Joint PEdSIG & YPHSIG session at RCPCH Conference May 2019
Prize winning presentations:
YPHSIG Best Oral Presentation: Dr Sophie Khadr. Longitudinal health and social outcomes following adolescent sexual assault: a prospective cohort study
PEdSIG Best Oral Presentation. Dr Anona McAvoy-Yau. The impact of extraversion on medcial students’ engagement with simulation training.
Best Poster Elevator Pitch: Dr Dani Hall. First Five Minutes: Focussed multidisciplinary in situ simulationin the paediatric emergency department.
Dr Jonathan Darling, convenor of PEdSIG, gets the session underway.
Dr Terry Segal, YPHSIG convenor, welcomes delegates to the joint session.
Dr Elizabeth Farr asks whether Paediatric trainees are trained to manage transition?
Dr Liew shares a novel mental health system in his talk entitled Forward Thinking Birmingham.
Prof Fertleman shares the benefits they’ve reaped from developing an intercalated BSc in Paediatrics and Child Health.
Great workshop from Dr Fiona Osborne and Jodie, an adolescent actor, on using adolescents in simulations.
Evaluation of a novel self-harm assessment tool
The PEM adventures team highlighting their engaging and interactive approach to story based learning.
Members of the PEdSIG committee winding down after a great joint session with YPHSIG
PEdSIG Committee Away Day Feb 2019
PEdSIG Winter Meeting 2018:
PEdSIG Winter Meeting Nov 2015: The Great British Teach Off
The One Minute Preceptor, PEdSIG Nov 2015
The lecture made interesting, PEdSIG 2015
Using props to teach UGs – makes it more real, PEdSIG Nov 2015
“Snowballing”, PEdSIG 2015
Teaching via pictures, PEdSIG Nov 2015
PEdSIG at the RCPCH Conference April 2015:
Bob Klaber opens PEdSIG@RCPCH15
Interactive workshop at PEdSIG RCPCH15 meeting
Sarah Eisen welcomes delegates to the session
Rose Crowley facilitates one of the workshops
Caroline Fertleman (without knitting) facilitating