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Call for parallel session proposals : Entry # 82 Designing meaningful multiprofessional learning events for foundation learners
Session title:
Designing meaningful multiprofessional learning events for foundation learners
Please provide one paragraph of text limited to 50 words which is a summarisation of your session
We are sharing our experience of developing multiprofessional learning for foundation trainees in Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry and Physician Associates. Our programme includes masterclasses, online content, and simulation training. We discuss the ‘highs and lows’ of our journey and guide participants on ways to develop and promote bespoke multiprofessional learning events.
Learning Objectives
Objectives
• Recognise key principles that contribute to effective interprofessional learning
• Apply these principles by designing an inclusive learning event for foundation learners
• Describe effective ways to engage multiprofessional learners and faculties with your event.
Session theme:
Designing and planning learning
Does your session specifically target a particular group?
Yes
Which audience groups is your session targeting:
  • Postgraduates
Preferred session delivery:
Face to face
Preferred session format:
Workshop
Maximum number of attendees:
70
Have you presented this in the UK this year?
  • No
Interactivity:
Explain the ways in which you will ensure your session will be interactive/encourage participation from workshop attendees? (polling and Q&A will be enabled via the conference app)
We will be using polling (ideally mentimeter) to engage the audience, share experiences and establish a group agenda. The workshop has two small group exercises (design a learning event and write an advert) both will be debriefed to enhance the group learning element.
What are the benefits to DEMEC attendees, your institution and/or to the medical/healthcare community?
We are the first region in the UK to bring foundation learners (doctors, pharmacists, physician associates and dentists) together to learn with and from each other. This is an ambitious project and an iterative process. Our experience can inform others who are at the start of this journey.
Early exposure of learning with and from each other in the workplace, is essential for effective and safe care in increasingly complex healthcare systems.
If at all, how do you plan to involve early career researchers in your session?
Our trainee foundation learners will be involved in the delivery of our workshop.
This course provides a great opportunity for evaluation of the benefits of multiprofessional simulation in foundation trainees.
Contact Information
Name of submitting Organisation:
NHH England EoE Multiprofessional Foundation School
Lead Contact Name:
Dr Thirza Pieters
Contact Phone:
07814004635
Contact Email:
[email protected]
Alternative Contact Email:
[email protected]
Facilitator / Moderator / Chair details
NO
Speaker 1
Speaker Email
[email protected]
Short biography (100 words MAX – note word count below the box)
Dr Thirza Pieters graduated from Maastricht Medical School before moving to the UK to complete her Psychiatry training. She is a Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist at Royal Papworth Hospital, the Director of Medical Education for Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust and a Tutor for the PGCert Med Ed at the University of Cambridge. Thirza took on the role of Educational Development and Evaluation lead for the Multiprofessional School in January 2022. The EoE is he first region in the UK to bring foundation learners (doctors, pharmacists, physician associates and dentists) together to learn with and from each other.
Presentation experience
We have run this workshop for own faculty development programme. We are running a related workshop on multiprofessional foundation simulation at this years AMEE conference.
Ethics Approval:
please select only if appropriate
Additional speaker details
YES
Speaker 2
Parallel session speaker name + job title + name of institution which you are representing
Helen Johnson
Speaker Email
[email protected]
Short biography (100 words MAX – note word count below the box)
Dr Helen Johnson is the Deputy Dean for the East of England NHSE WTE, with an overarching remit of a number of postgraduate schools, a multiprofessional portfolio supporting foundation and the Norfolk and Waveney ICB. She is also an enthusiastic lead for the national enhance programme for foundation – built on the future doctor work. She graduated from St Mary’s in London, before training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Yorkshire with a special interest in Urogynaecology and took up a consultant post in NWAFT. She now works full time in medical education.
Presentation experience
Helen has extensive experience of presenting at national events.We have run this workshop for own faculty development programme. We are running a related workshop on multiprofessional foundation simulation at this years AMEE conference.
Ethics Approval:
please select only if appropriate
Do you wish to add another speaker?
YES
Speaker 3
Parallel session speaker name + job title + name of institution which you are representing
Maria Christou
Speaker Email
[email protected]
Short biography (100 words MAX – note word count below the box)
Maria recently joined the NHS E east of England pharmacy team after an extensive career at the University of East Anglia (UEA) School of Pharmacy. Her main remit is to support and promote multiprofessional education, under the umbrella of the new East of England Multiprofessional Foundation School (MPS).
Maria has had a long-term interest in multiprofessional healthcare education and the many benefits it can provide for both learners and patients.
Presentation experience
We have run this workshop for own faculty development programme. We are running a related workshop on multiprofessional foundation simulation at this years AMEE conference
Ethics Approval:
please select only if appropriate
Do you wish to add another speaker?
YES
Speaker 4
Parallel session speaker name + job title + name of institution which you are representing
Dr Charlene Liu
Speaker Email
[email protected]
Short biography (100 words MAX – note word count below the box)
Consultant in Emergency Medicine, simulation FTPD EoE Foundation School
Presentation experience
We have run this workshop for own faculty development programme. We are running a related workshop on multiprofessional foundation simulation at this years AMEE conference.
Ethics Approval:
please select only if appropriate
Do you wish to add another speaker?
YES
Speaker 5
Parallel session speaker name + job title + name of institution which you are representing
Dr Zilley Khan
Speaker Email
[email protected]
Short biography (100 words MAX – note word count below the box)
Dr Khan has been working within the NHS for almost 20 years now. She is passionate about multi professional education and training and strives to provide an excellent safe environment in which to develop our next generation of healthcare professionals. She is Med Ed TPD at Royal Papworth NHS Foundation Trust and Foundation TPD for the EoE Multiprofesisonal Foundation School
Presentation experience
We have run this workshop for own faculty development programme. We are running a related workshop on multiprofessional foundation simulation at this years AMEE conference.
Ethics Approval:
please select only if appropriate
Scoring 82 (Designing meaningful multiprofessional learning events for foundation learners)(Required)
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