APACHE

 

Applied Principles of Assessment in Clinical and Healthcare Education (APACHE) is a two-day event delivered by Cardiff University Centre for Medical Education and the Academy of Medical Educators.
Now in its second year, it is for all those interested in monitoring, feeding back and deciding on students' and trainees' educational and personal progress.
The event is aimed at everyone, at all levels of experience, who is involved in healthcare education. The draft programme is available here.
Book your place here!
Keynote speakers are Professor Erik Driessen - Professor in medical education and Chair of the department of Educational Development and Research at the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences of Maastricht University, and Professor Julian Archer - Chair in Medical Education Research & Director of the Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education Research & Assessment (CAMERA), Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry
There will be a full day of plenaries and workshops on Tuesday 3 July and the day will conclude with a dinner (included in the registration fee). Wednesday 4 July will begin with breakfast time sessions and end with a buffet lunch at 1pm. If you would like to book excellent value B&B accommodation at Aberdare Hall for one or two nights, please do so here 
Applied Principles of Assessment in Clinical and Healthcare Education (APACHE)' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 9 category 1 (external) CPD credits (code: 116854) . Full conditions of approval are listed in their guidelines
                             
APACHE builds on the success of 2017's Assessment for Healthcare Educators. You can see details of that event including some of the presentations and workshops here