Deadline for application return: Friday 27 July 2018
Notification of application status: Monday 15 October 2018
Submission is via on line only:
Completion of this proposal form does not guarantee the submitter or speakers a session slot within the DEMEC 2019 programme.
All submissions will be reviewed by the conference planning committee.
Successful applications will be notified of the selection by Monday 15 October 2018.
If selected, the information given within the application will form the summary of content which will be available on the DEMEC 2019 website.
Speakers cannot be added once the submission has been accepted.
All speakers are required to register at the early bird conference rate. No discounts will apply. Travel and accommodation will not be provided. Hotel options will be available to book at the time of registration.
PARALLEL SESSION PROPOSAL APPLICATION FROM:
Session theme descriptions:
(as provided through the AoME Professional Standards)
View the full AoME standards here:
This domain outlines the expected standards for medical educators involved in educational design and learning development processes. It may include the following elements: • Learning and teaching principles • Learning needs • Learning outcomes • Learning and teaching methods and resources • Evaluation of educational interventions
This domain outlines the expected standards for medical educators in relation to teaching and facilitating learning. It may include the following elements: • Delivering Teaching • Maintaining an effective learning environment • Learning and teaching methods and resources • Feedback on learning • Ensures active participation and learner engagement • Reflection
This domain outlines the expected standards for medical educators in making and reporting judgments that capture, guide and make decisions about the learning achievement of learners. It may include the following elements: • The purpose of the assessment • The content of the assessment • The development of assessment • Selecting appropriate assessment methods Maintaining the quality of assessment
This domain outlines the expected standards for medical educators in relation to their own personal and professional development. This domain is underpinned by the commitment to educational scholarship outlined in the core values outlined above. It may include the following elements • Theoretical and evidence-base of medical education
This domain outlines the expected standards for medical educators in relation to the management, leadership and governance of medical education. It may include the following elements • Education management • Educational leadership • Educational governance
The following core values underpin the professional practice of educators involved in the training of the clinical professionals. They are relevant to all clinical and non-clinical medical educators. • Promotes quality and safety of care • Demonstrates professional identity & integrity • Is committed to scholarship and reflection in medical education