Learning Together for Patient Care

Learning Together for Patient Care: Fall Back; Spring Forward - Welcome!          

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Learning Together for Patient Care: Fall Back; Spring Forward took place as a fully virtual conference over three days on 14, 15 and 16 September 2021.

'Learning Together for Patient Care was been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kindgdon for 12 Category 1 (external) CPD credits (code: 115432).

See the programme here 

Across the healthcare professions, high quality patient care requires teams that work together. Increasingly, professionals recognise that to do this effectively, they must also learn together. Interprofessional learning is enshrined in the values of the NHS, HEE, GDC, RCVS, and many other healthcare organisations. Professional regulators now recognise and expect that it is a part of healthcare professionals’ training. However, as the culture of collaborative learning develops, questions remain: How do we learn together for patient care? What does good practice look like, and how are we sharing that good practice?

The Academy of Medical Educators’ conference gives teachers in medicine, dentistry, veterinary science, and other health professions a platform to explore learning together for patient care.

The annual meeting is one of the best opportunities for educators across the health professions to come together to share good practice and the latest innovations in healthcare education, as well as for networking, academic collaboration, and professional development. The conference will feature keynote speakers, workshops, short presentations and posters.

Keynote Speakers (click names for biographies)
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Ann James, Chief Executive, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust Professor Bryn Baxendale, Consultant Anaesthetist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Thanks to the generosity of some of those who were registered for 2020's postponed event, donating the difference in registration rates, we have been able to offer a number of free student places.  We look forward to welcoming the enthusiastic educators who successfully applied.  


We are delighted to have the British Medical Association (BMA) and the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) exhibiting, please see links below, on our conference schedule and speak to them in person during our networking lunch hour.  

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The British Medical Association are the trade union and professional association for Doctors and Medical Students across the UK. We are the leading voice for the medical profession across all branches of practice.

Join us as we lead our Fairness for the Frontline campaign in which we are fighting for the fair pay rise that Doctors deserve.
Our membership benefits include free contract/rota checking, employment advice and representation. BMA membership also includes a free subscription to the BMJ journal and online resources.

Not a member? Join TODAY at www.bma.org.uk/join-us?rc=5300 to get your first month FREE!

 James Pell, Membership Development Manager -East Midlands, will be joining the netwowrking hour each day, do visit the BMA networking room to find out more. James can also be contacted Tel: 02030587418 | M: 07917 894678  | E: jpell@bma.org.uk | @BMAJamesP

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The Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) is a UK focused; internationally facing membership organisation that seeks to work collaboratively with educators, learners, researchers and policy makers to promote scholarship and excellence in medical education that meets the changing needs of future healthcare practitioners. Its committees and groups alongside its world-wide respected journals - Medical Education and The Clinical Teacher - engage our membership in forming an active educational community. To achieve its mission, ASME holds several conferences including its flagship Annual Scholarship Meeting (ASM), the Developing Leaders in Healthcare Education course, the Researching Medical Education Conference and events organised by its committees, career groups and special interest groups.

For information about our events, please visit: ASME Events

 For information about memberships, please visit: Membership (asme.org.uk)

 Please feel free to download the pdf's

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