Programme

Theme

Patient-Centred Medical Education: Human Factors, Patient Safety, Learning from Patients.

Venue

University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4

Dates

  • Thursday, 21st & Friday, 22nd February 2013
  • Pre-conference workshops will take place on Wednesday, 20th February

Programme & Workshops



Wednesday | 20th February | 2013

TimeEventSpeaker/Facilitator
09.30-16.30 Workshop 1: ASME Pre-conference workshop - FLAME (Fundamentals in leadership and management for educators) Professor Jennifer Cleland & Mr Paul Jones
12.30-16.30 Workshop 2: How to use the power of social media in healthcare education Dr Shane O'Hanlon, Dr Anne Marie Cunningham, Dr Ronan Kavanagh
12.30-16.30 Workshop 3: Teacher development in healthcare education Dr Peter Cantillon
  • Registration for Workshop 1 (FLAME) will take place from 08.30
  • Registration for Workshops 2 & 3 will take place from 12.00

Thursday | 21st February | 2013

TimeEventSpeaker/Facilitator
08.00-09.00 Registration & coffee
09.00-09.30 Event Opening & welcome Dr Hugh Brady, President UCD & Dr Peter Cantillion, Chair, INMED
09.30-10.50

Patient centred medical education [symposium 1]: Keynote address

  • Introduction
  • A patient's story and implications for healthcare educators [Margaret Murphy]
  • What healthcare educators must do to ensure patient care is the central concern [Professor Charlotte Rees]
10.50-11.20 Coffee break / poster viewing
11.20-12.30

Patient centred medical education [symposium 2]: Keynote address

  1. The relationship between professional culture, identity and professional behaviour - breaking the mould? [Dr Lynn Monrouxe]
  2. Moderated panel discussion
12.30-13.15 LUNCH
13.15-14.00 Poster Judging
14.00-16.00 Parallel Workshops
  1. Narrative approaches to research: towards an appreciation of how things are said [Dr Lynn Monrouxe]
  2. Building educational research capacity [Prof Charlotte Rees]
  3. Implications of new approaches to reporting and preventing medical errors for undergraduate & postgraduate education [Prof David Blaney]
  4. Creating & integrating virtual patient and other e-learning initiatives for medical curricula [Dr Jason Last]
16.00-16.15 Coffee break
16.15-17.00 Patient centred medical education symposium 3 Moderated panel discussion
17.00-Close AGM INMED Executive
PM Evening Gala Dinner

Friday | 22nd February | 2013

TimeEventSpeaker/Facilitator
08.30-09.00 Poster judging / coffee
09.00-10.00 Oral poster presentations [Part 1] Run in three parallel sessions
10.00-11.00 Oral poster presentations [Part 2] Run in three parallel sessions
11.00-11.30 Coffee
11.30-12.10 Patient-centred and trainee-centred training – the challenge for MET Professor Eilis McGovern
12.10-13.00 Hot topics / key learning points Dr Frances Meagher
13.00-13.10 Award presentations TBC
13.10 Lunch [to go]