Dr Kay Leedham-Green - Medical Education Research Fellow (Imperial College London)
Assistant Professor Lorainne Tudor Car - Assistant Professor of evidence-based medicine (LKCMedicine)
What will the future of medical education look like? What are some of the major challenges health professionals of tomorrow will face? How can we equip our learners with the necessary competencies to both address these challenges and thrive? In keeping with the overall conference vision we are keen to promote truly transformative learning within the Evidence-Based Education theme.
We are thrilled to welcome delegates from all over the world and from different backgrounds who will be presenting on both current practices and the future of medical education in a variety of contexts.
The theme kicks off with a symposium on Future Healthcare hosted by Anthony Costello featuring Jen Cleland, SanYu May Tun, Elizabeth Rider and David Cook. Our stellar panel will work to convince our audience and student/patient representatives on an evidence-based vision for addressing workforce challenges, sustainable healthcare, compassionate resilience, and rising care complexity.
Our theme offers four relevant and exciting workshops focusing on transitions into and within medical careers, evidence-based pedagogies and myths, medical education for tomorrow’s healthcare, and the use of novel educational tools.
The oral presentation sessions address important aspects of medical education with criticality and creativity. These have been grouped into student development and experience, curricular and organisational transformation, skills-based education and preparedness for practice.
Our poster sessions focus on diverse and exciting topics ranging from different features of the medical curriculum, effective workshop facilitation, peer-assisted teaching to students’ wellbeing and personal development.
We look forward to welcoming you to london in 2021! Contact US