Programme 2019

Timings
Monday 2 December 2019
09:00 – 10:15 Registration
10:00 – 10:35 WELCOME + OPENING ADDRESS
Professor Sheona MACLEOD

DEMEC 2019 will cover 6 themes following the AoME Professional Standards – Core Values and Five Domains

The Academy of Medical Educators’ Professional Standards Framework makes explicit the values, skills, knowledge and practical capabilities required of those engaged in medical education. The Standards have been developed in wide consultation with professional medical educators. The framework is outcome-based and generic in nature; it is designed to be inclusive and relevant to all clinical and non-clinical medical educators irrespective of role.The Professional Standards support the maintenance of good medical practice and are used to support professional development, annual appraisal and revalidation. They are relevant to all educational roles and responsibilities. Membership and Fellowship of AoME exceed the minimum GMC requirements for clinical trainers.
10:35 – 11:05 PLENARY SESSION 1:

Mr David HIRSH
Director, HMS Academy, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, USA
Chair: Dr Ian COLLINGS
11:05 – 11:20 Q&A
11:20 – 11:50 Refreshments, exhibition, networking, posters
11:50 – 12:00 Transfer to parallel sessions
12:00 – 13:00 Parallel Track A:

Conference themes:
Designing and planning learning Teaching and facilitating learning Assessment of learning
Educational research and scholarship Educational management and leadership Core values of medical educators
A1: Theme: Assessment of learning
Supporting and reviewing academic progress

HEE NW
A2: Theme: Assessment of learning
Assessing professional competence – is the ARCP fit for purpose?
UCL Medical School
A3: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Introduction of a Longitudinal Clerkship for Wales: Community and Rural Education Route (CARER)
Cardiff School of Medicine
A4: Theme: Educational research and scholarship
Longitudinal Integrated Foundation Training (LIFT); training differently for the future of the National Health Service.
HEE
A5: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Reforming Medical Education for the Workforce of Tomorrow
HEE
A6: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Schwartz Rounds as a tool for Educational significant incidents
HEE NE
A7: Theme: Educational research and scholarship
Inclusive selection – collaboration across institutions and stakeholders Inclusive selection- Facilitating collaboration (and convergence of good practice) across institutions and stakeholders
MSC
A8: Theme: Assessment of learning
How Rasch Modelling can improve standard setting and assessment – a study of thirty UK medical schools
Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance
A9: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Distributed [net]-works: on the nuts and bolts of interprofessional learning in primary & community care
HEE South London
A10: Theme: Educational management and leadership
The Future Leaders Programme in Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber, the jewel in our crown
HEE
A11: Theme: Educational management and leadership
Training never events (TNEs) and serious training incidents (SITs): incident reporting in postgraduate medical education, earning from the tip of the iceburg
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
A12: Short Communications A(i)
1/  12:00-12:15
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Innovative Education Across the Sectors
Health Education England. North London Local Office
2/   12:15-12:30
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Innovative training posts
GP Education Unit, Southampton
3/   12:30-12:45
Theme: Designing and planning learning
How can we teach clinical reasoning in UK undergraduate medical education?
Swansea University Medical School
4/ 12:45-13:00
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Service Vs. Training – But need they be in conflict?
St George’s NHS Foundation Trust
A13: Short Communications A(ii)
1/ 12:00-12:15
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Training for Advanced Clinical Practice
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
2/  12:15-12:30
Theme: Designing and planning learning
There’s No ‘Eye’ in Team: Transforming clinical teams through education.
HEE and Royal College of Ophthalmologists
3/  12:30-12:45
Theme:Teaching and facilitating learning
Developing, Implementing and Delivering a process to assess competency progression for Advanced Clinical Practitioner Trainees.
HEE Midlands and East
4/  12:45-13:00
Theme: Designing and planning learning
The ACP marriage with surgery; Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, Something ???
University Hospitals of Derby & Burton
A14: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch, exhibition + networking
Poster viewing session
14:30 – 15:15 THE BIG DEBATE:
Do doctor’s need their own regulator?

Chairs: Derek GALLEN + Namita KUMAR
15:15 – 15:30 Transfer to parellel sessions
15:30 – 17:00 Parallel Track B:

Conference themes:
Designing and planning learning Teaching and facilitating learning Assessment of learning
Educational research and scholarship Educational management and leadership Core values of medical educators
B1: Theme: Educational management and leadership
Supported Return to Training (SuppoRTT) – two regional systems, same goal.
HEE SW, HEE YH, NACT UK
B2: Theme:  Educational research and scholarship
Differential Attainment – impact of educational environment and focus on earlier interventions to improve outcomes
JRCPTB and HEE NW
B3: Theme: Educational management and leadership
InSPIRing ALL: Designing and implementing an interactive leadership toolkit
HEE South London
B4: Theme:  Educational research and scholarship
AoME@DEMEC: The senior medical educator: developing and clarifying professional standards for educational leaders
AoME
B5: Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
The reflective practitioner
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
B6: Theme: Educational management and leadership
Strategic Education Landscape: An overview of key regulatory initiatives from the General Medical Council
GMC
B7: Theme: Designing and planning learning
Are Well-being education session for junior doctors helpful?
Health Education England Yorkshire and Humber
B8: Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
The role of hi-fidelity simulation in assessment and development
GP Education Unit, Southampton
B9: Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
Cross Boundary Training in Mental Health working across traditional learning environments: the East Midlands approach
HEE EM
B10: Theme: Assessment of learning
Tackling academic dishonesty and cheating in high-stakes examinations
MRCP
B11: Short Communications B(i)
1/  15:30-15:45
Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
“Psychiatry Pitstop” – presentation of a near-peer led teaching programme. 
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
 2/  15:45-16:00
Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
Peer-teaching – how to nourish and flourish.
Queen’s University Belfast
3/  16:00-16:15
Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
Supporting Refugee Health Professionals into the workplace.
Health Education England North East
4/  16:15 – 16:30
Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
‘I could have learnt a lot from him’: leveraging personal networks to maximise workplace learning.
Cardiff University
5/  16:30-16:45
Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
Near-peer teaching activities between Foundation Doctors and Medical Students.
University of Oxford
6/  16:45-17:00
Theme:  Teaching and facilitating learning
Let’s Get Physical! – Inter Professional Workshop learning on value of Physical Activity for health and wellbeing.
University of Aberdeen
B12: Short Communications B(ii)
1/   15:30-15:45
Theme: Assessment of learning
Examining OSCEs: how might we improve contemporary approaches to performance assessment in medical education?
Centre for Medical Education, Queen’s University, Belfast
2/  15:45-16:00
Theme: Assessment of learning
Making SLE’s worthwhile – what are the barriers?
Manchester Foundation Trust
3/  16:00-16:15
Theme: Assessment of learning
The relationship between medical student Conscientiousness Index scores and later clinical performance: a pilot study.
University of Sunderland
4/  16:15-16:30
Theme: Assessment of learning
Remediation of professionalism difficulty in medical undergraduates: lessons from the literature and St George’s experience.
St George’s, University of London
5/ 16:30-16:45
Theme: Assessment of learning
Remediation: Undermining professional identities and student welfare?
University of Plymouth
6/  16:45-17:00
Theme: Assessment of learning
Assessing clinical reasoning in the OSCE – strategies and practice.
University of Manchester Medical School
B13: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
B14: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
17:00 – 17:30 Refreshments, exhibition, networking, posters
17:30 – 18:10 AoME Awards
18:10 Special lecture welcome
Prof Jacky HAYDEN
18:10 – 18:50 AoME Calman Lecture:
Integrating Neuroscience into 21st Century Medical Education: Lessons from the National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative
Dr David A ROSS
Yale School of Medicine, (USA)
18:50 – 19:00 Q&A
19:00 End of conference day one
19:00 – 21:00 Welcome reception
Timings
Tuesday 3 December 2019
08:15 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 WELCOME
Chair
09:00  – 09:30 PLENARY SESSION 2:
Professor Andrew MORRIS
Professor of Medicine
Vice Principal, Data Science
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Chair: Katie Petty-SAPHON
09:30 – 09:45 Q&A
09:45 – 10:15 Refreshments, exhibition, networking, posters
10:15 – 11:45 Parallel Track C:

Conference themes:
Designing and planning learning Teaching and facilitating learning Assessment of learning
Educational research and scholarship Educational management and leadership Core values of medical educators
C1: Theme: Educational research and scholarship
Pieces of the jigsaw: recognition of unprofessional behaviour in the developing doctor
School of Medicine, University of Liverpool
University of Manchester Medical School
C2: Theme: Educational management and leadership
Building Fair Training Pathways: Addressing differential attainment from medical school to CCT
MSC & GMC
C3: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Individualised Training Pathways and Flexibility in Training
HEE
C4: Theme: Designing and planning learning
The New Foundation Programme Curriculum
AoMRC/UKFPO
C5: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Managing Medical Uncertainty
Severn Postgraduate School of Paediatrics
C6: Theme: Core values of medical educators
Mental illness in doctors in training: removing the barriers to care
Swansea University Medical School
C7: Theme: Designing and planning learning
The Exam Game Plan
HEE NE
C8: Theme: Core values of medical educators
Challenges of assessing a professional portfolio – experience from thge reflections of clinical educators
AoME
C9: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Clinical Escape Rooms – a novel way to teach human factors and non-technical skills
University of Bristol – Gloucestershire Academy
C10: Theme: Educational management and leadership
Responding to a trainee’s disability – roles and responsibilities
HEE EM
C11: Short Communications C (i)
1/  10:15-10:30
Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
An Engaging Toolkit for Teaching Patient Safety and Medical Error
St George’s NHS Foundation Trust
 2/  10:30-10:45
Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Developing the Lifelong Learning Platform (ePortfolio)
Royal College of Anaesthetists
3/  10:45-11:00
Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
In the steps of Olympic athletes: using sports psychology to improve clinical performance and resilience
Edge Hill University Medical School
4/  11:00-11:15
Theme: Educational management and leadership
Enhancing training and education using workforce transformation 
St George’s NHS Foundation Trust
5/  11:15-11:30
Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Clinical Thinking: effects of context on trainees’ learning
Wessex Foundation School
6/  11:30-11:45
Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Creating communities of practice: A new role for education across health and social care
Hammersmith and Fulham GP Federation
C12: Short Communications C (ii)
1/  10:15-10:30
Theme: Educational research and scholarship
Teaching empathy and communication with simulated patients.
Hull York Medical School HYMS
2/  10:30-10:45
Theme: Educational management and leadership
Academic Foundation Training.
North West of England Foundation School
3/  10:45-11:00
Theme: Educational management and leadership
Quality Management in an emerging Integrated Care System: Collaborative working and sharing of concerns.
Health Education England – North East & North Cumbria
4/  11:00-11:15
Theme: Educational management and leadership
What we agree on: A Federation Model for the future of Healthcare Professions Education.
ASME and AoME
5/  11:15-11:30
Theme: Educational management and leadership
Creation of innovative career opportunities across the sectors.
HEE – North London Local Office
6/  11:30-11:45
Theme: Educational management and leadership
Inter-professional learning through Fellowship programmes.
HEE Midlands & East
C13: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
C14: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
11:45 – 14:45 Lunch + exhibition + networking + posters

14:45 – 15:00

Poster category theme winner presentations
One winner per theme
1 Designing and planning learning
2 Teaching and facilitating learning
3 Assessment of learning
4 Educational research and scholarship
5 Educational management and leadership
6 Core values of medical educators
13:15 – 14:15 Parallel Track D:

Conference themes:
Designing and planning learning Teaching and facilitating learning Assessment of learning
Educational research and scholarship Educational management and leadership Core values of medical educators
D1: Theme: Assessment of learning
Don’t be unreasonable – a framework for considering requests for adjustments in high stakes assessments
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
D2: Theme: Educational management and leadership
Supporting international medical graduates
HEE NE
D3: Theme: Designing and planning learning
Faculty Development: Facilitating Inter-professional Learning among Clinical Educators.
Norwich Medical School
D4: Theme: Designing and planning learning
Exploring the principles of simulation-based education in health and care
HEE
D5: Theme: Assessment of learning
The utility of Very Short Answer questions delivered online – Outcomes of a National Pilot
Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance
D6: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
The platform to transform education in healthcare
HEE
D7: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
Innovative cross-specialty education in mental health for GPs in training
HEE EM
D8: Theme: Teaching and facilitating learning
‘Edutaining’ the Millenials
HEE Wessex
D9: Theme: Designing and planning learning
An innovative training approach to managing the complex older person across primary and secondary care
UHL
D10: Theme: Designing and planning learning
Improving flexibility and transferability of postgraduate medical education
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
D11: Short Communications D(i)
1/  13:15-13:30
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Facilitating cultural competence for International Medical Graduates – Should this be included in an induction programme.
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
2/  13:30-13:45
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Implementing the new Internal Medicine Training (IMT) curriculum.
Joint Royal College of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB)
3/  13:45-14:00
Theme: Core values of medical educators
Exploring how medical students develop online identities for professional use of social media.
Brighton Sussex Medical School
4/  14:00-14:15
Theme: Designing and planning learning
Changing the mind-set of the NHS to identifying and managing risk proactively, rather than acting on harm.
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
D12: Short Communications D (ii)
1/  13:15-13:30
Theme: Educational research and scholarship
The railroad to resilience – do doctors want resilience training?
Health Education England in the North East and North Cumbria
2/  13:30-13:45
Theme: Core values of medical educators
Quality Improvement across boundaries: Seamless undergraduate/postgraduate QI skills in Wales.
School of Medicine, Cardiff University
3/  13:45-14:00
Theme: Educational research and scholarship
Evaluation of foundation placements in psychiatry and factors which influence recruitment.
Royal College of Psychiatrists
4/  14:00-14:15
Theme: Educational research and scholarship
The good just got better – and you can do it too.

Health Education England Wessex Appraisal Service
D13: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
D14: Hot topics and their influence of medical education
14:15 – 14:45 Refreshments + exhibition + networking + posters
14:45 – 15:00 Presentation of poster prizes
Chair:
Dr Adrian Brooke
One winner per theme
1 Designing and planning learning
2 Teaching and facilitating learning
3 Assessment of learning
4 Educational research and scholarship
5 Educational management and leadership
6 Core values of medical educators
15:00 – 15:30 PLENARY SESSION 3:
The Medical Humanities and Me: how to refresh the self
The role of the humanities in medical education and in personal development
Prof Femi OYEBODE
Professor of Psychiatry & Consultant Psychiatrist
National Centre for Mental Health & University of Birmingham
Chair: Professor Sheona MACLEOD
15:30 – 15:40 Q&A
15:40 – 15:45 Closing remarks
Wing Commander Dudley GRAHAM
15:45 End of conference + delegate departure