This annual trans-Tasman conference will be opened by
Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield. Our main theme
'Travelling forward together - He waka eke noa' acknowledges that
all of us involved in medical education and training are in this
A number of topical issues will be discussed under three key
- Transitions and innovations
- Health equity and culturally safety
- Professionalism and wellbeing
There will be a mixture of live-streamed sessions and Q&A,
panel sessions and workshops all delivered through an advanced and
easy to use virtual platform. Sessions will be recorded and
available to participants to view On-Demand for 90 days after the
end of the Forum.
There are three keynote speakers:
Dr Jason Frank (Canada), a clinician-educator whose research
interests include competency-based education, faculty development,
program evaluation and curriculum development.
Dr Rhys Jones (Aotearoa/New Zealand), a public health physician
whose research focuses on ethnic inequalities and indigenous health
in health professional education.
Professor Trudie Roberts (UK), the Immediate Past President of
the Association of Medical Education in Europe who will speak on
issues to do with professionalism and integrity.
The ANZPMEF aims to facilitate collaborative discussions on
medical education and provide a platform to share the challenges
and successes of prevocational medical education. This is an
opportunity to present research and innovations, or to be involved
in topical and informative discussions. Submission of abstracts is
now open and close on 30 June.
For more information and to find out how to submit your abstract
and register, see here.