INMED2018 Presentations

 INMED2018 Oral Presentations

 INMED2018 ePoster Presentations

Pathology undergraduate curriculum in University College Cork: An audit – Adeline Chelliah, UCC

“The joy of them working it out between them, I find that exhilarating” : The impact of group education training on educators’ perspectives of delivering education: a qualitative study based on the DESMOND structured education programme – Ciara Heverin, HSE West

Attitude of medical students studying in Ireland to the Prescribing Safety Assessment – David Reidy UCC

FAST (Fast Access Student-led Teaching) clinic is a useful and valued teaching-led service – Eadaoin O’Donovan, UCC

The use of a novel online phenomenon to disseminate public health messages to University students – Gary O’Brien, UCC

Where do you want to learn geriatric medicine? A survey of medical students – Hannah Smyth, UCD

The Relationship between Medical Student Logbook and Clinical Examination Performance – Jennifer Conlon, TCD

Pilot study on self-assessment tool used for taking history and physical exam during paediatric undergraduate programme – Joy Ewan Tan, RCSI

Using group reflective practice to enhance Occupational Therapy students learning on placement – Julie Flanagan, National Rehabilitation Hospital

Undergraduate research in medicine – Niamh Lang, NUIG

Enhancing educational experience in NI Paediatric trainees: Targeted technical skills simulated teaching programme for College core procedures – Peter Mallett, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children

Design and Evaluation of Worked Example Video Podcasts as Feedback on a Calculations Skills Assessment – Sam Maher, RCSI

A pilot study: implementing a structured amplitude integrated electroencephalography (aEEG) education programme in an Irish neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) setting – Allan Jenkinson, RCPI

Peer Groups amongst consultant psychiatrists in Ireland: Opportunities and barriers – Miriam Kennedy, College of Psychiatrists of Ireland

NCHD Approaches to Childhood Development – Catherine Diskin, University Hospital Galway

Surgical trainee experience of adopting an IT platform for assessment of training progress – Christina Fleming, RCSI

Surgical Trainees perceptions of the Annual Review of Competence Assessment (ARCP) – Deirdre Nally, Association of Surgeons in Training 

Irish GP Trainers’ experiences of the GP trainer-trainee one-to-one tutorial; a qualitative semi-structured interview study – Elaine Lee Murphy, University of Edinburgh

The role of clinical peer supervision groups in implementing clinical Interventions effectively: a report from the National Clinical Programme For Eating Disorders – Sarah McDevitt, UCC

A blended learning strategy in the ICU; a lesson in the law of unintended consequences – Enda O’Connor, TCD

EThe effect of students’ gender on the clinical clerkship learning experience in a multicultural setting. Students’ perceptions in UAE – Ghada Mohammad, NUIG

Priming a training community for workplace based assessments through consultation on design – Karena Hanley, ICGP

Neonatology as perceived by medical students: word cloud analysis of reflective single word summarisation (SWS) – Roy K Philip, Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick

An assessment of the paediatric internship at University Hospital Limerick over a 30 month period  – Emma Kavanagh, University Hospital Limerick