Global Relationships in Medical Education 2017

23rd August 2017
to 23rd August 2017
Woburn House, 20-24 Tavistock Square, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9HQ, UK

 
 
 
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Background
The Wilson Centre Globalization Research Group is a network of scholars and students interested in exploring the intersection of globalization and health professions education.  Their goal is to understand the socio-political relations that underpin internationalisation projects involving academic health science centres, health professional schools, clinical teachers and trainees.This symposium builds on four previous annual meetings held in partnership with local universities, and in diverse locations including Addis Ababa, and Maastricht, The Netherlands.  The 2017 symposium, held in London, UK, and organized in partnership with the University of Aberdeen, will focus on exploring the implications of globalization from practicing abroad to taking care of patients or supervising students in one’s local context.International and UK panellists will share first hand experiences of negotiating and engaging in medical education policy and practice in international contexts, and describe efforts to train and equip health professionals for practice in local settings in a globalized world.  Reflections from speakers and session Chairs will encourage linkage of practice, policy and research.  Partners: Medical Schools Council (MSC) and The Wilson Centre, Toronto
Organising team:

Jennifer Cleland (ASME)
Tina Martimianakis (Wilson Centre, Canada)
Robert Paul (Wilson Centre, Canada)
Katie Petty-Saphon (Medical School’s Council [MSC], UK)
Amudha Poobalan (University of Aberdeen, UK)
Jane Stewart (ASME and University of Newcastle, UK) 

Overview
The programme focuses on two broad topics within the overarching theme of the conference.  The format of the day has been planned to encourage critical discussion.  
Each theme will be managed by a Chair/Discussant. The session Discussant will summarise main messages, and, encourage questions and discussion of the session topic from participants.  There will be interactive sessions in the afternoon, to enable small group critical reflection on specific perspectives raised during the themed sessions.The day will finish with a short discussion of future directions.Please click HERE to view the conference flyer 
{tab Programme}Theme 1: Working Abroad and the Movement of Ideas Morning Plenary

8:00-8:30
Registration and welcome coffee
 

8:45-8:55
Robert Paul and Jen Cleland
Opening remarks

8:55-9:00
Robert Paul
Intro and Framing

9:00-9:20
Robert Paul and Jen Cleland
Educating the Healthcare Workforce: Imperatives, Reflexivity and Practicalities

9:20-9:30
Questions and Facilitated Discussion

 Session 1 Chair & Discussant: Robert Paul

9:30-9:35
Robert Paul
Intro and Framing

9:35-9:55
Tina Martimianakis
Training Health Professionals to Practice in a Globalized World

9:55-10:00
Robert Paul
Intro and Framing

10:00-10:20
Janneke Frambach
Sharing Pedagogical Innovations Around the World

10:20-10:40
Questions and Facilitated Discussion

10:40-10:55 Comfort break Session 2 Chair & Discussant:  Robert Paul

10:55-11:00
Robert Paul
Intro and Framing

11:00-11:20
Jenny Higham
Establishing a cross-cultural partnership:Imperial College in Singapore

11:20-1125
Robert Paul
Intro and Framing

11:25-11:45
Jerry Maniate
Taking Canadian Accreditation Standards to the World

11:45-12:00
Questions and Facilitated Discussion

12:00-1:00 LunchTheme 2: Local and Global Issues in Healthcare & EducationAfternoon Plenary 

1:00 – 1:05 
Jennifer Cleland
Intro and Framing

1:05-1:25
Brian Hodges
Globalization & Compassionate Care 

1:25-1:40
Questions and Facilitated Discussion

1:40-1:55 Comfort BreakSession 3 Chair & Discussant:  Jane Stewart

1:55-2:00
Jane Stewart
Intro and Framing

2:00-2:40
Niall Byrne & Rabia Khan
Students Stories and What is Evidence – Think Pair Share and Interactive Exercise

2:40-2:45
Jennifer Cleland
Intro and Framing

2:45-3:05
Amudha Poobalan
Training Health Professionals to Work Across Cultures

3:05-3:15
Questions and Facilitated Discussion
 

3:30-3:45
Future Directions & Closing Remarks
Jen Cleland

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Date: Thursday 24th August 2017Venue: Woburn House, London, UK  – details here www.woburnhouse.co.uk Costs:Free to members of ASME and of The Wilson CentreOthers: £50. Register 
If members of ASME would like to attend this conference, please click HERE to email us and reserve your free spot. Please note there are only 20 free spots available on a first come, first served basisTo register for this conference please click this link https://globalrelationships.eventbrite.ca 
(Please note the registration form uses Canadian currency)
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