Transform MedEd 2018

9th to 10th November 2018, Singapore.

The conference will address transfroming medical education through three main lenses – people, practice and policy – in an innovative conference format that will allow you to actively engage with the speakers and participants in different ways toward a collective knowledge sharing and building.

This conference will offer practical opportunities for you to further develop your skills in medical education, with hands-on workshops, facilitated discussions, networking, and presentations by world-class medical educators  – a meeting of minds to tackle Global Challenges for Local Impact, under the themes Transforming People, Transforming Practice and Transforming Policy.

Transforming PeopleTransforming PractiseTransforming Policy

  • Personal growth and development
  • Upskilling and reskilling
  • Student retention and success
  • Public and patient engagement

  • Educational theory in practise
  • Enhancing learning through technology and simulation
  • Learning in the clinical work-setting
  • Building better assessments

  • Educational system change
  • Health system change
  • Curricular change
  • Building research and scholarship

While doing so, we will showcase and provide a platform for de-constructing and re-imagining current ways and methods in medical education and healthcare. Finally, you will gain not just ideas, but potentially new skills and collaborators for new education research projects.





General Information
Date: 9th to 10th November 2018

Lee Kong Chian School of Medicien
Clinical Sciences Building
Novena Campus
11 Mandalay Roas

Programme: Find the programme here.

Registration: Register online.

For more information visit the congress website.

Published in GI-Mail 08/2018 (English edition). Sign up for GI-Mail here.  

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