Learning and Education Workshop

The 2018 Learning and Education Workshop will be held on Thursday 26 July at the Grand Millennium Hotel.

Akona Ngātahitia - Mā te ako ngātahi ka mātau

The concept of ako describes a teaching and learning relationship. In this relationship, the educator learns from the registrar and their practices are informed by the latest research. Ako is both deliberate and reflective in nature.

The Learning and Education Workshop is a one-day professional development event for medical educators, teachers and other professionals involved in health care training. 

Programme

0920 - 0930 Welcome and agenda for the day 
Terina Moke and Dr Liza Lack, FRNZCGP (Dist.)
0930 - 1030 Coaching and insights to allow us to thrive in an accelerating future and Q & A
Arturo Pelayo
1030 - 1100 Panel: The workings and teachings of our programme
1100 - 1130 Morning tea
1130 - 1330 Using the reflective cycle to give feedback
Dr John Buckley
Building teams and relationships
Dr Lachlan Fieldhouse, FRNZCGP
Enabling reflective practice to evolve
Dr Hamish Wilson, FRNZCGP
Mini CX
Dr Liza Lack, FRNZCGP (Dist.) and Dr Allan Mbita (PhD)
1330 - 1445 Lunch
1415 - 1515 The Love of Teaching
Associate Professor Suzanne Pitama
1515 - 1545 Panel: How can we accept the challenge of inequity and make changes to our roles?
1545 - 1600 Afternoon tea
1600 - 1700 Role plays when the rubber hits the road
Dr Liza Lack, FRNZCGP (Dist.), Dr Rawiri Keenan, FRNZCGP, Tengaruru Wi-Neera
Preparing your learners for the fellowship visit
Peter Fleischl, FRNZCGP           
Using the reflective cycle to give feedback
Dr John Buckley 
1700 - 1715 That's a Wrap

Note: this programme is subject to change.

Platinum Sponsors

 


Gold Sponsors

   


Keynote Speaker Sponsors 

        


Panel/Concurrent Session + Welcome Reception Sponsor

 


Satchel Sponsor

 


Conference App Sponsor

 


 

Coffee Cart Sponsors

        


Registration Sponsor  


Associate Sponsor  


Quality Symposium - Principal Sponsor


Quality Symposium - Associate Sponsor