The NAEP conference takes place on Friday 20 April 2018 at The Studio in Birmingham. This year’s title is ‘Learning in Practice: a critical perspective’.

Investment in the future of the health and social care workforce is everybody’s business, but is not without its challenges, particularly in the current context of scarce resources.

An increased emphasis on values, quality and productivity requires us to work together to find new solutions, optimising capacity by sharing innovation and building on what works well.

The contribution of practice based learning to this agenda is significant and provides the focus for the 2018 conference.

How to submit your abstract

Abstract submissions for the 2018 conference have now closed.

Outcomes and feedback are expected by 12 February 2018.

Conference themes

  • Values-based learning in practice
  • Quality improvement in and through practice learning
  • Enhancing capacity and productivity in and through practice learning

Confirmed speakers (more TBC)

  • Jenny Miller, Chief Executive of University of Dundee-based charity PAMIS, who was the lead at NHS Education for Scotland for the interprofessional Scottish Health and Social Care Team Challenge (SHSCTC)

Information from last year’s conference

The theme of the 2017 conference was ‘Making the case for practice education’.

Please find conference proceedings, information on presentations, posters and discussions below.

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