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On Friday February 7th, 2020, you are welcome to attend the 4th Lifelong Learning, Education & Assessment Research Network (LEARN) symposium at the University Medical Center Groningen.
In 2015, the research group LEARN (Lifelong Learning, Education & Assessment Research Network) has been established to contribute to healthcare by advancing health professions education through high quality multidisciplinary research. LEARN aims to bring communities together and create a platform to share knowledge, expertise, experience, research findings and to learn from each other.
The goal of this symposium is to interact, exchange research interests and results, share experiences with evidence-based education, discuss and debate strategy and policy issues and get to know each other better. So, we welcome all interested in medical and health professions education. The symposium will be a full-day event and the of?cial language will be English.
We are pleased to announce that this symposium represents the collaboration of all teaching hospitals involved in postgraduate education in our region (OOR-NO). To celebrate the participation of the OOR-NO in the LEARN symposium, the joint directors of the teaching hospitals have endorsed an annual lecture by an international keynote speaker at this symposium. We are proud to announce that this lecture will bear the name of professor Rein Zwierstra, the first dean of Medical and Postgraduate Education at the UMCG. At the LEARN symposium, the Rein Zwierstra lecture will be held by Prof. dr. Chris Watling, a leading scientist in the field of medical education, exploring the individual and sociocultural influences on how feedback, direct observation, and coaching play out in clinical settings. He is Director of the Centre for Education Research and Innovation and Professor in the Departments of Oncology and Clinical Neurological Sciences at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada.