About the event
Come and meet the Dean, Prof Malcolm Reed, and the GP team at BSMS and hear about the opportunities available for general practitioners at the medical school. We will share our new curriculum and school updates with you, and you will have the chance to network with other GP tutors and ask them about their experience.
The event is aimed at GPs, Practice Managers are also very welcome, along with those who teach and those that wish to start teaching this year.
As this event is outside of university term-time, parking does not need to be booked in advance. You can park in any of the non-named bays.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided for all attendees. We will cater for specific dietary requirements, there is an opportunity to let us know about these on the registration form.
1pm: Lunch, registration and networking
2pm: Welcome, curriculum update and new staff – Prof Harm van Marwijk (Professor in General Practice), Dr Duncan Shrewsbury (Senior Lecturer in General Practice and Module 101/201 Leader) and Dr Max Cooper (Senior Lecturer in Primary Care and Public Health and Module Leader for 403/Y5)
2:30pm: Time for Autism is a new longitudinal programme at BSMS - Dr Ann White (Consultant Community Paediatrician) and Dr Stephanie Daley (Time for Autism Programme Manager and Clinical Research Fellow)
3:10pm: Tea/coffee break
3:25pm: Project 200 update - Prof Malcolm Reed (Dean of BSMS) and Prof Juliet Wright (Director of Undergraduate Teaching and Learning)
4:10pm: Module 404 supervisors PD Dr Heike Rabe (Reader in Paediatrics/ Honorary Consultant Neonatologist)
* Please note that the programme is subject to change
Please RSVP via the link below. For more information about the event, please email Heidi Swain (Quality and Placements Officer) on email@example.com or call 01273 644563.
GPs attending the meeting receive a professional development fee of £250, payable to the practice to cover the cost of their attendance.
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