Annual conference 2019
APM SIF Undergraduate Medical Education Special Interest Forum
2nd October 2019, General Medical Council, 350 Euston Road, London NW1 3JN
“GMC Outcomes for Graduates: implications for undergraduate Palliative Care education”
We are pleased to announce the seventh annual meeting of the APM Undergraduate Education Special Interest Forum, co-led by Dr Stephen Barclay (Cambridge) and Professor John Ellershaw (Liverpool). This annual meeting presents a much-needed networking opportunity for those involved in medical student palliative care education; an opportunity to share ideas, developments, best practice and education research. RCP CPD approval is being sought.
The focus of the 2019 conference will be the implications of the recent General Medical Council “Outcomes for Graduates” for our teaching of medical students. The GMC are kindly hosting the day in their London office: senior members of the GMC will be giving presentations. We will also work in small groups to discuss revisions of the APM curriculum for undergraduate medical education in the light of recent progress in the field and the GMC “Outcomes for Graduates”.
|09:15||Registration and Coffee|
|10:00||Welcome. Phil Martin, GMC Assistant Director, Education Policy|
|10.15||"Overview of recent APM Special Interest Forum activity" - Stephen Barclay|
|10:30||Keynote address: "Expectations of newly qualified doctors in the UK: Outcomes for Graduates” - Kate Gregory and Johanna Kuila (GMC)|
|11.15||"Mapping to APM curriculum for undergraduate education to Outcomes for Graduates”.|
|Eliot Leonard, Final Year Medical Student, University of Newcastle|
|11.30||"Making impact in the medical curriculum: educational principles". John Ellershaw|
|12.10||Round table discussion of presentations|
|13.45||Sharing best practice and research: delegate presentations. 10 min + 2 min discussion|
|14.45||Revising the APM curriculum: round table discussions|
|15.20||Plenary discussion of APM curriculum|
|16.00||Tea and depart|
Approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
of the United Kingdom for 4 category 1 (external) CPD credits.
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