AoME Insights

AoME Insights is a new series of webinars, workshops and panel discussions addressing topics of interest to our members and the wider medical and healthcare education community.
BLINKING EYE 400px

Forthcoming Insights webinars.

Watch this space for confirmation of dates and booking.
October 2022 (date tbc) Reverse Mentoring on Race in Medical Education
   
13 December 2022 4pm - 6pm. The Future of Dental Education
  This online meeting will be chaired by Professor Alison Bullock and will share lessons relevant to educators across healthcare, focusing on: priorities for supporting and improving dental education; latest thinking on what strategic support is necessary; how regulators, employers, professional organisations, and dental educators themselves can collaborate to move the agenda forward, and what is needed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has put such pressure on dental education environments
  The programme will include information-rich discussion involving key policymakers, researchers and stakeholders and opportunities for live delegate questions and comments with all speakers, and access afterwards to speaker materials including slides. 
   
February 2023 (date tbc) Embracing Neurodiversity in our Healthcare Educators
   
April 2023 (date tbc) The Reflective Practitioner

If you have suggestion for a topic you would like to see covered by AOME Insights, please get in touch. This event planning form will help you to structure a potential event and to ensure events meet the needs of our members by providing defined learning outcomes and meeting our strategic objectives.

Previous Events

Our second Insights event A reflective model for medical education - was in May. Global experts on reflective practice Beverly Wenger-Trayner, Etienne Wenger-Trayner (wenger-trayner.com), and Professor Tim Dornan together with the Professor Andrew Grantand Julie Browne (see biographies here), discussed current perspectives on reflective practice in medical and healthcare education, the benefits and challenges of introducing reflective practice, sociocultural learning theory, Communities of Practice (CoP) as a model for reflection on practice, trainees’ perspectives on reflection and innovative approaches to reflection and the way forward for reflective practice.

The first event in the series  Tackling the imperative: Moving interprofessional education from the periphery to the core took place on 23 November 2021 and was very well attended. The session featured a stellar panel of experts giving their views on how to move the IPE agenda forward and challenge thinking, and gave stakeholders an opportunity to inquire and debate.We would like to thank attendees for their active participation and for the excellent feedback!   For full information and to view slides and an edited recording of the event click here.