Self-Regulated Learning – all you ever wanted to know

On behalf of CAMERA and DES, we are delighted to announce that Prof John Sandars will visit PU PSMD on 20th Nov 2015 to deliver a workshop on Self-Regulated Learning. John is Professor in Medical Education and Director of Research in the Academic Unit of Medical Education at the University of Sheffield. He qualified from the University of Sheffield in 1975 and, after training in hospital medicine, entered General Practice in 1980. He became a part time lecturer at the University of Manchester in 1994 and was appointed Director of E-learning in Health in the Evidence for Population Health Unit. He was Associate Professor, Associate Director for Student Support and Academic lead for e-learning in the Leeds Institute of Medical Education from 2004 to 2014. John has a major research and development interest in the use self-regulated learning in medical education, especially the use of SRL microanalysis.

This workshop will begin with a presentation to provide an overview of the principles and importance of self-regulated learning (SRL)  in medical education. The application of SRL in the identification and improvement of performance will be presented, with an emphasis on both academic and clinical performance at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There will be a focus on practical applications of SRL but with a sound theoretical underpinning. Following the short presentation, there will be opportunities to actively discuss and share the participant’s experiences of using SRL in medical education.

Booking Information:
Date: 20/11/2015
Time: 9:30 – 11:45
Venue: Rolle 116

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