Clinical Educator Programme

Annual Symposium

This year's Clinical Educator Programme’s Annual Symposium took place on the 9th November 2023.

The venue was The University of Edinburgh's Chancellor's Building, at Little France and it was an in-person event. The symposium had a “Sharing Good Practice in Clinical Education” theme.

The CEP Annual Symposium is an opportunity to:

  • Update the clinical educator community in Southeast Scotland on recent or current activity related to learning and teaching
  • Identify and develop collaborations within the community
  • Raise the profile of clinical education within Southeast Scotland

This year, the CEP Annual Symposium took the form of short talks and posters.  Short talks took the form of a 10-15 minute oral presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions. Poster presentations were presented by the authors using a “datablitz” format, where presenters had the opportunity to give a 1-minute summary of the key points of their work, using 1 slide.  Please see the recording of the event below. Please note the captions were created automatically and might not be completely accurate.

 

Video: CEP symposium 2023 recording
This is the recording of 2023 CEP Symposium.

 

Below you can find the programme. 

Sharing Good Practice in Medical Education (Chaired by Prof Gill Aitken and Dr Janet Skinner)

8.30am        Registration (Foyer, Chancellor’s Building) 

9.00am        Welcome and introduction  Prof Gill Aitken

9.05am        Session 1

1 starts at 03.10 on the recording Fostering Interprofessional education through a Tactical decision game: Lessons learned and a blueprint for clinical educators (Dr David McLennan)
2 starts at 26.10 on the recording Support for paediatric trainees returning from time out of programme (Dr Kathleen Duffin)
3 starts at 45.40 on the recording Developing a feedback process for prescribing errors: exploring the views of doctors in training to mitigate negative consequences  (Dr Madeleine Greaves and Dr Sophie Horrocks)
4 starts at 1.05.30 on the recording Utilising video capture for practical skills assessment (Caroline Mosley)
5 starts at 1.24.00 on the recording Design and implementation of two medical escape rooms: An educational case study (Dr Katie Percival)
6 starts at 1.42.00 on the recording Datablitz

11.15am      Break for Refreshments

11.45am      Session 2

7 starts at 2.09.40 on the recording Bridging the Gap: Addressing Incivility in Healthcare Teams through Immersive Simulation (Dr Katharine Ralston)
8 starts at 2.26.00 on the recording ‘The FY1 Toolkit’: an innovative and collaborative teaching programme designed to aid the transition between medical school and foundation training  (Dr Georgia Gilbert)
9 starts at 2.45.00 on the recording Age simulation on a budget (Dr Sheila Coutts)
10 starts at 3.00.00 on the recording Culturing continuum medical education in infection: from undergraduate to postgraduate training (Dr Olga Moncayo)
11 starts at 3.14.30 on the recording Making clinical education more accessible - ideas that worked for us (Dr Kate Mitchell)
12 starts at 3.30.45 on the recording Becoming "more part of the team": exploring medical students' sense of belonging through co-creation in clinical learning (Dr Valerie Rae)

1.15pm        Presentation of CEP Teaching Awards

1.25pm        Closing Remarks  Dr Janet Skinner

1.30pm         Close

Any queries, contact us at cep@ed.ac.uk