Our 2022 program
Enlighten, empower and emancipate: planting the seeds to future proof our professions
This year’s Colloquium will focus on equipping students with the right tools that will empower them to disrupt current ways of thinking when they enter the workforce.
Student and preceptor perspectives
We're yet to see whether students and newly registered health care workers have had the necessary breadth and depth of pre-pandemic experiences to prepare them for future practice. We'll hear their experiences to find common themes.
creating agents of change
How do we empower students to take action and disrupt current ways of thinking? We’ll hear from experts on how they are transforming curriculum to enlighten, empower and emancipate students.
building resilience and leadership
Are we preparing graduates to be resilient? How do we create future leaders? We'll workshop ways we can further develop resilience and professionalism in our students and workplaces.
Has the pandemic made health practitioners more or less visible? What are the consequences of students turning their cameras off in their online classes? Has our professionalism become invisible or more visible? We'll explore the debates around the invisibility cloak.
Committing to change - Outcome statement
What is the point of our Colloquium if not for change? Our event is highly interactive. Your experiences and your voice are at the core of what makes the Colloquium unique. This year, we'll workshop an outcome statement, making a public commitment on concrete ways to create a resilient and professional health workforce. This statement will hold us accountable as accreditation bodies and education providers.
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