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MB ChB Education Conference

Friday 28th June 2019

Radcliffe, University of Warwick

Our annual one-day education conference is an opportunity for everyone involved in delivering Warwick Medical School's MB ChB to meet together for a day of professional development, updates on key topics in medical education and to share good practice in teaching medical students.

Thank you to everyone who took part in 2019 and contributed to an enjoyable and informative day.

Photos of MBChB Education Confernece

Our themes for 2019 included:

1. Partnerships in undergraduate medical education: Examples of collaborations to enhance the student experience; medical students, educators, patients, university and trusts working together to create ‘One Medical School’.

2. The Warwick Teacher: What does it mean to be a Warwick Teacher? Building on the ‘The Warwick Doctor’, what makes excellent teaching, what are the skills and qualities of good teachers, how can we promote teaching and teacher development and excellence?

3. Learning in clinical settings: Learning from every clinical encounter, enhancing bedside teaching, developing clinical reasoning skills, feedback for learning.

4. The role of technology in medical education.

5. Enhancing medical student learning, teaching and assessment.



The 2019 programme is available. Abstracts are available here.

Presentations will be added as they are received.


Who should attend?

Everyone involved in delivering the MB ChB is invited to attend. Each year, a number of places at the conference are reserved for medical students with a special interest in medical education.


Call for participation 2020

Do you have a learning and teaching development, project or good practice to share? How have you developed teaching & learning in your organisation, block or specialty to provide a quality learning experience for medical students?

The call for abstracts for our 2020 conference will be published here - please check back for information on next year's conference.


Further information

For further information, please contact WMSfacultydevelop at warwick dot ac dot uk.