If you're in Birmingham on Sunday night and wanting to join us for drinks or dinner. We're meeting at the Malmaison bar in the Mailbox at 7pm before moving on to dinner.
Here we go brain hackers, here’s your bedtime reading.
Making it stick: The science of successful learning - Peter C Brown
How We Learn: Throw out the rule book and unlock your brain's potential - Benedict Carey
Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: Promising Directions From Cognitive and Educational Psychology - Dunlosky
What would happen to education if we take education evidence seriously? - van der Vleuten
Yesterday we revealed our programme for The EMEC 2016 and we are so excited to be running for a second year.
Come over to the website to see our programme, workshops and venue details. Don’t forget to register to compete in EDU WARS, submit your entry for the EMMAs and display your own departmental education posters.
Come and join us on 25th April by registering for your early bird tickets.
Trainees and medical students are different now to 10 years ago, with different motivations and skills to offer. How can we make sure the education we deliver takes this into account. Alan Grayson introduces you to this new leaner: The Millenial.
What is FOAM? Simon Laing discusses why FOAM is the most exciting change in medical education and how you can get involved.
What is clinical judgement? We all know what good clinical judgement is but are we able to teach it? Do clinicians have innate good clinical judgement or is it something that can be developed and honed over time?
Simon Carley offers his insight and some techniques for developing your own.
Want to know more? Here are 4 exercises to improve your clinical judgement from Simon's #smaccUS talk, which is due to be released over the coming months.
Are you a good educator? How do you know you're good? Scott Carrington provides an overview of this seemingly simple question. Get in touch @the_emec or leave your comments below.
Harden & Crosby - 12 roles of a teacher
Teaching Perspective Inventory
Mohanna et al. Staffordshire Evaluation of Teaching Styles
What do Emergency Medicine learners want from their teachers?
Creating effective learning in today's Emergency Departments: How accomplished teachers get it done (Not FOAM)
Attributes of excellent attending-physician role models
Natalie May discusses the challenges of WPBA and how they can be incorporated into routine clinical practice. How do you complete WPBA in a busy department? Get in touch @the_emec or leave your comments below.
Dan Boden provides his insight on teaching the whole Emergency Department. Some great ideas and some challenges for the future. How do you teach the whole department in your hospital? What works and what doesn't? Get in touch @the_emec or leave your comments below.