3rd EURACT Medical Education Conference 2020

The third EURACT Medical Education Conference 2020 will be hosted by the Hungarian Academy of Teachers in Family Medicine in the beautiful city of Budapest, on 25th-26th September 2020.

 

Under the title "A new Era of General Practice/Family Medicine: Patient and Learner Centred Education", the conference will provide an opportunity for practicing General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) teachers and researchers to meet and exchange experiences, new ideas and medical education research findings in order to continue the development of GP/FM in Europe. Education is crucial in strengthening GP/FM. Innovation in education gives energy to teachers and students. We need scientific evidence for the added value of these educational innovations. By doing so we all bring GP/FM further!

 

An exciting programme is being prepared, including oral, poster and workshop presenters discussing innovative and broad scientific topics related to GP/FM education and distinguished international keynote speakers:​
Debbie Jaarsma, Professor in Medical Education, the Netherlands. Self regulated learning in a sometimes chaotic workplace.
Sjim Romme and Matthijs Bosveld, students, the Netherlands. The patient as a partner in health professions education as a two-way street.
Tim Swanwick, GP, Visiting Professor of Medical Education and Leadership at the University of Bedfordshire. Person-centered care and leadership in medical education.
Roar Maagaard, Associate Professor, Denmark. Janko Kersnik lecture. The patients are our raison d’être - this must nor be forgot in education.

 

Information regarding fees and registration can be found on the conference's website.

 

Important deadlines

Abstract Submission Deadline: 17th April 2020.
Deadline Early Bird Registration: 30th March 2020.
Notification of Acceptance to authors: 8th June 2020.
Deadline Regular Registration: 30th June 2020.
Late Registration: from 30th June 2020.

 

 

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