Med-Chi Lecture : Medical Education in the time of Covid-19

Thursday 3rd December 2020Medico chirurgical society crest
Via Zoom Meeting at 7.00 pm
Non members welcome

Speaker: Professor Alan Denison

Professor Alan Denison graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 1996. Following junior posts in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh, he returned to Aberdeen to train in radiology in 2000.  He developed an interest in medical education and laterly was MBChB Programme Lead and Deputy Director of the Institute of Education for Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition at the University of Aberdeen.

In 2019, he was appointed as Dean of Postgraduate Medicine, NHS Education for Scotland. He is Lead Dean Director in the Scotland Deanery for all doctors training in obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics and in the diagnostics specialties.   He has a regional portfolio covering the north and rural and remote issues in Scotland and at a UK level, he covers renal and infectious disease training.

He continues to work clinically as a consultant radiologist, is a council member of the Academy of Medical Educators and also a GMC Education Associate. He lives in Aberdeen with his family and enjoys running and playing the accordion.

Email medchi.admin@abdn.ac.uk for the Zoom meeting link and for CPD Certification forms.

Follow this link for more information on the Medical Chirurigical Society’s current programme.

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Medical Library, University of Aberdeen

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