The NAEP conference takes place on Friday 21 April 2017 at The Studio in Birmingham. This year’s title is ‘Making the case for practice education’.
In the current changing landscape, as demands for health and social care education increase and priorities change, new challenges and opportunities present themselves.
Now, perhaps more than ever, we need to ensure that practice education remains high on the agenda, evidencing innovation and quality as well as responsiveness to changes in practice and future needs.
Download the conference proceedings
The theme of the 2017 conference is ‘Making the case for practice education’.
Conference proceedings including information on presentations, posters and discussions can be downloaded before the event using the link below.
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The conference is a supportive, interprofessional space to explore questions and innovations through creative and interactive oral or poster presentations.
We welcome contributions from a variety of voices from practice. Whether you are a student, an educator or service user, if you have or are working on research or developing ideas and would be keen to present your work, we would like to hear from you.
- Professor Elizabeth Anderson, responsible for interprofessional education and patient safety at Leicester Medical School
- Netta Lloyd-Jones, Head of practice education in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
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- Working in partnership to build placement capacity
- Assessment for learning in practice in a shifting landscape
- Research in practice education
Abstract submissions now closed
Abstract submissions for this year’s conference have now closed.
Book your place
You can book your place at the conference from Monday 21 November using the Eventbrite booking link below.