The conference theme this year is educational innovation through partnership. It follows three very successful previous conferences and builds on their themes. The conference will have a mixture of platform/plenary sessions and a large number of workshops, which delegates can choose from.
Who should attend?
This conference is open to all those working in primary or secondary care (in any speciality or discipline) that have an interest in education and is specifically targeted at trainers and trainees.
Patients and carers are also encouraged and welcome to attend. Patients and carers interested in attending should not register to attend via the link below but instead contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speakers and sessions confirmed so far include
David Sloman - How does education fit into the new sustainability and transformation plan?
Barnet CEPN - What is a Community Education Provider Network and what will they do for health education?
Geoff Wykurz and Diana Kelly - How can patients be teachers?
Jonathan Round and Sophie Vaughan - How to run a multi-professional patient safety programme.
Aula Abbara- How can global health education help us to work with migrant communities in London?
Bob Klaber- Paired leadership education- can doctors learn alongside other health service staff?
Martin Marshall- How can QI drive education? PROSPER project- an example from care homes.
Clod Theatre Company- How can a partnership with a theatre group contribute to educating and developing staff?
A call for abstract submissions for posters on quality improvement projects and educational initiatives
Deadline for submission of abstract forms: 5 pm on Friday 7 October 2016
Abstract forms must be submitted to: email@example.com
CPD applied for and can be used in support of professional development as an educator and nursing revalidation.