INMED2017 Oral Presentations

Education & Innovation

‘Steth-O-Cope’ a smartphone application to support interns developed using evidence, iteration and collaboration – Louise Rabbitt (National University of Ireland, Galway; Galway University Hospital)

Combining flipped learning and gaming in an occupational therapy preparation for placement course – Caroline Hills (National University of Ireland, Galway)

Impact of Enquiry Based Learning (EBL) in Preparing Student Midwives for Real World Practice – Anita Byrne (Dundalk Institute of Technology)

Medical education on a massive scale: Evaluating an Irish Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on exercise prescription – Silvia Gallagher and Cuisle Forde (Trinity College Dublin)

Using a Flipped Classroom to Improve Ophthalmology Practical Skills in Medical Students – Rob McGrath (Cork University Hospital)

Practical prescribing: the use of post graduate research to inform development of an undergraduate inter-professional teaching session. (Research in progress) – Elaine Walsh(University College Cork)

Extended General Practice Placements (EGPP): Do they facilitate breadth and depth of the student experience? – Andrew O’Regan (University of Limerick Graduate Entry Medical School)