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Brighton and Sussex Medical School


Brighton and Sussex Medical School

BSMS Health Education Conference 2017

BSMS Health Education Conference 2017


Brighton and Sussex Medical School are very pleased to announce our third annual health education conference: 'Innovative Clinical Education: Today and Tomorrow' on Friday 8 December 2017.

We have three renowned keynote speakers:
Professor Jennifer Cleland, John Simpson Chair of Medical Education Research, University of Aberdeen 
Professor Graeme Dewhurst, Postgraduate Dean, Health Education England (Kent, Surrey and Sussex)
Dr Gabrielle Finn, Director for Health Professions Education, Hull York Medical School


Our conference themes:

  • Collaborative Practice and Interprofessional Education
  • Assessment and Supervision
  • Innovations in Teaching and Learning
  • Leadership in Clinical Education


There will also be a choice of four workshops to attend on the day, open to all conference delegates. 

Workshop 1: 'Collaborative practice: how to integrate a Physician Associate into your team'
Workshop 2: 'Undergraduate assessment and feedback'
Workshop 3: 'Pushing Boundaries; innovations in Teaching and Learning' - FULLY BOOKED
Workshop 4: 'Leadership in clinical education'

When you have selected your ticket option, you will be asked to sign up for your preferred workshop.

Full event details and abstract submission information can be found at www.bsms.ac.uk/events/healthconference.

Ticket options:


Standard delegate ticket: FREE for all delegates  


Accessibility requirements:

If you require any accessibility adjustments, please contact healtheducationconference@bsms.ac.uk

If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact healtheducationconference@bsms.ac.uk.




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