Recognising Teaching Excellence Workshops give attendees a thorough understanding of the Professional Standards for Medical Educators and enable them to start mapping their skills and achievements against them. They also support anyone who is about to undergo accreditation as an educational or clinical supervisor or who is responsible for the clinical education of undergraduate medical, dental and veterinary students.
There is a £25 administration fee for the workshop. However attendees will subsequently be able to make an application for Membership or Fellowship of the Academy free of charge. (The application fee is normally £25.) The session will be delivered by Julie Browne, MA, PGCE, SFHEA, FAcadMEd, Senior Lecturer in Academic Practice and Course Lead, Intercalated BSc in Medical Education, Cardiff University School of Medicine, and Deputy Chair, Academy of Medical Educators; and Professor Nick Cooper, Associate Professor for Clinical Education and Programme Lead for the Masters in Clinical Education at PUPSMD and Lead Assessor for the Academy.
Event approved for 3 CPD points - ref 106629
Attendees are also warmly invited to a drinks reception hosted by LiftUpp from 6pm to 7.30pm on Thursday 13th October in the Cavendish Room, the Mercure Rougemont Hotel, Exeter
LiftUpp is an app-based curriculum mapping and quality assured feedback and assessment platform developed at the University of Liverpool and now used widely across the UK. Tutors and students can access the system anywhere to obtain a real-time overall performance picture. The technology is capable of handling the complexity of data associated with lengthy courses, multiple settings for learning including classrooms, labs and clinics, and the requirement to incorporate rigorous professional body standards. Other features include an exam builder, OSCE platform and attendance monitor. The system supports improved learning and provides institutions with all the tools they need to satisfy regulatory body requirements.
We are delighted that LiftUpp is supporting the EBMA conference. Professor Luke Dawson's will be delivering a paper on Friday 14th October as part of the EBMA 'Technology Enabled Assessment' stream, 11.30am - 1pm, also at the Rougemont and there will be a LiftUpp stand at the EBMA conference exhibition on Saturday 15th October in the Forum, the University of Exeter