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    Pre-Conference Workshops & Courses

    The following pre-conference workshops and courses take place over Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 August. To find out more about each workshop/course please click on the information button. We strongly recommend that if you are interested in a workshop or course, you sign up straight away, as they are limited in numbers and sell out quickly. Payment is expected within 28 days of booking.


    ESME – Essential Skills in Medical Education View course

    ESMEA - Essential Skills in Medical Education Assessment View course

    ESMELEAD - Essential Skills in Educational Leadership & Management View course

    ESMECPD - Essential Skills in Continuing Education and Professional Development View course

    ESMESim - Essential Skills in Simulation-based Healthcare Instruction View course

    ESME-CT - Essential Skills in Clinical Teaching View course

    PASREV - Practical Skills for Reviewing Evidence in Health Professions Education View course

    RESME - Research Essential Skills in Medical Education View course

    ESCEL - Essential Skills in Computer-Enhanced Learning View Masterclass

    RASME - Research Advanced Skills in Medical Education View Masterclass

    ESME-EtT – ESME Evaluating the Teacher – link to follow View Masterclass

    Masterclass 1 - Essential Skills in Continuing Education and Professional Development (ESCEPD) Part 1* 

    Masterclass 2 - Essential Skills in Continuing Education and Professional Development (ESCEPD) Part 2* 

    View Masterclass


    Pre-Conference Workshops

    PCW 1 -  Basic statistics for the medical educator – a problem-based learning approach View workshop

    PCW 2 - Facilitating organisational learning in healthcare settings through an Activity Theory approach View workshop

    PCW 3 - Clinical reasoning for clinical teachers: from theory to evidence to practice View workshop

    PCW 4- ASPIRE Academy: How to enhance student engagement at your school View workshop

    PCW 5 - Recruiting your own: Building a pipeline programme to improve admission of underrepresented or disadvantaged students to medical school View workshop

    PCW 6 - How can faculty and Simulated Patient Educators collaborate most optimally to create great simulation projects? View workshop

    PCW 7 - Threshold Concepts and being a Good Doctor View workshop

    PCW 8 ­- Exploring strategies for effective curriculum development through a hands-on, team-based approach View workshop

    PCW 9 - How to evaluate and improve Higher Education: Defining, screening and enhancing students’ competences View workshop

    PCW 10 - Creating an engaging learning environment using Team-based Learning View workshop

    PCW 11 - Preparing faculty to conduct GT-RR Reflection Rounds: A space for students to explore the meaning of their interactions with patients View workshop

    PCW 12 - Innovative methods to support and develop medical educators using mentoring networks View workshop

    PCW 13 - Assessing values alongside non-academic attributes using Multiple Mini Interviews View workshop

    PCW 14 -  Creating Simulated Patient cases that support interprofessional education View workshop

    PCW 15 - Teaching ‘On the Run’: How to deliver high-quality teaching in a busy clinical environment View workshop

    PCW 16 - How to create an attractive and effective CME event to foster active learning View workshop

    PCW 17 - The Turnaround: How to manage curricular change successfully View workshop

    PCW 18 - Resilience: The art of balancing on a tightrope View workshop

    PCW 19 - The Only Way is Ethics: Teaching and learning medical ethical reasoning View workshop

    PCW 20 - The World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) Recognition Programme for Accrediting Agencies: Purpose, processes and criteria View workshop

    PCW 21 -  Leveraging Learning Analytics in Medical Education View workshop

    PCW 22 - Design thinking: Designing your community engagement or Guiding your classes View workshop

    PCW 23 - Advanced Presentation and Communication Skills for Medical Educators: Killing it from the podium View workshop

    PCW 24 - Healing Structures: Weaving technology into medical education View workshop

    PCW 25 - Managing tensions in competency-based assessment: Embracing complexity View workshop

    PCW 26 - Leading change in medical education: Utilising best practices from organisational change management View workshop

    PCW 27 - Competency-based curriculum and faculty development for CPD in surgery worldwide View workshop

    PCW 28 - Creating simulated learning environments: On site, in situ and facility-based activities View workshop

    PCW 29 -  Solutions to common assessment problems View workshop

    PCW 30 - Making entrustment decisions explicit: Preparing “front-line” teachers for performance assessment based on a learner’s need for supervision View workshop

    PCW 31 - Global perspectives and approaches to teaching humanities within clinical curricular View workshop

    PCW 32 - Supporting learners’ successful transitions throughout the health professions education continuum with the meaningful use of technology View workshop

    PCW 33 - Patient Safety for Medical Educators: Essential concepts and implementation View workshop

    PCW 34 - Programmatic Assessment in Action: Designing competency-based assessment using Canadian family medicine as an example View workshop

    PCW 35 - Patients as teachers in undergraduate medical education: A practical approach View workshop

    PCW 36 - Gaps and chasms: Defining and theorizing absences in health professions education research View workshop

    PCW 37 - Connecting the Dots: An essential core skill - linking vision and strategy to relevant design and delivery approaches, process, people and purpose View workshop

    PCW 38 - Feedback literacy not feedback rituals: Time to focus on effects View workshop

    PCW 39 - Setting Learners up for Success: Using the science of mindset to maximise learner growth View workshop



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