Tag: Medical education

Are you as good as you think you are? St.Emlyn’s at SMACC

With just one week to go before the much anticipated SMACC conference in Dublin the St.Emlyn’s team are prepping, packing and pontificating through our final presentations and plans for what looks to be a fantastic

An Englishman in South Africa: Robert Lloyd at St.Emlyn’s

The greatest honour of my career thus far is being asked to speak at ICEM 2016 in Cape Town. My talk was titled ‘A UK Trainee’s Lessons From the Western Cape’. This blog post compliments

Wait Time: Why Silence Matters in Medical Education

Questions, Questions, Questions Over the last fifteen years I’ve noticed that the more I learn about medicine, the more I realise I really know very little and the more questions I ask. There was a

Self-Actualisation and Transcendence in Emergency Medicine. St.Emlyn’s. #RCEMCPD16

This week I’m talking at the RCEM conference in Leeds. It’s the CPD conference and so has a slightly different format to most ED conferences as there is a single track that runs for 3

The pursuit of mastery through deliberate practice. St.Emlyn’s. #RCEMCPD16

An earlier version of this article was published around the time of the Teaching Course in New York last year. This week I’m talking at the RCEM conference in Leeds and will be touching on

Calling all simulation educators …. Vic Brazil and Sandra Viggers live from San Diego.

Vic Brazil and Sandra Viggers join St.Emlyn’s for a review of the international medical simulation conference in San Diego, California.

Be A Better Learner – Part Three at #TTCNYC15

  This is the third post in a three-part refashioning of my talk on being a better learner from The Teaching Course in New York. Find part one – Physician, Know Thyself – here, and part

Be A Better Learner – Part Two at #TTCNYC15

This is the second post in a three-part refashioning of my talk on being a better learner from The Teaching Course in New York. Find part one – Physician, Know Thyself – here. PHYSICIAN, TEACH

Be a Better Learner – Part One at #TTCNYC15

When I saw this section on the TTC programme I was immediately intrigued. I have spent a lot of time thinking about what makes a great team leader, a great doctor or a great teacher

#TTCNYC: Educational theories you need to know (about). St.Emlyn’s

In the UK, and I suspect around the world, all emergency clinicians teach. From the first day in the department to the last day before retirement there are opportunities to share knowledge with friends, colleagues,

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