Conference webinar - Paediatric Educationalists’ Special Interest Group - Research methods In medical education

Chaired by Dr Jonathan Darling and Dr Sarah Walton, this free, live online event will feature guest lectures and abstract presentations, with opportunities for delegates to ask questions. It's an online version of the Paediatric Educators Special Interest Group symposium which was due to take place at the RCPCH Conference and exhibition in April 2020.
RCPCH Conference Online 2020
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Programme

Accompanying posters for this session are available to view on the RCPCH ePoster platform until 4 December 2020.

Chairs: Dr Jonathan Darling, Clinical Associate Professor in Paediatrics and Child Health and Medical Education and Honorary Consultant Paediatrician, Leeds Institute of Medical Education, School of Medicine, University of Leeds

Dr Sarah Walton, Neonatal Grid Trainee ST8, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge 

14:00-15:00 Research methods for paediatric educators, Dr Anne-Marie Reid, Lead of Research Methodology Group – Special Interest Group of ASME, Associate Professor of Medical Education, Director for Student Education, Leeds Institute of Medical Education

15:00-15:10 Paediatric free open access medical education (FOAM) – behaviours, trends and implications, ID 106, J Barton

15:10-15:20 Simprovisation: a model for student-led simulation, ID 83, K Babla

15:20-15:30 Can online learning resources overcome the challenges of distance learning for postgraduate trainees in paediatrics without impacting performance?, ID 213, S Ogden

15:30-15.35 Abstracts Q&A


15:35-15:50 Comfort break and ePoster viewing


15:50-16:00 Step-up to consultant: innovative simulation preparing trainees for the consultant role, ID 228, R Winter

16:00-16:10 Who’s the LEAD? Can a novel tool and targeted simulation training improve paediatric emergency leadership?, ID 679, R Cotton

16:10-16:20 The fear of losing a child!, ID 448, K Skehin

16:20-16:25 Abstracts Q&A

16:25-16:30 Summary and finish