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MyKnowledgeMap to Exhibit Myprogress at Transform MedEd 2022

On the 11th and 12th November, the Myprogress team from MyKnowledgeMap will be exhibiting at the Transform MedEd event in London.  

Prominent speakers, educators, and innovators in medical education from around the world will be brought together at the conference which takes place at Imperial College London and the Royal Geographical Society, as well as online. 

The themes for this year’s conference are: 

  • Evidence-based education 
  • Humanities and social sciences 
  • Technology-enhanced education 
  • Partnerships in medical education 
  • Bright ideas in medical education 

The keynote speakers are:

Professor Alan Bleakley, Emeritus Professor of Medical Education and Medical Humanities at Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine in the UK is giving the keynote address ‘Humanities and social sciences in medical education theme’. 

Professor David Cook, Professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in the USA is giving the keynote address ‘Evidence-based Education theme’. 

Professor Rachel Ellaway, Professor of Medical Education in Community Health Sciences, and Director of the Office of Health and Medical Education Scholarship at University of Calgary in Canada is giving the keynote address ‘Technology-enhanced education theme’. 

Professor Walter Eppich, Professor and Chair of RCSI SIM, the Centre for Simulation Education and Research at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland is giving the keynote address ‘Partnerships in medical education theme’. 

The full programme can be found here.

Our team will be at the event, demonstrating the Myprogress tool. Myprogress has been developed with leading medical schools from around the world to support medical students throughout their clinical years. Through enabling learners to gather quality feedback in real-time, be proactive in driving their development, and gaining valuable insights from clinicians in practice alongside academic staff on campus, learners feel supported, and can see the progress they are making. Myprogress takes workplace-based learning and assessment to the next level. 

If you’re attending the Transform MedEd event, then please stop by to say hello! We would love to chat about your institution’s needs, trends in workplace-based assessment, pedagogy in general, and most things really! If you would like to book a demonstration of the Myprogress tool at the event please email us at: 

We can’t wait to meet you!

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