PGTP SIG Networking Event

28th March 2019

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ASME Postgraduate Taught Programmes SIG Networking Event
Thursday 28th March 2019, 10:15-16:00 
Room 1.55, Ridley Building 2, Newcastle University
Join our new PGTP SIG for their inaugural networking event, with the opportunity to share information, pitch projects and explore opportunities for collaboration.
To register please email: PGTP@asme.org.uk citing ‘PGTP SIG Networking Event’ in the subject line
5 minute Pitches Session
The aim of the 5-minute pitch session, is to share some of the work the SIG is doing and find out if others are interested. They are intended to be informal and may or may not involve PowerPoint.
Some of the pitches offered will be taken forward to inform group work in the afternoon session. Others may be ‘rolled over’ to form the basis of subsequent meetings, and/or discussions continued online.
Please email: PGTP@asme.org.uk if you would like to offer a 5-minute pitch for discussion during the afternoon session.
Examples of pitches already offered:

Exploring divergence and congruence between learning and assessment practices in university and professional workplaces – Tim Fawns, University of Edinburgh Medical School
Development of a searchable online career biography database – Sonia Bussey, University of Newcastle Medical School 

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PGTP SIG Networking Event Programme

Time

Session

10:15-10:30

Arrival and refreshments

10:30-10:45

Icebreaker/brief introductions

10:45-11:15

Session 1: Sharing information about our programmes

11:15-12:15

Session 2: Pitching projects (5 min pitches followed by questions)

12:15-12:30

Review and agree plan for afternoon

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:30

Session 3 – Exploring opportunities for collaboration (Groupwork based on Pitching Projects session)

14:30-14:45

Rest break

14:45-15:30

What else do we want for our SIG

15:30-15:45

Review and close

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