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Medical Education Conference 2013 – booking open!

Booking has now opened for our third Medical Education Conference!

This year’s conference programme is built on the success of our previous, very popular events. The theme for this year is Transitions in Medical Education and for this reason we have organised our two annual conferences to run on consecutive days. We really hope this will encourage all our medical educators to attend both days and share ideas.

Prof Sir John Tooke, UCL

Medical Education Conference highlights

This year we are very fortunate to have a number of inspirational national and international speakers including Prof Sir John Tooke, Dr David Hirsh from Harvard Medical School, Prof Trudie Roberts from Leeds, Dr Vicky Tallentire, as well as Dr Anita Berlin. There will also be a host of interactive workshops including two aimed at supporting medical educators formally credentialing their teaching.

CPD points for the Medical Education Conference are also available!

Who should attend

This conference’s aim is to encourage collaboration and share knowledge; it is intended for all those interested in medical education at either undergraduate or postgraduate level and welcomes clinicians, as well as biomedical scientists.

If you have already booked your place at the TiME3 Conference on 11th June you can register for our conference at the reduced price of £40 (usually £60)! Just follow the instructions at the online store and enter your WPM reference number when prompted.

Book your place here but hurry – we expect it to sell out fast! Look forward to seeing you in June…



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