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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Scottish Medical Education Conference 26 - 27 April 2018

8th National Scottish Medical Education Conference - Presentations and Resources

In its 8th year, the National Scottish Medical Education Conference has become a "must attend" event for all those interested in improving and developing medical education in Scotland.

The conference offered a unique opportunity to hear leading professionals addressing the big issues in medical education and looking towards the future of the profession.  The conference took place on Thursday, 26th and Friday, 27th April in the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), a venue which has successfully hosted in previous years.  The venue offers the space and diversity of accommodation to support the extensive range of presentations, workshops, poster displays and facilitated discussions.  The conference in 2018 was the largest held to date and covered a diverse range of topics aimed at a varied audience.


Keynote Speakers:

Sir Muir Gray, Honorary Clinical Researcher, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences/Visiting Professor, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences University of Oxford

Fiona McQueen, Chief Nursing Officer

Paul Gray, Director General, Health and Social Care and Chief Executive of the NHS in Scotland.

Charlie Massey, Chief Executive and Registrar of the General Medical Council

Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer

Cees Van der Vleuten, PhD, Professor of Education at Maastricht University, Department of Educational Development and Research in the Faculty of Health


The full programmes for the events are available here:

Medical Education Programme

Medical Appraisal Programme


The posters presented on the day can be viewed here:

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The Medical Education presentations from the conference are available below:


Somebody should do Something about that ....  - Prof. Fiona McQueen, Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Government


Parallel Session 1

1.   Giving Effective Feedback
2.   The Hidden Professionalism Curriculum
3.   'Realistic' Interprofessional Education (IPE):  Seeing Challenges as Opportunities
4.   Making the most of Multidisciplinary-Team Training - How to organise an excellent Workshop
5.   Now and Next Generation Physicians in 21st Century Careers:  Longevity and Work-Life Balance
6.   Part 1:  Quality in Simulation-Based Education - why it matters?  Part 2: Quality in Simulation   Part 3: Quality in Simulation
7.   Changing the Narrative - Positive Undergraduate General Practice Experiences Matters for all Students


Parallel Session 2

8.   How to integrate Human Factors and Ergonomic Principles in Healthcare Education and Training
9.   Doctors or Super Humans?  Health and Disability in Medicine
10. Differential attainment - How do we ensure Fairness in Training?
11. 'Everything Happens at Once; It's Just Very Hard': Improving Medical Student Feedback through the Development of a Behavioural Marker System for Non-Technical Skills
13. A New Model of Medical Education in Scotland - the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship
15. Development of the Trainee Associate Role in Quality Management & Quality Improvement of Medical Education and Training
16. 'An Inspector Calls' - Whole Hospital Response to Transformation of the Training Environment and Sustaining Improvements in a busy DGH

GMC's Future Strategy - Charlie Massey, Chief Executive & Registrar, GMC


Assessment of Professional Competence - Professor Cees van der Vleuten, Professor of Education and Director of School of Health Professions Education, University of Maastricht


Three Oral Poster Presentations

Does the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) Examination predict performance during higher surgical speciality training?

Migration patterns of UK doctors in training: a national cohort study

Recognising, valuing and supporting clinicians who teach: can we do it better?


Parallel Session 3

18. Introduction to Capabilities in Practice in Surgical Training: How the New Surgical Curriculum's Assessment System will meet the GMC's New Standards
22. A Student Perspective on Achieving Good Medical Practice: Why Honesty and Integrity are Crucial in Medicine
24. Quality Improvement in Core Medical Training: Learning to Make a Difference to Handover
25. Training Pathways - How Doctors Move Through Medical Training


Population Medicine - The New Paradigm - Sir Muir Gray, Honorary Clinical Researcher, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences/Visiting Professor, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford

The "Taking Appraisal Forward presentations are available below:


Somebody should do Something about that ....  - Prof. Fiona McQueen, Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Government


Parallel Session 1

2. Challenging and Tricky Appraisals

Parallel Session 2

4. Persuasion and Negotiation Skills for Appraisers
5. GMC Updates on Appraisal and Revalidation
7. Transactional Analysis in Appraisal


Royal College of Physicians: Public and Patient Involvement - Dr Nick Lewis-Barned, Consultant Physician, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Northumbria Diabetes Service Clinical Lead, RCP London/AoMRC Patient Feedback for Revalidation Project


Parallel Session 3

8. GMC Updates on Appraisal and Revalidation
10.Transactional Analysis in Appraisal
11.Challenging and Tricky Appraisals

 

Population Medicine - The New Paradigm - Sir Muir Gray, Honorary Clinical Researcher, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences/Visiting Professor, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford


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