Full Programme

The Future of Medical Education Conference 2015
Day 1 Programme - Wednesday, 03 June 2015
#MADEinHENE
9:00
Registration & Refreshments
9:20
Welcome & Introduction
9:30
10:10
Miss Suzie Jackson
The importance of human factors
Grandstand 1
Grandstand 4
Classic 3
Mr Liam Horgan
A surgical training
program and
technology in
Kilimanjaro
Dr Joanna Matthan
and Dr Iain Keenan
Investigating Social Media
as a learning and teaching
tool: A pilot scheme
Dr Nadia Stock and Dr
Gemma Prrobert
Non-invasive ventilation for
dummies (using simulation
to improve standards of
care)
Dr Sandip Talukdar
Psychiatry and
cinemaeduction:
experiences from a local
initiative
10:35
11:00
Dr Jon Scott
Quantum mechanics in
foundation programme
Mr Phil McElnay
t-log.co.uk: an electronic
teaching log for recording
teaching episodes,
collecting feedback and
producing portfolio
evidence
Refreshment break
Mr Stuart Maitland
Use and engagement of an
undergraduate student-led
Wiki
Dr Howell Jones
Can junior doctors change
the world? The importance
of FY1-led quality
improvement projects in
the foundation programme
curriculum
11:20
12:50
13:50
15:20
15:40
Mr Glen Mead
The Chimp Paradox
Miss Lois Haruna
Bullying in the foundation
years: why it's better to
prepare and prevent, than
to repair and repent
Mrs Annalisa Manca, Mrs
Natalie Lafferty and Dr
Ellie Hothersall
Twitter: medical education
in 140 character? You
cannot be serious!
Lunch
Mr Glen Mead
The Chimp Paradox
Mr Tony Woods
It's a gift! Through the
lens 'frank feedback',
delegates will begin to see
feedback as a unique,
valuable and personal gift
that delivers game
changing insights
objectively, sensitively with
crystal clarity
Professor Janet Grant
Medical Education in
the Era of Competence
Dr Richard Thomson
and Dr Jane Stewart
An educator-in-residence
in a busy district general
hospital? Not such a crazy
idea after all
Mrs Annalisa Manca, Mrs
Natalie Lafferty and Dr
Ellie Hothersall
Live dissection of a Twitterbased educational activity participants will become
familiar with social
learning theory and the
self-efficacy concept, which
will inform their education
activity design
Refreshment Break
Dr Mark Garside
Mini-GEMs' - short
focused, e-learning videos
in geriatric medicine
Dr Elsa Randles
Teaching shared decision
making: an integrated
approach to the
development of clinical
communication skills for
doctor-patient partnership
Dr Jerome McCann
Time TO ACTUP
Dr Jonathan Guckian
#SixSecondStudying: The
use of the 'Vine'
application as a tool in
medical education
16:40
Close
The Future of Medical Education 2015
Day 2 Programme - Thursday, 04 June 2015
#MADEinHENE
9:00
Registration & Refreshments
9:20
Welcome & Introduction
9:30
Mr Jon Hanson
After Francis
Grandstand
1
10:10
Miss Milena
Vannahme, Dr
Michael J Fox
and Dr Leena
Patel
Murder
Mystery
- a new tool to
teach
root cause
analysis
Grandstand
4
Miss Carmen
Soto
Maybe it’s
Mentoring?
Dr Jamie Wilson
Safer times - a
magazine for
junior doctors by
junior doctors
Holly Morgan
Emergency
medicine: big
problem simple
solution
Classic
3
Miss Emilia
Kehoe
Aiding the
transition of
overseas doctors
to UK practice: a
realist
evaluation
Dr Sidney Parker
Medics2Mongoli
a; innovative
elective
placement and
English teaching
project
Dr Alexander
Self
Radiological
simulation
training:
a regional
approach
Classic
4
Classic
2
Dr Vinay
Dr Debbie
Varadarajan
Cohen
Stress Management Professionalism
of not?
Dr Sandra Collins
Developing junior
doctors' teaching
programmes to
promote an
enhance teaching
and learning in the
clinical
environment
Dr Sandra Collins
You have been
called to a hearing
with the
(simulated) GMC
panel… May we
hear your case?
11:10
Refreshment Break
11:30
Dr Paul Bernard
An
introduction to
mindfulness
13:00
14:00
14:40
15:00
16:30
16:50
Ms Abi Gemmell
with Interact
Roleplayers
Recognising and
responding to
trainees in
difficulty - a forum
theatre that
explores the
communication
difficulties faced by
a trainee and
his/her education
supervisor
Mrs Cath Brown
and Miss Kitty
Haylock
Building your
resilience
Mr Aidan
Kearney
The Chimp
Paradox
Dr Jonathan
McFarland
Facilitating
medical English
for non-British
doctors: my
experiences of
clinical sessions
in English
Lunch
Dr Kate Granger
My journey with #HelloMyNameIs
Refreshment break
Ms Jennifer
Napier
Thrive or Dive The Game
Ms Abi Gemmell
with Interact
Roleplayers
Recognising and
responding to
trainees in
difficulty - a forum
theatre that
explores the
communication
difficulties faced by
a trainee and
his/her education
supervisor
Trainees with
Difficulty
Mrs Alison
Wheatly
and Mr Mike
Walker
Using coaching to
achieve a positive
impact with both
colleagues and
patients
Mr Aidan
Kearney
The Chimp
Paradox
Reflection on day and plenary
Close
Professor
Deborah Gill
Becoming
Doctors: The
formation of
professional
identity in
newly qualified
doctors
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