Education conference 2017: Education as a vehicle for change

6 December 2017

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Regents Park, London

UCLPartners education conference 2017 will explore the theme of ‘education as a vehicle for change’.

The aim of the conference is to bring together people from different disciplines and specialties, across different areas of healthcare, to consider how education can drive change. We think that it is important to embrace collaboration and innovation, particularly as we try to navigate the ever changing NHS, and we hope that by sharing good practice from local and national examples, we can open up an interesting discussion about the way forward for education and training.

The key areas that the conference will address are: digital and innovative approaches in education and healthcare, leadership education, integration across health and social care and primary and secondary care interfaces and multi-professional and inter-professional education – what works and why?


As in previous years, we are intending to obtain RCP CPD accreditation for the conference.


The programme for the day will be released shortly.


If you have any questions please contact


We are offering early bird tickets for a limited time. Click here to book now!

Patients and carers are encouraged and welcome to attend. If you are a patient or a carer interested in attending, please contact


We are accepting abstracts for poster presentations on the following themes:

  • Innovative and digital approaches in healthcare education
  • Education across professional boundaries – health/social care, primary/secondary care and inter-professional working

Please note that we will be selecting a considerably smaller number of posters to ensure that all accepted entries are given ample opportunity to be displayed and presented to the judging panel.

The abstract form can be downloaded by clicking here. Please be sure to adhere to the guidelines set out in the form or your entry may be disqualified.

The closing date for submission is Friday 6 October 2017 at 5pm.