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26 Mar 2015
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Registration online is now closed. However if you would still like to attend this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical educators and members of BERA are invited to register for this event.
• To establish and explore links between BERA and medical education, specifically in relation to practitioner research
• To showcase examples of practitioner research within medical education
09.30-09.45 Registration – coffee/tea
09.50-10.15 Keynote Lecture: Medical Education; where are we now and where should we be going; Professor Tim Dornan
10.15-10.35 What can medical education learn from the arts?; Dr Marie Christine Haack; Dr Emily Akufo-Tetteh
10.35-10.35 Organising Subjectivity; using the arts to develop medical educators’ assessment skills; Jonathan Lake, Louise Jackson, Claire Hardman
10.55-11.15 The nature of reflection as demonstrated by healthcare science students as they enter clinical practice; Jackie Laverty
11.35-1155 Enhance your style; the use of peer feedback to improve teaching; Dr E Akufo-Tetteh, Dr MC Haack, Dr Y Kasolo
11.55-12.15 The academic foundation programme in the north-west of England: an evidence based critique of early academic engagement; Daniel Darbyshire, Paul Baker, Steven Agius, Sean McAleer
12.15-12.35 Developing the quality of educational supervision; Katie Webb; Alison Bullock; Esther Muddiman; Caroline Groves; Anton Saayman
12.35-12.55 What is a medical educator? Insights from a consultation on the AoME Professional Standards; Julie Browne, AD Bullock
12.55-13.00 Summary of morning
14.45-15.00 Closing remarks.
15.00 Close of meeting
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