Webinars

GAME

How to participate

During the session you can sit back and enjoy the presentation and discussion online through a broadband internet connection.

All sessions will be conducted on the Zoom platform.

You can take as much of an active role in the webinar session as you wish. Although is not essential, it can enhance the webinar if you have a web camera and a microphone, this will allow you to speak and be seen during the webinar.

FuturistForum 2020 - Adapting learning/CPD in a crisis: What is the implication of Covid-19 on professional educators?

Presenters: 
Chairs: Suzanne Murray, President & CEO AXDEV; Thomas Kellner, Board of Directors GAME
Faculty: Dean Beals, President & CEO DKBMed, New York; Carine Pannetier, Director of Education, European Respiratory Society; Heiman Wertheim, Head of Clinical Microbiology and Chair of the Radboud Center of Infectious Diseases, NL

Date: 5 May 2020
Time: 14:00 (2pm BST +1)

In association with GAME

Summary
This interactive conference will explore challenges, best practice and reflection on the role of professional educators in the management of the Covid-19 crisis.

Covid-19 has led to an immediate adaptation of the healthcare ecosystem that may result in a sustainable transformation. Adaptation of many aspects: newly formed teams, amended decision making patterns, transformation to digital learning, working in virtual teams, rapid dissemination of best practice and emerging evidence related to crisis management and many, many other aspects.
Elements of traditional planning processes in lifelong learning in medicine and respective execution had to be swiftly amended to the new reality. Critical questions in the context of crisis management and learning will be explored.
Participants will be able to:
1. Define the role of educators in responding to healthcare crisis situations, including the covid-19 pandemic
2. Apply critical thinking frameworks to instructional design during crisis situations, where the available evidence base may be limited, lacking, or changing rapidly as the crisis develops
3. Identify best practice approaches to disseminating education rapidly to relevant target audiences during a healthcare crisis
4. Articulate what they could learn from the current crisis management experience for the future in the context of organization, deployment and collaboration

Access Archive

As leaders in continuing professional development how can we 'create islands of sanity in the midst of wildly disruptive seas'?

as-leaders-in-continuing-professional-development-how-can-we-create-islands-of-sanity-in-the-midst-of-wildly-disruptive-seas
Presenters: Miriam Uhlmann, AO Foundation - AO Education Institute, Switzerland, Samar Aboulsoud, Cairo Medicine
Date: 23 June 2020
Time: 14:00 (2pm BST+1) 

In association with GAME

Summary: What challenges do leaders in global organisations face? What is leadership in the realm of continuing professional development? As leaders, how can we ‘create islands of sanity in the midst of wildly disruptive seas’ in CPD?
Inspired by Margaret J. Wheatley’s assertion that it is possible to create islands of sanity in the midst of wildly disruptive seas, this webinar will focus on international, multicultural challenges that leaders in global organisations face. The webinar will discuss the following topics:

•      Definitions of leadership
•      Leadership theories and traits
•      Leadership vs management/administration
•      Current challenges/skill-set gaps for leadership in 21st century
•      Leadership in times of change
•      Learning from other industries/fields of human endeavour
•      Future trends

This webinar is part of a global leadership development program developed by GAME, which aims to equip those in leadership roles responsible for driving transformational change in CPD with knowledge, tools and resources to perform effectively. It is aimed at individuals looking for leadership skills.   

Register for Webinar                             











Twitter_001 facebook_001 Google_Plus_001 Linkedin_001 YouTube_001