Symposium 1 - Assessment - Current and Future Trends Chairperson: Prof Adrian Freeman Venue: Level 5, Seminar Room 5-1
A group of international speakers will consider some of the challenging areas to assess in medical education and propose innovative approaches. A respected group of panellists will help to lead the discussion around these topics.
Presenters: Prof Adrian Freeman - University of Exeter Medical School, United Kingdom A/Prof Tham Kum Ying - Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Dr Amir Sam – Imperial College London Dr Joanne Harris - Imperial College London Asst. Prof Jerome Rotgans - Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Prof Henk Schmidt, Erasmus University, Netherlands Dr Claire Ann Canning, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore A/Prof Nigel Tan, SingHealth, Singapore
Short Communication 1: Immersive learning in medical education Chairperson : A/Prof Nabil Zary Venue: Level 7, Seminar Room 7-1
SC1-1: Dynamicanatomy, an immersive and interactive hololens application to learn anatomy from your own Dr Beerend Hierck Leiden University Medical Center
SC1-2: Clinical instructors’ perceptions of virtual reality in health professionals’ cardiopulmonary resuscitation education Ms Marie Ann Mae En Wong Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SC1-3: See-through visualisation for learning and teaching of digital rectal examinations – an evaluation study Prof Fernando Bello Imperial College London
SC1-4: Trends of the past 20 years of research on serious games in medical education Dr Eleni Bazakidi Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SC1-5: Designing a virtual reality simulator for total hip replacement Mr Kartik Logishetty Imperial College London
SC1-6: Augmented reality (AR) for the intra-operative visualisation of anatomy and tumour regression in rectal cancer using the hololens platform Mr James Kinross Imperial College London
Short Communication 2: Wellbeing and transitions Chairperson: Dr Tanya Tierney Venue: Level 7, Seminar Room 7-2
SC2-1: What ethical dilemmas in clinical clerkships cause moral distress in medical students? Dr Julie Chen The University of Hong Kong
SC2-2: Survival in the workplace- enhancing the wellbeing of doctors Dr Shreena Shah West Middlesex University Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust
SC2-3: Improving student transition to clinical settings using a clinical classroom format Dr Bronwen Dalziel Western Sydney University
SC2-4: The role of the peer group in medical student transition from classroom to clinical learning environment Dr Lucy Rosby Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SC2-5: The challenges of transition from school to medical school for students from underrepresented groups Dr Kevin Murphy Imperial College London SC2-6: Preparedness for practice of final-year medical students: survey data findings Mr Aloysius Chow Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
Workshop 1 - Co-creating innovative solutions for health Venue: Level 20, Flexi-Space @ Library
Summary CRISH is an original, free EIT Health funded, two-day course that brings together key healthcare stakeholders, including researchers, medical students, clinicians, patients and informal caregivers, to learn to engage, co-create and co-design provision of services, bench-to-bedside research projects and innovative healthcare projects. Attendees gain insight into working with stakeholders with whom they would not normally collaborate and learn how to apply new knowledge and skills including patient experience, responsible research and innovation (RRI) , Patient and Public Involvement (PPI), and co-design.
What will our workshop do? Working in multidisciplinary teams, which will include at least one patient or member of the public, participants will engage in aspects of the original CRISH course, including:
Reciprocity and power - an exercise emphasizing sharing of power, ‘de-robing’ of roles etc
Basic theory of co-creation – explanation of the change in paradigm in healthcare to open up science and technology to the general public. Examples of inspiring co- creation case studies in service provision, research and innovation.
Stakeholder mapping and needs assessment – a worked example of a stakeholder mapping exercise to inform a needs assessment.
Participatory methodologies – an exercise where participants identify relevant methodologies to utilise with example case studies.
Workshop participants will leave with:
A basic understanding of the theoretical perspectives that underlie co-creation in service provision, research and innovation
The ability to undertake a stakeholder mapping exercise and needs assessment
Familiarity with practical participatory methodologies used in various situations
The confidence to work with members of the public and a desire to implement co-creation into medical curriculums
Facilitators: Prof Helen Ward, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Mr Gideon Shimshon, Imperial College London, United Kingom Prof Helen Smith, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Ms Maria Piggin, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Mr William Kendall, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Mrs Lidia Puerta, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
Workshop 2: A practical guide to implementing TBL on a large scale Venue: Level 7, Anatomy Learning Centre
Summary LKCMedicine has gained increasing attention from schools around the region and beyond for its innovative MBBS programme since its inception 5 years ago. With this, there has been keen interest in understanding Team-based Learning (TBL), the anchor pedagogy used for the pre-clinical phase of the teaching of undergraduate medical curriculum.
This Team-based Learning workshop will introduce the participants to the essential elements of TBL and the pedagogical principles underpinning it. From designing effective team application exercises to the facilitation of a TBL class, participants will learn how to use TBL to create an effective learning experience.
This workshop covers the following topics- Introduction to Team-based Learning, Team Application Exercise Writing and Questioning to Facilitate Deep Inquiry.
At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:
Explain what is TBL and identify the key elements within it.
Examine how the design of TBL has incorporated principles of effective teaching and learning.
Explain the 4S criteria in writing good team AEs.
Apply the 4S criteria in the evaluation of team AE and suggest possible improvement.
Differentiate the levels of inquiry.
Identify the types of questions that map unto different levels of inquiry.
Effectively engage students in open-ended discussions, investigations, and reflections
Facilitators: Dr Preman Rajalingam, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Ms Jessica Ang, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
Parallel session 2: 4.00pm - 5.30pm
Short Communication 3
Short Communication 4
Symposium 2: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Education Chairperson: A/Prof Nabil Zary Venue: Level 5, Seminar Room 5-1
SYM2-1: Current applications and challenges of implementing artificial intelligence in medical education Mr Chan Kai Sang Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SYM2-2: Rethinking teacher – student interaction through AI enabled feedback and grading Mr Gideon Shimshon Imperial College London
SYM2-3: Artificial intelligence and learning design: technical and pedagogical opportunities Prof James Dalziel University of Divinity, Australia SYM2-4: Review of technologies for automated analysis of co-located, real-life, physical learning environments Ms Chua Yi Han Victoria Nanyang Technological University, Singapore SYM2-5: Higher education in the era of the 4th industrial revolution Dr Nancy Gleason Yale-NUS College
SYM2-6: Rise of artificial intelligence in and its implications on educational systems and practices Mr Paul Gagnon Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SYM2-7: Medical artificial intelligence Dr Melvin Chen National Technological University, Singapore
Short Communication 3: Medical Humanities Chairperson: Asst Prof Michael Stanley-Baker Venue: Level 7, Seminar Room 7-1
SC3-1: Developing public engagement through the medical humanities: a case study of literature & medicine Asst. Prof Graham Matthews Nanyang Technological University
SC3-2: Thinking outside the box for health and healthcare: clinical learning through humanities-based approaches Dr Kathleen Leedham-Green King's College London
SC3-3: Attitudes to gratitude: learning from positive feedback Ms Giskin Day Imperial College London
SC3-4: Twelve tips for using humanities in medical education Dr Kathleen Leedham-Green Imperial College London
SC3-5: Establishing specific and assessable Learning outcomes for MBBS medical humanities teaching Dr Lucinda Richards Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SC3-6: Writing the end: qualitative experience of time in end-of-life memoirs Asst. Prof Michelle Chiang Nanyang Technological University
Short Communication 4: Fostering communication and professionalism Chairperson: Asst. Prof Lorainne Tudor-Car Venue: Level 7, Seminar Room 7-2
SC4-1: Navigating between empathy and knowledge transfer: Preparing medical students for the task of ‘updating’ in clinical communication Prof Luke Kang Kwong Nanyang Technological University
SC4-2: Pitching language barrier in "little shared language" interactions with simulated patients Dr Tanya Tierney Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU
SC4-3: Failure to detect low-level unprofessionalism in undergraduate medical students and how to effect a change in practice Dr Joanne Harris Imperial College London
SC4-4: Exploring the role of the medical student in the clinical setting Mr Andy Cheng Imperial College London
SC4-5: Holistic learning in early clinical exposure: a qualitative Analysis of Reflective Writings Mr Melvin Lim Nanyang Technological University
SC4-6: TriGenerational homecare: evaluating a longitudinal student-initiated homecare programme on secondary school student participants’ ageist attitudes Mr Tan Wei Ern Jonathan Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore
Workshop 3 - Curriculum Mapping - Why and How Venue: Level 20, Flexi-Space @ Library
Summary Medical schools must publish what they teach and that this aligns to national standards. However, a mix of instructional, science-based teaching and experiential, skills-based learning can hinder proper integration of a medical curriculum. Breaking down the curriculum into appropriately granular units of learning, a curriculum map can be used to identify and reduce gaps and redundancies, and promote and strengthen internal coherence of a medical curriculum.
Facilitators: Mrs Rebekah Fletcher, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Dr Redante Mendoza, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
Workshop 4: Coaching students to success: growth mindset, study skills and wellbeing Venue: Level 7, Anatomy Learning Centre
Summary Medical students at Imperial College frequently use passive study methods that are not appropriate for higher education. This impacts academic performance and wellbeing. In this workshop we shall share thoughts and experiences relating to the mindset of our students, contrast appropriate and poor study skills approaches and consider coaching as a method for changing the learning behaviour of our students. Facilitators: Dr Mike Emerson, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Prof Sue Smith, Imperial College London, United Kingdom