MERU @ Conference
As you will have seen on our Funding and support page, MERU provides support and funding for members to attend medical education conferences through our education travel grants. Now MERU is establishing more of a presence at these conferences; setting up booths and providing information on what we offer within Imperial College London, as well as showcasing and promoting our members' work. Below is a list of confernces MERU is attending, either in it's own right or supporting members' posters and presentations.
Once again MERU are attending the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) conference, this year being held in the Scottish Exhibition Centre (SEC) in Glasgow, 4th - 9th September 2020.
The wide range of sessions is designed to interest all involved in health professions education across the continuum from undergraduate through postgraduate to CPD. As well as sessions on assessment, curriculum planning, teaching and learning, management and faculty development.
Specific themes include:
- Medical Education in 2020 - have the predictions at AMEE 2000 been achieved?
- A paradigm shift in medical education - where are we going?
- What can we learn from failure?
- Introducing sustainable health care into health professions curricula
- Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- Postgraduate Education
- Surgery Education
- Serious Games including Escape Rooms
Deadline for abstracts: Thursday 6th February 2020
ASME ASM 2020
MERU will be attending the ASME ASM 2020 running Wednesday 8th to Friday 10th July, at the ACC venue in Liverpool, UK.
This year's theme is "Disrupting Medical Education".
Information on MERU members presenting; type, time and title, will follow soon.
AoME - Learning Together for Patient Care
MERU are travelling to the Academy of Medical Educators' 2020 Spring Academic Meeting this year, and will have a stand in the main registraiton and break-out area. Please see the link here for further information: https://www.medicaleducators.org/Learning-Together-for-Patient-Care-2020
Transform MedEd 2020
Transform MedEd is a conference series that was launched in 2018 in Singapore. Jointly organised by Imperial College School of Medicine, London and the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine), Singapore, Transform MedEd 2020 is a premier international medical education conference which has transformation as its core theme. The exciting two-day programme will bring together the diverse perspectives of medical educators, academics and innovators, with those of students, patients and industry leaders. The conference will provide a forum for local and international experts to share their knowledge and experience, whilst engaging active participation of delegates through workshops, symposia, short communications, plenaries, panel discussions and seminars. Transform MedEd 2020 will establish and extend academic collaborations in medical education, addressing global challenges to achieve local impact.
Once again MERU are attending the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) conference, taking place on 24-28 August 2019 in Vienna, Austria. We have booked a stand at the conference this year, if you are attending please come and find us at booth N5.
A list of the presenters attending from Imperial and our sister institution LKC Medicine can be found here: Imperial and LKC presenters at AMEE 2019 . Our MERU members who were funded to attend via the Education Confernece Grants are highlighted in bold.
ASME Annual Scientific Meeting 2019
MERU have several members attending the ASME ASM 2019 running Wednesday 3rd to Friday 5th July, at the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) venue in Glasgow, UK on the banks of the River Clyde.
This year's theme is "Sustainability, Transformation and Innovation in Medical Education".
Transform MedEd 2018
In our largest collaborative venture to date, Imperial College London and LKCMedicine jointly ran the inaugural Transform MedEd conference 2018. This conference addressed transforming medical education through three main lenses; people, practice and policy. MERU and MERSU worked side by side in presenting posters on the creation, development and remit of each unit, as well as supporting many colleagues to attend and present their work to a global audience.
|Laura Adams||Poster||Enhancing the Educational Impact of the Acute Care Assessment Tool (ACAT) for Core Medical Trainees (CMTS).|
|Naomi Mathew &
|Poster||Using Inter-Professional Games to Enhance Understanding of the Multidisciplinary team|
|Silvia Lovato||Poster||Teaching Third Year Medical Students How to Interpret Blood Test Results, is TBL an Effective Tool?|
|Silvia Lovato||Poster||Social Media as Teaching Tool for Postgraduate Students, our Experience and Students' Prespective|
|Shreena Shah||Short communication||Survival in the Workplace - Enhancing the Wellbeing of Doctors|
|Andy Cheng & Rain Li||Poster||The Perceived Role of the Medical Student in the Healthcare Setting|
|Sohag Saleh||Poster||An Evaluation of Blended-Learning in a Large Cohort of Undergraduate Medical Students|
|Kartik Logishetty||Short communication||Designing a Virtual Reality Simulator for Total Hip Replacement|
|Sondus Hassounah||Poster||Medical licensure is globally accepted as the gateway to safe and competent medical practice|
|Maria Piggin & William Kendall||Workshop||PPI in service provision|
|Gemma Williamson & Sue Smith||Poster||Building Capacity and Increasing Engagement in Medical Education Research: MERU @ Imperial College London|
This year we were able to fund 18 members to join us at AMEE, showcasing research such as student perceptions of virtual and augmented reality technology as a tool for learning in medicine, teaching mentoring for junior doctors and its impact on the quality of medical student teaching, and improving ward round teaching for final
MERU Speakers @ AMEE 2018
|Sindhu Naido||Poster||Training students to be doctors: the use of ward round simulations||3II||Monday||1015 - 1200|
|Rumbidzai Chandauka||Poster||An Interprofessional Approach To Medical And Nursing Undergraduate Learning In The Clinical Setting||4HH3||Monday||1400 - 1530|
|Dilshani Hunukumbure||Short Communication||Making use of students’ enthusiasm in technology to improve feedback to clinical teachers||4Q3||Monday||1430 - 1445|
|Rebecca Unsworth||Poster||Reflections on running resilience training for junior doctors||5HH12||Monday||1600 - 1730|
|Jo Horsburgh||Short Communication||Exploring the impact of gender on medical educators’ professional identity development||7Q5||Tuesday||1115 - 1130|
|Maria Bashyam||Poster||Teaching Mentoring for Junior Doctors||5JJ5||Tuesday||1600 - 1730|
|Diluxshy Elangaratnam||Poster||Can a linguistics software program be used to evaluate emotional content of reflective writing?||10GG14||Wednesday||0830 - 1015|
|Sue Smith||Poster||The role of medical student mind-set in the achievement of early academic success||10HH14||Wednesday||0830 - 1015|