Technology Enhanced Learning
Thursday 21st May 2015
The Birmingham Conference is an annual meeting focused on research into the education of health professionals. One of the biggest events of its kind in the UK, it is hosted jointly by Health Education West Midlands, The Medical School and the Centre for Research in Medical and Dental Education (CRMDE), University of Birmingham..
In addition to keynote presentations, the Conference provides an opportunity for delegates to seriously engage in other’s work through paper presentations, poster sessions and workshops.
The conference will be held in the School of Education, University of Birmingham.
Registration has now closed as the conference is full. Please contact Lily Ilic for further information: email@example.com
The Birmingham Conference 2014
The Shape of Training
The 2014 conference, took place in the School of Education, University of Birmingham.
- Professor Hywel Thomas, University of Birmingham: Virtues and Values in the Medical Profession
- Professor Malcolm Lewis, OBE, Director of Postgraduate Education for General Practice, Wales Postgraduate Deanery: The Shape of Training - from proposals to practice
Professor Hywel Thomas
Professor Malcolm Lewis
The foundation Year 1 prizes were followed by presentations from the winners
Joint Winners: Drs Neeral Patel and Samaresh Mazumdar 'Should diabetic patients be routinely screened for obstructive sleep apnoea?'
Highly Commended: Dr Timothy Robbins 'Innovation - what can trainees achieve?'
Poster Competition Prizes: Jamie Coleman presents the prize for “A novel approach to case based discussions”