Conference: Researching learning and assessment in the clinical workplace
Wednesday, 27 August 2008

London, 17th November 2008

Aims:

The aim of this conference is to broaden understanding of how qualitative methods can contribute to researching learning and assessment in the clinical workplace. During this day the range, complexity and potential of diverse qualitative research methodologies will be explored.

Outcomes:

Participants will gain further understanding of the use of qualitative research methodologies in work-based learning, how they might be utilised in educational research and inform curriculum planning, delivery and assessment in clinical settings. Networking and sharing of ideas will be maximised.

Conference Organisers:

Kathy Boursicot  Reader in Medical Education, St George's, University of London Education Research Group, ASME

Viv Cook  Senior Education Advisor, Barts and The London, University of London Co-ordinator, Researching Medical Learning and Practice network (RMLP), CETL for Work-based Learning for Education Professionals (WLE), Institute of Education, University of London

Caroline Daly  Researching Medical Learning and Practice network (RMLP), CETL for Work-based Learning for Education Professionals (WLE), Institute of Education, University of London

 

For more information or to register for the event, please visit the conference website