EACH: International Association for Communication in Healthcare is a global organisation dedicated to exploring and improving the ways in which healthcare professionals, patients and relatives communicate with one another. More information available from here.
Applications now being welcomed for the Masters (MSc) in Health Professions Education (HPE) at University of Limerick School of Medicine. For further details, please see programme brochure here.
Monday 14th June. Professor William B. Cutrer (Associate Professor of Paediatrics at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education) will speak on “Targeting Adaptive Expertise: Moving Lifelong Learning from Cliché to Reality”. Full details available here. Tuesday 15th June Professor Deborah L. Helitzer, (Dean of the College of Health [...]
Thursday, 17th of June 2021 The Evolution of Practice Education: Sharing the Learning Conference will take place virtually on Thursday, 17th of June 2021. Registration is FREE, please register below. The conference will start at 9.30am. This conference will explore the recent significant changes in the practice education landscape. It will create opportunities for discussion, [...]
We are delighted to announce an important webinar open and free to all educators and researchers in communication in healthcare in Ireland. ‘Teaching Communication Skills in the Clinical Setting’ Speaker: Professor Marcy Rosenbaum, President, EACH: International Association for Communication in Healthcare Brief Bio: Marcy is Professor of Family Medicine and Faculty Development Consultant for the [...]
International Conference for Communication in Healthcare (ICCH) part II, which will be held as an online conference on April 15 & 16, 2021. The conference will offer a broad spectrum of sessions on research, teaching, policy and practice in healthcare communication. Plenary speakers, Professor Dame Lesley Fallowfield and Professor Lidia Del Piccolo, are high-level experts [...]
Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Trinity College Dublin February 28th 2020 Bringing students together from all healthcare disciplines to develop a treatment plan for a patient requiring multidisciplinary care For more information contact email@example.com. Flyer available here.
June 17th- 21st, 2020 Gomde U.K., Doncaster, England When: June 17th- 21st, 2020 Cost: £650 to £800 depending on accommodations (includes three meals per day) Setting: Gomde U.K., located just outside of Doncaster, England, is a Tibetan Buddhist retreat center set in the middle of a nature preserve. See link to Gomde U.K. website for more information. Further information available here.
Prof Teresa Pawlikowska and the RCSI Health Professions Education Centre (HPEC) are looking for a highly motivated individual to fill the position of Research Officer. This role is pivotal in developing RCSI’s relationships with The Best Evidence in Medicine (BEME) Collaboration, of which RCSI is a board member and International Collaborating Centre. The post holder [...]
College Hall, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Saint Stephen’s Green 5.30 pm, Wednesday 12th February 2020 As well as being a keynote speaker at the Irish Network of Healthcare Educators (INHED) conference in Trinity College Dublin on February 13 – 14 2020, Professor Olle ten Cate will give a public lecture entitled: "What is [...]