If you are a course director, educator or teaching fellow in any of the Healthcare disciplines, but specifically if you run a Physician Associates course, this conference is for you.
Hosted online by Meducate Academy, this conference via Zoom gives you the opportunity to listen to our 5 guest speakers.
All experts in their field, they will explain the role of the ACE, how the ACE has changed the way they teach medicine, the advantages of using an ACE on your Physician Associate Programme and much more.
You will have the chance to listen to 6 Highly experienced clinicians talk about their experience of simulation in teaching practice and how the ACE has helped their students develop important skills whilst also developing their ability to communicate more effectively with patients.
There will be a Q & A session in the last hour, giving you the opportunity to address the speakers directly.
James Ennis Course Director University of Chester
James has worked in a number of clinical fields across the UK including general surgery, trauma and orthopaedics, acute medicine and general practice. He has worked in educational institutes across England and is currently research active. His research interest is in the PA role in the UK and the use of simulation in medical education.
Uzo is a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist who led the Spinal Therapy Unit at London Bridge Hospital in London, England. He now heads up the training of 4th year Medical students in Musculo Skeletal Examinations at the Royal Orthopedic Hospital in Birmingham as well as working in a busy clinical role.
Peter worked at the George Eliot Hospital as a PA for acute medicine with additional roles in the endocrine clinic and as audit coordinator for medicine. He then took up a post at Bolton University and after a successful time there, he took over as Clinical Lead on The University of Wolverhampton PA programme bringing the same high degree of success to the students on that course.
Sarah Baig is a qualified pharmacist and Programme Director for independent prescribing at the University of Birmingham. Sarah has worked in a number of sectors during her career, including hospital and community pharmacy, more recently Sarah heads up a team of pharmacists in her role as Lead pharmacist in a local Primary Care Network.