Programme 2017

Monday 27 November 2017
09:00 – 10:20 Registration
10:20- 10:30 WELCOME
Professor Sheona MACLEOD
Postgraduate Dean, Health Education East Midlands and Chair of English Deans; Honorary Professor University of Nottingham
10:30- 11:00 OPENING ADDRESS
Professor Wendy REID
Director of Education & Quality and Medical Director
Health Education England, London
Professor Sheona MACLEOD
11:00 – 11:30 PLENARY SESSION 1:
Adapting for the future – reforming medical education and training across the continuum
Dr Colin Melville, the GMC’s director of education and standards, gives his assessment of the challenges and opportunities facing UK medical education and training today and how we need to work together to inspire and retain the current and future generations of doctors, particularly if we are sustain the medical workforce over the rocky years ahead.
Director of Education and Standards
General Medical Council, London
11:30 – 11:45 Q&A
11:45- 12:15 Refreshments, exhibition, networking, posters
12:15- 13:15 Parallel Session A:
Comprising a choice of Symposia / Hot topics, Workshops and Short communications

A1: Widening access to medicine – a session run by the MSC Selection Alliance
A2: Meeting the challenge of recruitment and retention in primary care through apprenticeships
A3: Is Medical Education Research (MER) evidence relevant to healthcare policy and practice?
A4: Using personalised teaching and learning to improve clinical performance
A5: Coaching – Developing and supporting a coaching programme
A6: Numeracy and finances
A7: Teaching clinical reasoning: how can faculty development support teachers in clinical settings? The example of the integrated SNAPPS-One Minute preceptor (OMP) tool
A9: The evolving role of the Educational Supervisor
A10: Quality Assurance of GP Specialty Training in Out of Hours Environment
A11: Improving Feedback and Reflection to Improve Learning:  Practical Guidance for Clinicians
A12: Developing remote supervision in health care
A13: Innovative education across the primary / secondary care interface
13:15- 14:15 Lunch and exhibition
Network with key educational leaders
14:15- 15:00 PLENARY SESSION 2:
How Healthcare education and training could help drive the NHS to deliver better value healthcare?

Better Value Healthcare, Oxford
15:00- 15:15 Q&A
15:15 – 15:30 Transfer to parellel sessions
15:30- 17:00 Parallel Session B:
Comprising a choice of Symposia / Hot topics, Workshops and Short communications

B1: GMC update
B2: Professional support
B3: Technology enhanced learning and simulation 1
B4: Foundation programme topics
B5: Developing leadership and management skills
B6: Accessible mental health support for doctors in training
B7: Multi-professional and cross boundary working 1
B8: Educating the primary care workforce
B9: Remediation
B10: Valuing doctors in training
B11: Developing Health Education England’s Quality Framework
B12: Quality improvement – how to bring it alive in the work of all healthcare professionals
B13: Challenges and opportunities
17:00- 17:30 Refreshments, exhibition, networking, posters
17:30- 17:40 Special lecture welcome
Professor Jacky HAYDEN CBE
17:40- 18:40 AoME Calman Lecture:
Lessons from Leadership
The pathway to “the top” is a winding and sometime treacherous one, but rarely boring.
Professor Jenny  HIGHAM
Chair, Medical Schools Council
Principal, St George’s, University of London, UK
18:40 End of conference day one
18:40 – 19:30 AoME Awards ceremony
19:30 – 21:00 Evening buffet reception
Tuesday 28 November 2017
08:30 – 09:15 Registration
09:15  – 10:00 PLENARY SESSION 3:
Ignoring Guidelines
As healthcare gets more complex, with increasingly effective therapeutic and diagnostic technology, do human beings still have a worthwhile role in healthcare?
Professor David HASLAM CBE
NICE (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence), London
10:00 – 10:15 Q&A
10:15- 11:00 Refreshments, exhibition, networking, posters
11:00- 12:30 Parallel Session C:
Comprising a choice of Symposia / Hot topics, Workshops and Short communications

C1: Making great doctors even greater:  Integrating Generic Professional Capabilities (GPCs) into medical curricula and assessment
C2: Education scholarship and faculty management
C3: Addressing inequality; BAME in medical leadership, the role of the educator
C4: New approaches to training
C5: Attainment             
C6: Transitions
C7: Multi-professional working 2
C8: Supporting Primary Care Recruitment
C9: Clinical Skills attainment
C10: Death and Dying: Competent to Care?
C11: ARCPs
C12: Managing underperformance among supervising faculty in postgraduate medical education
C13: The learning environment
12:30- 13:30 Lunch, exhibition, and networking
13:30- 14:15 PLENARY SESSION 4
The World Federation for Medical Education: ways to improve the quality of medical education
A global approach to standards and accreditation through the WFME network.
Professor David GORDON
World Federation for Medical Education, Ferney-Voltaire, FRANCE
14:15- 14:30 Q&A
14:30- 14:45 Transfer to parallel sessions
14:45- 16:15 Parallel Session D:
Comprising a choice of Symposia / Hot topics, Workshops and Short communications

D1: Enhancing Support for trainees
D2: Personal values assessment
D3: Technology enhanced learning and simulation 2
D4: Supporting career choices
D5: Mental and physical – new training possibilities
D6: New working paradigms
D7: AoME@DEMEC: Developing career pathways in medical education
D8: Undergraduate issues
D9: Additional support for trainees
D10: Improving assessments and ARCPs
D11: The power of mentoring: a positive approach for implementation in the workplace to maximise potential
D12: Educating the educators
D13: Longitudinal Integrated Foundation Training (LIFT); Developing doctors with better ‘patient centredness’
16:15- 16:30 Closing remarks
16:30 End of conference