ASME - Annual Scientific Meeting
18 July, 2012 All Day
Brighton Centre - Kings Rd, Brighton, BN1 2GR
Delivering a High Quality Learning Experience in Changing Times
BSMS and BSUH staff are involved in this year’s Annual Scientific Meeting of the Association for the Study of Medical Education occurring in Brighton.
18 - 20 July 2012
Dr Inam Haq is chairing two sessions: 'New Technologies' and 'Diagnostic Reasoning in undergraduates: work-based assessments'
Dr Julia Montgomery (MEU) & Dr Rosie Belcher (UCL) are presenting on 'Implementation of the foundation portfolio to medical students: a unique collaborative approach between four medical schools and NHS Scotland'
Dr Anna Jones (MEU) is presenting on behalf of the MoMED group 'Smartphones and medical education: the MoMEd initiative'
Dr Wesley Scott-Smith (MEU) is presenting on 'Diagnostic reasoning in medical students using a simulated environment'
Professor Darrell Evans (Associate Dean) and Tim Jackson (BSMS medical student) are presenting on 'Students facilitating learning in other students'.
Dr Muna Al-Jawad (Care of the Elderly Consultant) is running a workshop on 'Using visual images in education: an untapped resource for medical teachers' and presenting on 'Research-based learning: a new approach for a new MSc in Geriatric Medicine'
Dr Martin Mueller (BSMS GP Sub Dean for Phase 3) is running a workshop on 'Defining purposes of teaching evaluation to foster improvement of teaching & satisfy your quality management needs'
The programme will include pre and intra-conference workshops; keynote presentations, in particular The Lord Cohen Lecture; parallel/concurrent sessions; posters, the award of the Sir John Ellis Student Prize, ASME Gold Medal, JASME Sessions, the EDG What's Hot session, the ERG Research Stream, Institutional Members' Forum....and much more!
Read more about the meeting and how to register on the ASME website.
or contact: Nicola Laurijssen,
Courses and Conferences Co-ordinator,
ASME, 12 Queen Street, Edinburgh, UK, EH2 1JE
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