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Stephanie Strachan is a critical care consultant at King’s College Hospital and an honorary senior lecturer at King’s College London. Stephanie has an extensive interest in medical education with particular expertise in assessment; she is an external examiner for undergraduate medicine at Keele University, a marker for postgraduate medical education at University of Dundee and a member of the examination board for the national Prescribing Skills Assessment for final year MBBS students. She is also currently forming her own company which plans to introduce an innovative app that encourages learning in the clinical environment in a patient safe way.Stephanie has published and reviewed a number of journal articles, editorials and book chapters in both critical care and medical education.

The art in medical education projectis exciting as it meets her idealistic attitude towards life and learning medicine – innovative, creative, thought-provoking and about people, whilst helping learners become more resilient and able to navigate and manage a lifetime in modern medicine – a tough challenge.

Having recently completed a collaborative visual arts-based project which was new to medical education and aimed to promote empathy and resilience in medical students, artist Emma Barnard, consultant Stephanie Strachan and medical student Katharine Stambollouian will be discussing the importance and relevance of art in medical education and their learning from the project pilot.
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