The Teaching Course Melbourne

31 Aug 2017 — 3 Sep 2017

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The Teaching Course Returns to the Land Down Under!

 

The response to #TTCAus16 was so tremendous that we had no choice but to return for 2017. If you were there last year or have been to one of our courses in the past, you know to expect a whirlwind of meducational goodness not seen at any other conference within the world of medicine. But this year’s course is like nothing you’ve ever seen. We’ve again recruited an all-star cast of world-renowned educators, but this year we’re adding two optional preconferences before the main course begins: the incredible PCubed presentation workshop led by our friend, Ross Fisher, and a 1/2 day Presentation Hackathon where attendees will present a talk in front of TTC faculty and receive feedback on their presentation delivery and media. Please refer to the registration area for prices.

 

These two preconference workshops will be held on Thursday, August 31st, with the main course to follow from September 1st thru 3rd. Please refer to the registration area for prices.

Here’s the really cool thing about the course (Sept 1-3) this year…it’s a mixed blend of 1/2 day, independent courses: The Learning Course, The Social Media & Med Ed Course, The Sim Course, and ZenMed, our new health and wellness initiative. All of this packed into 3 days!!

 

Soon to be its own independent course, we’re bringing The Learning Course (TLC) to #TTCAus17. A first in medical education, TLC will show you how to use cutting-edge learning principles and theories to most effectively learn any new topic of your choosing. If you’re an educator, you’re a learner, and if you’re attending #TTCAus17, you’ll want to be at The Learning Course.

The Sim Course is one of our latest creations, and you are in for a treat! This year we have lined up some of the best sim educators in the world: Jesse Spurr, Victoria Brazil, and Ian Summers, just to name a few. The Sim Course explores how to use simulation in medical education and how to ultimately get good results at the bedside. Be prepared to be dazzled.

 

 

Trying to use all of that #FOAMed goodness to your advantage but work in a traditional academic setting? We’ve got you covered with SoMe2 – Social Media and Medical Education. With SoMe2, you’ll learn how to use social media and #FOAMed effectively within an academic setting, both in terms of incorporating content into curriculum design and in how to best use your social media presence and contributions to advance your career. And if you’re one of those folks who works in an academic environment and has to work in a system that doesn’t understand social media and how to use it for promotion, we’ll teach you how to get advanced in your academic career.

 

 

And no matter what role you play in the healthcare setting, we know that you’re impacted by stress, burnout, and mental illness in one way or another. This has been an issue for years, but now it’s time to stand up and recognize how it affects us, our colleagues, and our families. If wellness is important to you – and it should be – you’ll want to be there for ZenMed.

 

 

 

 

Last, but certainly not least, we’re extremely proud that, once again, The Teaching Course will be hosted and sponsored by Ultrasound Training Solutions (UTS), our partners in medical education. They are the preeminent educators for anything and everything ultrasound within Australia (not to mention a truly special group of people.)

And get this…The UTS folks are teaching in the course as well! These brilliant, friendly, and inspirational educators will change the way you think about med ed.

Check out their site for more info:

http://www.ultrasoundtraining.com.au/

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Schedule

Preview all of the outstanding content we’ve got scheduled for you!


Aug 31

9:00 am - 5:30 pmPCubed

The aim of every medical presentations is effective communication, yet many fail to achieve this although not due to lack of effort or preparation on the part of the presenter. Ross Fisher presents the Pcubed Presentation Workshop where through a combination of short lectures, interactive workshops, open discussion and moderated feedback, candidates will develop a clearer understanding and experience of why current approaches to presentation fail and how to apply simple techniques that will lead to constructing and delivering effective, memorable and inspiring presentations.

Fisher
9:00 am - 12:00 pmPresentation Hackathon

In this 1/2-day workshop, faculty will work with you one on one to help you refine your slide design and help you become a better presenter. Attendees have the option to present to faculty and receive real-time feedback. Attendees will leave this session with greater confidence in presenting their ideas.

Rogers, Rezaie

Sep 1

8:00 am - 8:45 amIntroduction to The Teaching Course DownunderRogers, Rezaie
8:45 am - 9:00 amBreak
9:00 am - 9:50 amThe Science of Successful Learning: workshop

Discuss key aspects of becoming a better learner

Nickson, Rogers, Riddell
9:50 am - 10:10 amBreak
10:10 am - 11:00 amMedical Education-Myths and Facts: presentationRiddell
11:00 am - 12:00 pmHow to ‘Make it Stick’: workshop

Discover how to use cutting-edge learning principles and theories to most effectively learn any new topic

Nickson, Rogers, Riddell
12:00 pm - 1:00 pmLunch
1:00 pm - 1:30 pmTeaching & learning with social media: workshop

Discuss the connected learning environment in medical education
Interactive workshop-beginner and advanced social media for
educators

Rogers, Rezaie, Spurr
1:30 pm - 2:00 pmPersonal learning networks: workshop

Develop and grow a personalized learning network

Rogers, Rezaie, Spurr
2:00 pm - 2:20 pmBreak
2:20 pm - 3:00 pmBranding and developing an online presence: presentationRogers, Rezaie, Spurr
3:00 pm - 4:00 pmIntegration of social media with traditional med ed: workshop

Discover how to use social media and #FOAMed effectively within an academic setting, both in terms of incorporating
content into curriculum design and in how to best use your social media presence

Rogers, Rezaie, Spurr

Sep 2

9:00 am - 12:00 pmStream I – Building blocks of successful sim: workshop

Foundation course for educators with minimal experience in the implementation, design, and delivery of sim. Perfect for the educator who has taught as faculty on some sim based coursed but not received formal training in sim and wants to take the next steps into setting up sim in their work setting.

Spurr, Brazil, Summers
9:00 am - 12:00 pmStream II - So you think you can dance (sim)? : workshop

Advanced course for educators who are running simulation on a regular basis and have a robust understanding of the elements
of design and implementation of simulation programs.

Spurr, Brazil, Summers
1:00 pm - 1:50 pmExpert Feedback Delivery - Avoiding the Praise Sandwich: presentation

Examining various models of feedback for in different contexts

Pascoe, Tolo
1:50 pm - 2:10 pmBreak
2:10 pm - 4:00 pmExpert Feedback Delivery - Avoiding the Praise Sandwich: workshop

A practical session involving role play and practice of different
models of feedback

Pascoe, Tolo

Sep 3

9:00 am - 9:30 amDon’t Let My Story Be Your Story: presentationRogers
9:30 am - 9:50 amZenMed: presentation

How well do I understand myself and how I manage the world? How unique is my work environment to everyone else?
Am I at risk because of the work I do?
How does stress and distress affect my body and behaviors?

Crowe, Rogers, Fisher
9:50 am - 10:10 amBreak
10:10 am - 12:00 pmZenMed: workshop

Developing a concept of resilience and capacity building for me Developing a wellness plan for the future.

Crowe, Rogers, Fisher
12:00 pm - 1:00 pmLunch
1:00 pm - 1:50 pmTeaching Procedural Skills: presentation and workshop

Describe and apply the steps to perform task analysis when
teaching psychomotor skills

TBC
1:50 pm - 2:10 pmBreak
2:10 pm - 3:00 pmSlide Design: presentation

Understanding of the structure of presentations and the concept
of the science behind failure of current concepts

Rezaie
3:00 pm - 4:00 pmTeaching Small Groups: presentation and workshop

Describe the most effective ways to manage a small group

TBC
4:00 pm - 4:30 pmSummary and wrap upRogers, Rezaie

The Course
Think of The Teaching Course as a medical education, social media, and digital media extravaganza designed for any healthcare professional looking to make a difference in the world of their learners. Whether you're a physician, nurse, medic, or student, The Teaching Course is for you.

The Faculty
The Teaching Course Faculty are what set us apart. We've gathered world-renowned educators known for their enthusiastic, energetic, and passionate approach to medical education.

Scroll down to see the current lineup of amazing educators in this year's lineup.

Why We're Awesome
You could say it's because of the learner-centered approach we take to designing the curriculum, the extensive interactivity and energy built into every lecture and workshop, or even the opportunity to network with a group of like-minded individuals. But really, it's because of YOU!

Accommodation arrangements for The Teaching Course – Melbourne

The Teaching Course will be held at Citadines on Bourke in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.

We have held rooms for The Teaching Course delegates at a preferred conference rate of $205pn for a studio deluxe apartment.

For bookings and enquiries, please call the hotel directly on +613 9660 5463 or email lorraine.george@the-ascott.com, quoting TTC Downunder or booking code 18143261

All rooms must be released by the 31/07/17 so please ensure that you have reserved your room prior to this date.

The Teaching Institute
The Team

Course Faculty

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer
@EM_Educator
Rob Rogers
Co-Founder
@srrezaie
Salim Rezaie
Clinical Nurse Consultant ICU
Redcliffe & Caboolture Hospitals
@Inject_Orange
Jesse Spurr
Oslerphile intensivist and emergency physician suffering from a bad case of knowledge dipsosis
@precordialthump
Chris Nickson
Paediatric Surgeon, Surgical Oncology, Neonatal Surgery and Trauma, Sheffield Children's Hospital
@ffolliet
Ross Fisher
Medical Education Research Fellow, Division of Emergency Medicine at The University of Washington
@jeff__riddell
Jeff Riddell
PhD Candidate, School of Medicine, The University of Queensland, Australia
Advanced Clinician Social Worker
Paediatric Intensive Care Unit
@LizCrowe2
Liz Crowe
Emergency physician and medical educator - simulation, clinical skills, and technology
@SocraticEM
Victoria Brazil
Meducation Master
@IanMeducator
Ian Summers
Faculty
@i_c_Sound
Suean Pascoe
Faculty
@UltraOriana
Oriana Tolo
Paul Grinzi
Andy Tagg
The Legacy Program

The Teaching Course is happy to announce that we have Legacy Program spots available for this course. If you have ever paid for one of our courses you can come to this one for FREE. We only have one spot left, so contact us at info@flippingmeded.com if you are interested.

The Teaching Course will change the way you think about teaching.

 

 

Registration
Select your country:

Option 1

$2,195 USD

Faculty, attending, consultants

Option 2

$1,095 USD

Residents / registrars, nurses, prehospital professionals, allied health

Extras

PCubed Precon (Aug 31 - full day)

$995 USD

Presentation Hackathon (Aug 31 - 1/2 day)

$495 USD

This event carries the following accreditation:

RACGP | Activity Number 91806, Category 1, 40 points.

Contact Us

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