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27th-30th August 2021

Downloads & Exhibition

Awards and Prizes

Doctoral Report Winner

1st - Dr. Neera Jain, University of Auckland, Faculty of Education and Social Work, New Zealand.

2nd - Rene Wong, The Wilson Centre for Research in Education, University of Toronto, Canada.

3rd - Professor Hiroshi Nishigori, Center for Medical Education, Nagoya University, Japan.

Research Paper Winners

Dr Matthew Byrne, University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Surgery, UK - Examining Medical Student Volunteering During COVID-19 As A Prosocial Behaviour

Dr Georgina Stephens, Monash University, Australia - Exploring Uncertainty Tolerance in Medical Students on Clinical Placements: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study

Professor John McLachlan, University of Central Lancashire, UK - A novel standard-setting method based on Facilities

Tracy Moniz, Mount Saint Vincent University, Canada - Dual but dueling purposes: The use of reflective writing to remediate professionalism

Dr. Nancy Dudek, University of Ottawa, Canada - The Ottawa Resident Observation Form for Nurses (O-RON): Assessment of Resident Performance through the Eyes of the Nurses

Mr Ricky Ellis, Nottingham University Hospitals, UK - The Impact of Disability on Performance in the MRCS: A high-stakes postgraduate Surgical Examination

Mr Jan Willem Grijpma, VUmc, the Netherlands - Engaged or disengaged? Using Video-Stimulated Recall to gain insight into medical student behavior during small-group learning activities

Karen Stegers-Jager, Erasmus MC - iMERR, the Netherlands - Unraveling ethnic disparities in rater-based assessments: effects of scoring form and of perceived similarity

Dr. Tristen Gilchrist, University of British Columbia, Canada - A collective case study of supervision and competence judgments on the inpatient internal medicine ward

Dr Marina Sawdon, University of Sunderland, UK - 10% of your medical students will cause 90% of your problems: a prospective correlational study

ePoster Prize

1st Place - SCALPELS (Simulated Case of Abdominal pain and Learning about Patient Experiences during Laparoscopic Surgery)
Maisha Shahjahan, Hope Poole, Josh Nicholls, Louise Harmer George Eliot Hospital, UK

2nd Place - Anahuac University - Virtual Hospital. An opportunity for undergraduate medical students for training and assessment in response to COVID-19
Edgar Israel Herrera Bastida, Anahuac University, Mexico

3rd Place - RCSEd's Regional Surgical Advisory Network's webinar series for Medical Undergraduates
Richard Mifsud, Michael Silva, Royal College of Surgeons, UK

4th Place - The Benefits of Introducing a Student-Led Peer Learning and Support (PL&S) Model into Medical Education
Bhanu Wahi-Singh, Pia Wahi-Singh, Heather Gail McAdam University of Edinburgh, UK

5th Place - Is Medical Improv a Suitable Strategy to Teach Faculty Feedback Providing Skills?
Matthew Tiacharoen, Belinda Fu, J.M. Monica van de Ridder Michigan State University, USA

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