2016 Conference Presentations

Our conference Students and Trainees as Teachers in Medical, Veterinary and Dental Education featured short presentations in parallel sessions. Where the presentation is highlighted in gold below the presenters have kindly allowed their work to be available to view (please click on the title).

SESSION A – QUALITY OF PEER TEACHING / JUNIOR DOCTORS AS TEACHERS Chair: Professor Johnny Lyon-Maris

Thampy H Evaluating a teaching skills course for GP
trainees
Cottle O How do medical students taught by their
peers perform in objective examinations in
comparison to those taught by experts? A
literature review
Nagraj S, Miles S, Cottle, O, Bryant P Peer Problem-Based Learning Tutor: What
do students think?
Gray R, Dolan S Does the implementation of a teaching
programme to foundation doctors improve
their clinical teaching: The DUCT  Programme?
Elgie LD, Krishnachetty B Teaching Experience of Anaesthetic Specialist Trainees
SESSION B – SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY / PROFESSIONALISM Chair: Julie Browne

Cooper M, Corrogan C Medics against Trafficking
Matthews D, Adams N,  Davies C, Thenabadu S, Donnelly H Leading and Learning - a medical student’s role in local delivery of a National public health awareness campaign day.
Poladi S, Testa G                             Body Politic: Examining the knowledge and
views of medical students towards organ
donation
Oladosu T Reflections on the emotional and psychological challenges faced while retaking a year of medical school
Cathie V, Whan K, Montgomery
J, Martin C and Ramage C
‘Can compassion be taught?’ A medical students’ compassion discourse
Grant T, Christie S, Wise R Engaging Tomorrow’s Doctors: Widening
Access through Insight Courses
SESSION C – SUPPORTING JUNIOR DOCTORS INTO WORK/MEDICAL STUDENTS Chair: Dr Caroline Fertleman

Kawa B, Bell A, Jack K                          Pager On-Call Simulation for New Junior Doctors
Holmes D, Hunter M, McGoran J An educational initiative to improve medical student
communication skills: the IMPArT method
(IMmediate Personalised feedback with peer-
Assessment)
Kilgour J, Fulchand S The Student Doctor: A journal for the social media
generation
Wei R, Chu A Evaluation of a 1-day OSCE course for clinical
medical students
Patel A, Parveen T, Vyas A, North S, Gibbs R, Rodrigues V Student-led curricular change in sustainable
healthcare
SESSION D – SIMULATION / LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Chair: David Russell

Arimoto R, Loganath K, Mahendran B On-call Simulation for Medical  Students
Vaghela KR, Wickramarachchi L, Lee J, Healy B, Crisp R, Akhtar K Increasing Confidence and Technical Ability in Knee
Aspiration amongst Foundation Doctors
Garner A. J, Quinlan, K Teaching and Learning in the Outpatient  Clinic: Can Education Ever be Effective at the Coal Face?
Hare A, Best R, Grant E Pre-hospital and Emergency Medicine for Students: experience, exposure and opportunity
Oladosu T, Easton T Optimising on-calls: developing and evaluating an on-call simulation-teaching program for final year medical students.
SESSION E – EXAM PREPARATION/CLINICAL EXAMINATION - Chair: Professor Adrian Freeman
Goldsmith T, Platt S The Effect of a Peer Instigated and Peer Delivered Learning Opportunity on  Liverpool Objective Clinical Assessment System (LOCAS) Examination Confidence in 4th Year Medical  Students
 Kirton E, Rose S OSCE practice sessions designed and delivered exclusively by students: Evaluation of the role of peer teaching in the preparation for final year exams
Guimarães B, Arantes M, Cruz B, Ribeiro J, Severo M, Cruz-Correla R, Madeira MD and Ferreira MA Development of a web-based platform as a study
manager towards continuous education in neuroanatomy
 Thampy H GP trainees as Clinical Teachers (GP-TACT): Benefits and Barriers
Wharton LK, Anumba DO Vaginal examination: use of hybrid simulation to
develop an integrated approach to teaching technical
and communication skills
SESSION F – DEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP - Chair: Professor Nick Cooper
Best R R, Walsh J L, Denny P, Harris B H L Peer review: a valuable strategy for improving the
quality of student-written questions
Webb M, Abrol E, Liu WK, Ravishankar A, Cook E, Davies C, Thenabadu S Junior Doctor Education Committee (JDEC): A
junior doctor led, facilitated and evaluated teaching
programme
Buell KG, Pitts W, Edmondson M, Chu A An evaluation of peer-assisted learning in UK
medical schools
Blanchard D, Broad J, Howarden A, Silverwood V Teaching Student Teachers: the challenges and rewards
of developing a 21st Century teaching skills
course for medical students.
Luscombe C, Montgomery J Understanding medical student learning and
interaction in the large group teaching environment.

These presentations represent the work of a number of authors as identified within them, and do not reflect the views or policy of the Academy of Medical Educators. They are provided for information and education purposes. They may not be copied or shared without the express permission of the author(s).