Poster Presentations


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Improving child development teaching for medical students W. Tasker, S. Scales, H. Sherriff, R. Maroo

Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy and Childhood – Simulation to improve confidence and understanding of SUDIC investigation A Belfitt, A Holt, A Copeman

Hospital classrooms – A novel concept in the developing world S. Sen, A. Deshpande, P Gadgil, T. Singhal







WINTER MEETING 2017 Presentations

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Children and Young People in OSCES : Secrets of success Bec Bardgett and Jonathan Darling

Voice in Assessment; Recipes for Engagement Emma Sparrow

CYP Involvement in RCPCH Assessments and Examinations Jane Valente

Professional integrity – Challenges, Consequences and Opportunities Prof Trudie Roberts







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Paediatric Hot Clinics as an Integrated Learning Tool Roisin Begley

Reducing anxiety in staff caring for patients with tracheostomies through a multi-modal simulation study day Nia Williams

Development of a Mobile Application to Facilitate In-Situ Simulation Delivery James Edelman

A ‘working example’ of a simulation based return to work programme: why you need one in your region! Mithila D’Souza

Respect and Dignity – Implementing a continuous monitoring system can improve undermining and bullying behaviour in the workplace Zheyi Liew

Child Health Summer School: Increasing Interest in a Career in Paediatrics Sharon Roberts

Rare case simulation training enables paediatric trainees to achieve core competencies Ben McNaughten

Parents as educators – developing a programme for expert parents and families, whose children have complex neurodisability, to teach medical students Christopher Borges Da Silva

How do junior doctors learn the newborn and infant physical examination? Katie McKinnon

Medical Student Tips James Barson

A National Review of Trainee Experiences of Level One Paediatric Training Louise Galloway

Flash Mob Teaching (FMT); Unscheduled, Opportunistic, Multidisciplinary Teaching in the Emergency Department on Common Paediatric Topics. Kate Goyder

“Five a Day” keeps the stress at bay : Using a ‘Five a Day’ initiative to increase confidence, satisfaction and learning outcomes of undergraduate medical students during their Paediatric rotation Kathryn Green

Communication Skills with Children and Parents: Foundation Doctors’ Self-Reported Competence Emma Hughes

An Acting Up as Consultant Pilot Programme facilitates successful transition from trainee to consultant Lynn Sinitsky

Paediatric Dental Safer Airway & Sedation for Non-Anaesthetists (PD-SASNA) training – collaboration beyond the ward Amy Moran




Patient Safety Education for Undergraduate Medical Students – Can They Engage? Soad Habeeb

Do Parent Markers Add Value to Reflective Learning? Roisin Begley

Use of peer feedback to enhance medical students reflective learning Rose Crowley

Can an online voting tool be used to assess an e-learning package? Jonathan Whitton

pRESUS course for Medical Students Fiona Hignett




The use of simulation to teach medical students how to recognise and manage the sick child – A cluster randomised trial_Erika Harnik

Reflections on Safeguarding Training – what new skills do paediatric trainees value_Katherine Fawbert

Innovative E-learning-A UK inititaive to advance undergraduate paediatric medical education_Stuart Vernon

GP knowledge and experience of neonatal medicine_Sofia Omar

Aiming for the Apex Poster April 2015_Ashley Reece

Multi Source Feedback – Does it really encourage change_Nadia Amin

Learning Together Study Days – Cross Specialty Education_David James

The Case Exchange – Integrating the patient_parent experience_Affy Sephazad

Aiding Transition from ST3 to ST4 – survey results_Jon Keene

The Day the Simulator Died” Louise Budd


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