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Assessment Workshops (2022-2023)
Workshop 1: How to Write MCQs, 15th Nov 2022, 13.00-16.00 (GMT), Online
Learn what makes a good Social and Behavioural Sciences multiple choice exam question, Dr Ellie Hothersall (University of Dundee), £25
Workshop 2: How to Write OSCEs, 22nd February 2023, 13.00-16.00 (GMT), Online
Learn how to assess Social and Behavioural Sciences using OSCEs, Prof Alan Jaap (University of Edinburgh), £25
Registration for workshop 3 will open shortly
Workshop 3: Work-based assessments, Dr Georgina Cairns and Dr Georgina Heron (University of Dundee) 25th May 2023, 13.00-16.00 (BST), £25
The workshop will be an opportunity to learn what has been undertaken in Dundee, and to discuss key issues with workshop participants. We will explore a fundamental question - what social and behavioural sciences skill or values are students learning and how can we assess these through their clinical work experiences?
Show and Tells
Dr Paul Stronge - Lecturer in Cross-Cutting Themes, at the Penisular Medical School, University of Plymouth.
Why we should stop talking about 'resilience'. Exploring the potential of 'resourcefulness' as a more useful concept to help medical students learn how to flourish amid adversity.
BeSST Show and Tell (Paul Stronge)-20230307_150330-Meeting Recording.mp4
BeSST Afternoon TeaTime
Join us for a virtual afternoon tea chat about social and behavioural science teaching in medicine.
Next date tbc
Contact Tracey Collett. firstname.lastname@example.org
Show and Tells
Using OSCEs to assess behavioural sciences (Dr Jacqueline Lavallee)
Teaching Sociology in Medicine - Online (Dr Jeni Harden). Recording in two parts: part 1 and part 2
Staff development for teaching medical anthropology/diversity issues in health faculties
Dr Margret Jaeger (Research Unit, AWZ Soziales Wien Gmbh, Vienna)
MedEdWorld Webinar:Assessing Social and Behavioural Sciences in Medicine
You can access this webinar via:
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