Programme 2017

Timings
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
Chair:
Professor Sheona MACLEOD
11:00 – 11:30 PLENARY SESSION 1:
Dr Colin MELVILLE
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
Chair:
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
A8: VALUED
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
Chair:
tbc
14:15- 15:00 PLENARY SESSION 2:
How Healthcare education and training could help drive the NHS to deliver better value healthcare?

Sir Muir GRAY CBE
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
Timings
Tuesday 28 November 2017
08:30 – 09:15 Registration
09:15 WELCOME
Chair
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
Chair
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
Chair
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
President
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