Training in Medicine’s Current Climate 
2016                    5th TiME Conference:  Is Medical Education the New Specialty? 
2014                    4th TiME Conference:  Innovations in Medical Education 
2013                    3rd TiME Conference:  Transitions in Medical Education and Training 
2012 (Oct)           2nd TiME Conference:  Developing your career in Medical Education 
2012 (April)         1st TiME Conference:  New Ideas in Medical Education

Faculty of Medical Sciences Lecture Series

Introducing the new UCL Medical Sciences Lecture Series, designed to inspire you with the fascinating world of medical science. 

UCLMS Medical Education Evening Seminars

Our seminar series offers an accessible range of topics and is open to any healthcare professional, academic or student interested in medical education.

To be kept updated by email on all future Medical School events please email uclmsevents-subscribe@ucl.ac.uk

Past Events

2019-20 Evening Seminars:

  • 26th Sept 2019: Personality assessment in healthcare
    Lyn Dale, Assessment Psychologist and Senior Assessment Manager for the Cambridge Personal Styles Questionnaire (CPSQ)
  • 21st Nov 2019: Doctors psychosocial working conditions
    Dr Kevin Teoh, Lecturer in Organizational Psychology, Birkbeck
  • 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