Programme

Programme Workshops Posters Accommodation Getting there

 

Monday 4 September 2017

receptionFrom 18.00 Registration desk open
An EACH welcome desk will be manned from 6pm in the University foyer to register participants and answer any questions you may have.

18.00 – 19.30 Welcome drinks reception
Enjoy a relaxing drink in the beautiful Herringham Hall at Regent’s University. A great opportunity to meet the other participants on an informal basis.

 

Tuesday 5 September 2017

Details of the workshops can be viewed here.

08.30 – 09.30 Opening Talk
“Mirror, mirror on the wall” online persuasion and its implication for health communication
Sara Rubinelli, Assistant Professor in Health Communication, University of Lucerne, Switzerland

09.30 – 13.00 Morning workshops
A morning coffee break will be provided in Herringham Hall & Knapp Gallery where participants also have the opportunity to view the poster exhibition.

T1 Communication in healthcare training: effective workshop design and facilitation
Marcy Rosenbaum & Jonathan Silverman
T2 Breaking the taboo: bringing the personal into teaching communication and reflection on death, dying and grief
Veronica Selleger & Bryan Vernon
T3 Workplace based assessment of clinicial communication
Geurt Essers & Claudia Kiessling
R3 Investigating interactions in sequences from clinical settings: how to study health provider responses to patient’s emotional and informative needs
Gerry Humprhris & Lidia Del Piccolo
R4 Qualitative Research: the practical guide to starting a Grounded Theory study from first principles
Barry Gibson
P1 Change your healthcare organisation: Developing a strategic blueprint for communication interventions
Peter Martin & Megan Chiswell

13.00 – 14.00 Buffet Lunch
Finger buffet lunch served in Herringham Hall & Knapp Gallery

14.00 – 15.00 Poster Viewing
Knapp Gallery

15.00 – 18.30 Afternoon Workshops
An afternoon coffee break will be provided in Herringham Hall & Knapp Gallery where participants also have the opportunity to view the poster exhibition.

T4 Toying with emotions: using improvisational theatre to teach empathy and communication skills Amy Zelenski, Mariah Quinn & Jane Addington
T5 Integrating diversity into communication skills training
Andy Ward & Nisha Dogra
R1 Experimental patient-provider research, a video based approach
Marij Hillen & Leonie Visser
R2 Conversation Analysis as a method to improve healthcare communication
Tom Koole & Mike Huiskes
R3 Investigating interactions in sequences from clinical settings: how to study health provider responses to patient’s emotional and informative needs
Gerry Humprhris & Lidia Del Piccolo
P2 Knowledge translation in health communication: linking research, policy and practice
Sara Rubinelli & Nicola Diviani

19.00 – 21.00 BBQ Dinner
Enjoy a BBQ on the Brasserie Lawns. A cash bar will be available until 22.00

Wednesday 6 September 2017

09.00 – 12.30 Morning workshops
A morning coffee break will be provided in Herringham Hall & Knapp Gallery where participants also have the opportunity to view the poster exhibition.

T1 Communication in healthcare training: effective workshop design and facilitation
Marcy Rosenbaum & Jonathan Silverman
T2 Breaking the taboo: bringing the personal into teaching communication and reflection on death, dying and grief
Veronica Selleger & Bryan Vernon
T5 Integrating diversity into communication skills training
Andy Ward & Nisha Dogra
R4 Qualitative Research: the practical guide to starting a Grounded Theory study from first principles
Barry Gibson
R5 Introduction to research about communication skills learning in the workplace
Noelle Junod Perron & Myriam Deveugele
P2 Knowledge translation in health communication: linking research, policy and practice
Sara Rubinelli & Nicola Diviani

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch
Finger buffet lunch served in Herringham Hall & Knapp Gallery

13.30 – 14.30 Poster Viewing
Knapp Gallery

14.30 – 18.00 Afternoon Workshops
An afternoon coffee break will be provided in Herringham Hall & Knapp Gallery where participants also have the opportunity to view the poster exhibition

T3 Workplace based assessment of clinicial communication
Geurt Essers & Claudia Kiessling
T4 Toying with emotions: using improvisational theatre to teach empathy and communication skills Amy Zelenski, Mariah Quinn & Jane Addington
R1 Experimental patient-provider research, a video based approach
Marij Hillen & Leonie Visser
R2 Conversation Analysis as a method to improve healthcare communication
Tom Koole & Mike Huiskes
R5 Introduction to research about communication skills learning in the workplace
Noelle Junod Perron & Myriam Deveugele
P1 Change your healthcare organisation: Developing a strategic blueprint for communication interventions
Peter Martin & Megan Chiswell

18.00 – 18.30 Closing Feedback Session
Herringham Hall