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Free Paper Presentations

For the purpose of promoting exchange of information and ideas on educational research projects and innovations, the Conference has invited Free Paper submissions relating to any aspect of medicine or health sciences education. Submissions may be medical/health sciences education research projects or descriptions of innovations in medical/health sciences education.

 

Please click HERE to view the full list of Free Paper Presentations.

 

 

Awards

 

All accepted abstracts will be assessed by a panel of judges based on the following criteria:

  • Creativity and clarity of presentation
  • Methodology
  • Results and conclusion
  • Originality, innovative research or practice
  • Significance and impact on medical education

 

The presentation ranking the highest in score will be awarded the Best Free Paper Presentation Award.

 

Delegates will be given opportunity to vote for their favourite free paper presentations. The most popular presentation will be given the People’s Choice Award.

 

 

Awardees of Best Free Paper Presentation Award:

 

 

No. Title Presenter PDF Video
1 Back to the future of feedback: Exploring the potential impact of a technology-assisted student feedback tool on medical educators and their self-development Miss Hoi Yan Corliss Wong
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
3 Please STAY and LISTEN- our students’ mental wellness during the rapid social changes. Dr Maggie Mee Kie Chan
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
10 Evaluating online learning engagement of nursing students – A pilot study Dr Siu Ling Polly Chan
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
15 Combining e-learning platform with web conferencing – a novel approach to running a “virtual” Radiology Workshop for undergraduates in the COVID-19 era. Dr Wan Hang Keith Chiu
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
18 Students’ Performance and Perceptions on an Online Interprofessional Education in Hong Kong Mr Kelvin Kai Hin Fan
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
38 Pandemic Putting Training Programmes Through Their Paces: A Novel Model to Prepare Trainees for the MRCP (UK) PACES Examination Dr Shaowen, Joshua Lee
National Healthcare Group Residency Programme
pdf video
39 Reacting to COVID-19: Changing a face-to-face revision course to screen-to-screen Dr Daniel Puntis
Worthing Hospital
pdf video
40 A national evaluation of how prepared and confident medical students and foundation year doctors feel prior to starting their surgical jobs Miss Jessica Shea
School of Clinical Medicine
University of Cambridge
pdf video
44 The First MRCS Revision Course Delivered On A Virtual Platform Mr Manuk Wijeyaratne
Musgrove Park Hospital
pdf video
54 The impact of simulation on pre-graduated medical education of gynaecology and obstetrics Prof Cristina Nogueira-Silva
School of Medicine
University of Minho
pdf video
57 Towards innovative health care education: teaching smart technology concepts Dr Maggie Mee Kie Chan
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video

 

 

Awardees of People’s Choice Award:

 

No. Title Presenter PDF Video
3 Please STAY and LISTEN- our students’ mental wellness during the rapid social changes. Dr Maggie Mee Kie Chan
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
4 Using Virtual reality-based simulation (VR) to enhance nursing students’ clinical reasoning in caring Dementia patient. Dr Maggie Mee Kie Chan
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video
36 A Virtual Teaching Clinic in Obstetrics and Gynaecology during COVID-19 pandemic – using simulated patients to teach history taking and patient management Dr Sofie Shuk-fei Yung
LKS Faculty of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong
pdf video