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Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th January 2019 - Holiday Inn, Carburton Street

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16/17 January 2018 - Holiday Inn, Carburton Street  

This 2-day conference is for Heads of Schools, Training Programme Directors, Clinical Tutors and Directors of Medical Education in Acute, Mental Health and GP Trainers. Also very relevant for College Tutors. A mixture of strategic lectures from the nation's PGME leaders with panel discussions and small group workshops and sharing from colleagues on operational topics of current interest.  Supported by AoMRC, GMC, COPMeD and COGPeD.

Tuesday 16th January 2018 (Day 1)

What are the Colleges talking about? by Jane Dacre

Involving Trainees in Medical Education by Neil Patel

Freedom to Speak up Guardians by Henrietta Hughes

Whats next for Quality Assurance by Martin Hart & Stephen Cunliffe

Enhancing ARCPs by Sam Illingworth & Catherine O'Keeffe

Supporting the Non Trainees by Katherine Finucane

Institution of Single Doctors with Differing Needs (DWDN) by Sohom Maitra

A New ARCP checklist for ACCS Trainees by Will Gibbs

Exception Reporting by Jane MacDougall

Measuring Success in Foundation Programme Training by Will Carroll

Making Insulin Treatment Safer by Ciara Lee

Establishing and Optimising a Local Curriculum Mapped Teaching Programme by Shreena Shah & Laura Adams

Wednesday 17th January 2018 (Day 2)

What are the Deans thinking about? by Sheona MacLeod

Teaching Professionalism by Hilary Neve

Learning from SUI’s: how can we move beyond the blame culture by Chirs Carey

Improving the role of the Medical Registrar and the team they work in: do they feel valued? By Claire Mallisnson & Will Owen

Trading Places by Peter Johnston & Kirsty Alexander

Quality and the learning environment by Jessica Lichtenstein & Kevin Connor

A learning environment by Peter Johnston

Where next? The future for the learning environment by Colin Melville

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Feedback Day 1 (16/1/18)

Feedback Day 2 (17/1/18)



17/18 January 2017 - Holiday Inn, Carburton Street, London

Final Programme

Presentations that have been made available to date (others should be available shortly):

17 January

Holding slide

The new Internal Medicine Curriculum

Mind the Gap: considerations for developing the multigenerational workforce

New Trainee Contract: what does it mean for me?

Globalisation: appreciating cultural differences

Implementing a programme for overseas doctors

Workshop: Emploring junior doctors' experiences of work-related bullying

Workshop: Gen-gagement: supporting effective learning in the workplace

Workshop: Supporting our educators in the management of personalised work scheduling and exception reporting

Workshop: How to write a good paper and journal jottings in Clinical Teacher

Workshop: Cultural awareness in ARCP

Workshop: Where have all the GPs gone?

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Physician, GP Trainees, Psychiatry

18 January

Liz Spencer Day 2

Quality Panels from the South West

GMC visits, how to deal with them

Training in non-traditional environments

Workshop: Departments in Difficulty

Workshop: Unpicking your GMC visit

Workshop: Clinical Learning Environments

Workshop: Educator Careers - DME to Assoc Dean - personal reflections

Workshop: Resilience - developing a well-being strategy

The Future of Workplace Based Assessment


All NACT UK meetings are recognised by the RCP (London) for CPD points, and receive credits from the Open University towards a Certificate in Continuing Professional Development. To learn more about this, click here.