On 28 March 2020
Posted by Tyler Dimich
Building Diversity in Medical Education
The TASME Spring Conference is an annual one-day medical education conference aimed at Doctors in and other allied healthcare juniors interested in medical education. This year’s theme is “Building Diversity in Medical Education".
The day will feature prominent keynote speakers and interactive workshops focusing on topics such as disability, gender and race within medical education, amongst others. The conference is targeted at trainees across all aspects of healthcare (not just for doctors!), with all levels of experience in medical education, aiming to help develop your career and interests.
Importantly, there will also be ample opportunity to share your medical education work on a national level by submitting abstracts for both oral and poster presentations, and the conference will also provide networking opportunities, enabling you to meet like-minded individuals and share ideas with those in similar positions.
Following the success of last year - we are offering an opportunity to submit a workshop proposal to run a 60-minute workshop at the conference, in addition to abstract submissions for poster and oral presentations.
To download our conference flyer please click HERE
For any queries please contact us on [email protected]
If you would like to find out more information about becoming a TASME member please go to: www.asme.org.uk/tasme
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This year the TASME Spring Conference will be held in the Worsley Building at Leeds Institute for Medical Education on Saturday 28th March 2020.
Directions are as follows:
Written directions can be found on the Leeds University Website
Parking: The Orange Zone University multi-story car park is available to park in over the weekend. Pay stations are located in the multi-story car park. Tariffs for parking and further information can be found at https://carparking.leeds.ac.uk/visitors/#visitor.
The Worsley building is a 5 minute walk from the car park.
Alternative car parks are available around Leeds City Centre.
Where possible please use public transport or car share.
Leeds is the closest train station. The medical school is a 20 - 25 minute walk from the train station. Uber/Taxis also provides a quick and easy way of getting to the medical school.
Putting ‘Worsley Building, Clarendon Way’ into Google Maps will take you there.
Leeds Bradford Airport is about 25 minutes drive away or can be accessed via train from Leeds Bradford Airport train station to Leeds train station.
Leeds station is a 5 minute drive or a 20 minute walk to the Worsley Building.