Spring Symposium

Save The Date: 15, 16 & 17 March 2022

Our theme for our Spring event is 'Advancing Equity and Inclusivity'

 

The Spring Symposium runs once annually and provides faculty development for postgraduate educators from the East of England, offering a valuable opportunity to learn, develop, network and share best practice.

Audience for Each Day

Day One - Tuesday 15th March

Tier 2 & 3 Educators across all specialities:

  • OOH Supervisors
  • Associate Trainers
  • Clinical Supervisors
  • GP Trainers
  • Educational Supervisors

Day Two - Wednesday 16th March

Tier 4 & 5 Educators across all specialities:

  • College Tutors
  • Training Programme Directors
  • Directors of Medical Education
  • Associate Deans
  • Heads of School
  • Deputy Deans

Day Three - Thursday 17th March

Tier 1, 2 & 3 Educators across all specialities:

  • Trainees (1st steps to becoming an educator)
  • OOH Supervisors
  • Associate Trainers
  • Clinical Supervisors
  • GP Trainers
  • Educational Supervisors

Booking Information

Booking details will be posted here nearer the time of the event.

 

Archived 2021

Recordings from Event and Pre-Recorded Resources

Please see our programme attached here and links to all recordings/resources below.

 

Day One - Tuesday 16th March

Tier 2 & 3 Educators (all specialties)

Day Two - Wednesday 17th March

Tier 4 & 5 Educators (all specialties)

Day Three - Thursday 18th March

Tier 1, 2 & 3 Educators (all specialties)

 

Presentations

16th March 2021

What Do We Mean by Leadership? - Janet Rutherford, Liam Loftus & Raees Lunat

Developing a Hero to Tackle Carbon Net Zero! - Stella Cockerill & Jan Yates

Feedback and Difficult Conversations - Jane Sturgess

Trainees in Difficulty - Francesca Crawley & Ian Barton

17th March 2021

Active Bystanders: On Being an Ally - Kay Mohanna

Support Trainers of Trainees in Difficulty - Francesca Crawley & Ian Barton

Developing a Hero to Tackle Carbon Net Zero! - Stella Cockerill & Jan Yates

18th March 2021 

Educational Supervisors Report - Jane MacDougall

Preparing for your Trainee's ARCP (GP) - Andrew Wright

Archived 2020

Spring Symposium - CANCELLED
18 & 19 March 2020

* UPDATE: Please be aware this event has now been cancelled, following concerns around the potential spread of Covid-19. We will be contacting facilitators and delegates to inform them. We do apologise for any inconvinience caused *

The Spring Symposium provides faculty development for postgraduate educators from the East of England, offering a valuable opportunity to learn, develop, network and share best practice.

Both days are opened to East of England educators from across all specialties.

The theme for the Spring Symposium is "Good to great".​

Archived 2019

Spring Symposium 2019

 

The Spring Symposium provides faculty development for postgraduate educators from the East of England, offering a valuable opportunity to learn, develop, network and share best practice.

The theme for the Spring Symposium will be "Changing behaviors and outcomes through conversation".

The days include a combination of keynote speeches and a number of interactive workshops, which will concentrate on having the confidence to change behaviors and outcomes through conversations. 

Both days are open to east of England educators from across all specialties, however each day focuses on a different target audience. These follow the new Educator Development Tiered Approach. 

Day 1 is targeted to address topics pertinent to Directors of Medical Education, Associate Deans or those in School Leadership positions [Tiers 3,4 and 5].
Day 2 aims to focus on clinical and educational supervisor/associate trainer and trainers [Tiers 2 and 3].

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Programmes:

Wednesday 20 March - Programme

Thursday 21 March - Programme 

 

Presentations:

Wednesday 20 March 

Keynote - Imposter Syndrome, Kate Atkin

Burnout and Resilience, Kate Atkin 

Avoiding Poor ARCP Outcomes, Chris O'Loughlin and Janet Rutherford 

Responding to Red Flags in GMC Surverys, Johnson Samuel and Nisha Nathwani

Developing and Running a Training Programme, Narman Puvanchandra

Developing and Running a Training Programme Handout - PEARL Score

Developing and Running a Training Programme Handout - Trainee Passport

Artificial Intelligence and Innovation in Healthcare Education, Richard Price 

Supporting Trainers of Difficult Trainees, Kate Read and Ian Barton 

Thursday 21 March 

Trainees in Difficulty, Francesca Crawley and Becca Winchester

Trainees in Difficulty Handout

Preparing your Trainee for CSA, Sunil Gupta

Debriefing in Simulation, Georgia Winnett 

Trainees in Need and Importance of the 3 Ds, Krish Radhakrishnan

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