B2

B2

  • 11 May 2021

B2: Reframing assessment post-covid: exams versus the workplace

Session speaker(s):
Dr Jeanette Dickson (Chair and speaker)
Dr Will Townend
Mr Bob Taylor
Dr Anna Olsson-Brown
Mrs Claire Coomber (facilitator)

Session objectives:

  • Delegates will understand the changes in delivery to postgraduate examinations in response to Covid-19
  • Delegates will gain an appreciation of the different learning and assessment opportunities which arise in the workplace
  • Delegates will understand the need to embed new models of clinical assessment into the workplace more effectively

Session summary:
The pandemic has meant that many postgraduate written exams have moved to remote delivery.  As we move to remote consultations, assessing how we interact with patients on a day to day basis will become more important, and there is a need to professionalise competencies and strengthen the perceived value of assessment within the workplace.

Session hosted by:
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges 

Session theme:
Assessment of learning

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training

B2: Reframing assessment post-covid: exams versus the workplace

Session speaker(s):
Dr Jeanette Dickson (Chair and speaker)
Dr Will Townend
Mr Bob Taylor
Dr Anna Olsson-Brown
Mrs Claire Coomber (facilitator)

Session objectives:

Session summary:
The pandemic has meant that many postgraduate written exams have moved to remote delivery.  As we move to remote consultations, assessing how we interact with patients on a day to day basis will become more important, and there is a need to professionalise competencies and strengthen the perceived value of assessment within the workplace.

Session hosted by:
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges 

Session theme:
Assessment of learning

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training