19th-22nd May 2013
An international, multiprofessional steering committee and co-ordinated by the College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing, University of Dundee. This conference will meet the needs of interprofessional researchers and practitioners involved in the development of high quality education in all aspects of clinical skills.
Aims of conference
- Provide a forum for debate on innovation and the evidence base for clinical skills teaching and learning:
- Showcase research and best practice in clinical skills education
- Stimulate innovation in clinical skills
- Gather expert and beginner clinical skills educators for networking
- Aid funding for research on clinical skills
Innovation in Health & Social Care Learning and Teaching: HEA Health & Social Care 2013 Annual Conference
Date: 5 Jun 2013 - 6 Jun 2013
Location/venue: The Queen's Hotel City Square Leeds
Innovation through research, technology, new products, and imaginative delivery of service, is widely seen as key to improving patient safety and care as well as meeting growing demands on services.
The conference will consider how innovative teaching and technology are being used to help prepare students as safe, competent, confident and caring health and social care professionals.
5th – 7th June. Glasgow
A unique opportunity for nurse educators to meet and discuss the development of nursing education globally. Delegates can network with colleagues from around the world and share excellence in practice and new ideas to push the boundaries of nurse education.
8-11th June, St Andrews, Scotland
At the annual meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) faculty, staff and students from around the world who are interested in medical science education join together in faculty development and networking opportunities. Sessions on curriculum development, assessment and simulation are among the common topics available at the annual meetings. This meeting is co-sponsored by the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE).
Powerful partnerships: defining the learning experience
Building on last year’s successful conference, which examined the transformational change in HE, this year the 9th Annual Conference of the Higher Education Academy, Powerful partnerships: defining the learning experience, will explore the increasing use of partnerships to address the challenges presented by change. In this uncertain environment, higher education is investing in partnerships, both within the UK and internationally, to develop new avenues and markets, drawing on the vibrancy and unique strengths of each partner.