3rd International Congress of Health Education and Research & AoME Annual Academic Meeting: INHWE/AoME 2023
We are very pleased to announce that the 3rd International Congress of Health Workforce Education and Research will take place at the new Centre for Student Life in Cardiff, Wales from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29 June 2023. Hosted in collaboration with the Academy of Medical Educators (AoME), this three-day event is held to promote interdisciplinary co-operation and critical understanding of the latest research in the field of health workforce education, training and development.
Conference Website: https://www.medicaleducators.org/Learning-Together-for-Clinical-Excellence-2023
Congress Theme: "Learning Together for Clinical Excellence"
Today, patients are rarely looked after by just one health professional, and in the context of a complex healthcare system, effective teamworking and interprofessional learning is essential for the delivery of effective and patient-centred care. We are delighted to be working in partnership to bring you this joint three-day event providing an excellent opportunity for us and our delegates to strengthen links and learn from diverse healthcare professions to establish new ways of working together.
This congress is one of the best opportunities for educators across the health professions to come together to share good practice, the latest innovations in healthcare education, as well as for networking, academic collaboration, and professional development.
Abstract submission is now open
Click HERE to open the Call for Abstracts. There is a joint submission site for INHWE and AoME, please select the organisation and theme most relevant to your submission. Click HERE to open the submission site (Oxford Abstracts).
INHWE invites authors to submit abstracts on any topic related to healthcare education and training. You can submit a "classic" academic abstract (including introduction, methods, discussion and conclusion) or short paper on the submission system.
AoME is particularly interested in abstracts around activity where there has been an interprofessional learning approach with demonstrated improvement in healthcare, but welcomes submissions of all interests for posters, short presentations and workshops.
· Learning from success, established IPE
· Non-clinical medical educators
· Healthcare Improvement
· Application of reflective practise
· Person-centredness approach / involving patients in multi-professional learning
· Developing your healthcare educators
· Other/Miscellaneous – other interesting projects which fit within INHWE and/or AoME remit (free text for authors to provide theme)
The brand new Centre for Student Life was completed in 2022 and is part of the biggest campus upgrade in a generation. It is the fruition of a successful and dynamic partnership that the University is proud to enjoy with its student body.
The new building is home to the University's Student Life services including support with study, health and wellbeing, preparing for the future, managing money and living in Cardiff. It will also increase links with the Students’ Union and enhance the services already provided there.
Park Place, Cardiff CF10 3BB,