Programme

Day 1 - Friday, 16 March 2018

Keynote LecturesShaw Auditorium
Chairs : T.F. FOK, Francis CHAN

09:00 - Welcome
09:10 -
Entering the New World of Medicine: Challenges and Opportunities
David ROTHMAN, Columbia University
09:40 -
10:10
Integration, not Assimilation: The Prophetic Role of Ethics in Medical Education
Alastair CAMPBELL, National University of Singapore

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Bioethics Teaching in the Asia Pacific - A SurveySeminar Room (1/F)
Chairs : Robert KLITZMAN, Barbra ROTHSCHILD
10:10 -
11:40
- Alastair CAMPBELL
- Amar JESANI
- Joong Hiong SIM
- Daniel TSAI
- Yali CONG
- Eisuke NAKAZAWA

Workshop 1Kai Chong Tong
10:10 -
11:40
Attendance in Medical School: What can it teach us, What are we doing about it and What should we be doing about it?
Facilitators: Mary LAWSON
Dominique MARTIN
Natasha PARKIN

 

Workshop 2Room 301 (3/F)
10:10 -
11:40
Broadening Undergraduate Medical/Health Professions Education
Facilitators: Kulsoom GHIAS
Anita ALLANA
Rukhsana ALI

 

Free Papers - Assessment 1Shaw Auditorium
Chairs : Tony NELSON, Tony MAK
10:10 -
Enhancing Reliability of OSCE through Standardized Patient (SP) Training
Nurashikin MOH DAT, University of Malaya
10:25 - Assessment for Learning: Experiences from a Private Medical College in Pakistan
Rashida AHMED, Aga Khan University, Karachi
10:40 - Development & Validation of the FAT4CP© Assessment Tool: Assessing Knowledge, Attitude and Confidence (KAC) amongst Childcare Providers in First Aid
Juliana NORSHAM, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
10:55 - A Comparison of Students’ Entry Qualifications with Their Performance in the First Professional Examination at Universiti Kuala Lumpur Royal College of Medicine Perak, Malaysia
Emdadul HAQUE, Universiti Kuala Lumpurr Royal College of Medicine Perak
11:10 - An Assessment Model of Medical Graduates’ Core Competency Development based on SERVQUAL Theory in China
Guiyin ZHUANG, Shantou University Medical College
11:25 -
11:40
Aligning Assessment with Learning Outcomes in Outcome Based Education
Rohini KARUNAKARAN, AIMST University, Malaysia

 


coffee breakFoyer

11:40 - 12:00

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Bioethics Teaching in the Asia Pacific - A Survey (continued)
Seminar Room (1/F)
Chairs : Robert KLITZMAN, Barbra ROTHSCHILD
12:00 -
13:15
- Evie KENDAL
- Kulsoom GHIAS
- Maude PHIPPS
- Mengfeng LI
- Pacifico CALDERON
- Sara BERGSTRESSER

Workshop 1 (continued)
Kai Chong Tong
12:00 -
13:15
Attendance in Medical School: What can it teach us, What are we doing about it and What should we doing about it? (continued)
Facilitators: Mary LAWSON
Dominique MARTIN
Natasha PARKIN

 

Workshop 2 (continued)
Room 301 (3/F)
12:00 -
13:15
Broadening Undergraduate Medical/Health Professions Education (continued)
Facilitators: Kulsoom GHIAS
Anita ALLANA
Rukhsana ALI

 

Free Papers - Assessment 2Shaw Auditorium
Chairs : Martin WONG, Radha RAGHUPATHY
12:00 -
Relationship Between First Year Medical Students Results And Their Entrance MMI Scores: A Pilot Study
Ya Chee LIM, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
12:15 - Clinical Skill Development And Workplace Based Assessment
Suprava DAS, AIMST University, Malaysia
12:30 - The Construction of Attitude-Skill-Knowledge (ASK) Core Competency Model for Chinese Medical Graduate Development Quality Assessment
Zihua LI, Shantou University Medical College
12:45 -
13:00
Digital Image Based OSCE Examination: An Efficient and Effective Method of Assessment of Undergraduate Students in Dermatology
Mariette DSOUZA, AIMST University, Malaysia

 


LunchFoyer

13:15 - 14:00

Keynote LecturesShaw Auditorium
Chairs : Samuel WONG, Stephanie HOLMQUIST

14:00 -

Leadership in Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice
Charlotte REES, Monash University
14:30 -
15:00
Professionalism, Need for this and How to Teach / Assess this
Kichu NAIR, Newcastle University

PARALLEL SESSIONS
Chairs : Carmen CHAN, Vivian LEE

Symposium on Medical EducationShaw Auditorium
15:00 -
The Essence of Workplace-based Assessment
Cees VAN DER VLEUTEN, Maastricht University
15:30 - Workplace-based Assessment; Our Experience over the past 7 Years
Kichu NAIR, Newcastle University
16:00 - Restorative Approach to Interns Flagged for Ethical and Professional Issues
Shekhar KUMTA, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
16:30 -
17:00
Improving the Quality of Medical Education Research
Charlotte REES, Monash University


Workshop 3Room 301 (3/F)
15:00 -
Flipped Classroom – From Theory to Real-life Action
Facilitators: Albert LI
Paul LAI
Isabel HWANG
Heyson CHAN
Yuen Keng NG
Jacqueline YUEN
     
     
     
     
Free Papers - Bioethics Kai Chong Tong
Chairs : Helen CHAN, Sara BERGSTRESSER
15:00 -
Evaluation of Effectiveness of a Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum in an Undergraduate Medical College
Kulsoom GHIAS, Aga Khan University, Karachi
15:15 - Application of Structured Critical Incident Report in Clinical Ethics Case Conference
Hou-Chang CHIU, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
15:30 - An Ethical Dilemma? : How Donor Dissection Impacts Healthcare Students’ Perceptions of Ethics
Georgina STEPHENS, Monash University
15:45 - Gender Sensitive Medical Education: Experiences of a Private Medical College in Pakistan
Nargis ASAD, Aga Khan University, Karachi
16:00 - Moral Distress in Medical Students: What Ethical Dilemmas did Hong Kong Medical Students Identify in their Clinical Clerkships?
Julie CHEN, The University of Hong Kong
16:15 - PowerPoint In Medical Education: Technology and Conceptual Framing
Sara BERGSTRESSER, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
16:30 - The Potentiality of Drama Education and Multidisciplinary Arts Project in Medical Bioethics Education
Amy CHAN, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
16:45 - Humanizing Medicine through Curriculum Transformation
Joong Hiong SIM, University of Malaya
17:00 -
Medical Interns’ Experiences of Open Disclosure after Medication Error: Accepting, Preserving, and Promoting the Culture of Error in Healthcare
Stuart LANE, Sydney Medical School
17:15 - A Code of Ethics for Physicians Utilizing Social Media
Pacifico CALDERON, Perpetual Help College of Manila
17:30 -
17:45
Ethics Ward Round in Multi-institutional Education Settings: Challenges and Opportunities
Tamra LYSAGHT, National University of Singapore
   
Free Papers - Teaching and Learning 1Seminar Room (1/F)
Chairs : Carmen WONG, Yvonne CHENG
15:00 -
Accreditation For Medical School Clinical Medicine Programmes in Mainland China – A Painstaking but Expectedly Effective Approach to Quality Improvement
Mengfeng LI, Sun Yat-sen University
15:15 - E-Motivation and Environmental Sustainability: The Future of Medical Curriculum?
Peter MUSAEUS, Aarhus University, Denmark
15:30 - An Appraisal Study of Innovative Communication Training for Medical Students: A Curriculum Design featured with Evidenced based Malpractice Cases
Hui-Ching WENG, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
15:45 - Kern’s Six Step Approach to Develop a Curriculum in Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Undergraduate Medical Students
Rajashree R, Gadag Institution of Medical Sciences, India
16:00 - Job Stress among Medical College Teachers
Rajashree R, Gadag Institution of Medical Sciences, India
16:15 - How to Give Effective Feedback in Student Evaluation of Teaching
Che AZIZ, University of Malaya
16:30 - The Impact of Interprofessional Education in the Community
Vivian LEE, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
16:45 - Factors that Make Formative Feedback more Effective in Clinical Teaching
Benjamin EARNEST, Taylor’s University, Malaysia
17:00 -
Students’ Perception of Undergraduate Educational Environment in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Jaffna- Periodical Assessment Using DREEM
Gitanjali SATHIADAS, University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka
17:15 -
A Study to Evaluate the Awareness of Hepatitis B Disease among Undergraduate Dental Students
Jagjit DHALIWAL , Universiti Brunei Darussalam
17:30 -
17:45
Involving Health Care Students in a Community Project to Promote Breastfeeding
Nurolaini KIFLI, Universiti Brunei Darussalam