Digital Transform MedEd: Co-Production and Co-Design for Medical Education

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Co-production & co-design for medical education: a panel discussion led by Professor Glenn Robert and Dr Sara Donetto, King's College London

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Join us for the next session in the Digital Transform MedEd series, jointly hosted by Imperial College London and LKCMedicine:

Co-production and co-design for medical education: value(s) and challenges

In the context of healthcare improvement work, co-production and co-design involve staff working in genuine partnership with health service users to design and enable better healthcare. This webinar will take the format of an interactive Q+A session in which the panel will (a) share their expertise and insights in bringing co-production and co-design to the field of healthcare improvement and (b) explore with attendees the potential value and challenges of adopting these approaches in the design and practice of medical education.

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Professor Glenn Robert

Chair in Healthcare Quality & Innovation, Faculty Vice Dean (Research & Impact) and Head of the Division of Methodologies, King’s College London

Dr Sara Donetto

Senior Lecturer, Division of Methodologies, King’s College London

Co-hosts:

Dr Wing May Kong

Consultant Endocrinologist, LNWUH NHS Trust and Head of Ethics and Law, School of Medicine, Imperial College London

Mr Emmanuel Tan

Assistant Dean, Student Wellbeing, LKCMedicine

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Organiser of Digital Transform MedEd: Co-Production and Co-Design for Medical Education

Imperial College London and LKCMedicine, Singapore, jointly host Transform MedEd; an international conference which brings together eminent speakers, educators, innovators, students and partners in an exciting mix of discussion and debate, showcasing innovative digital solutions to inform the future evolution of medical education around the world.

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