Facilitating

What Is A Facilitator?
A facilitator essentially is a 'host' for a specific session at the GPCE. Having a facilitator present in the sessions adds structure and a point of contact for the delegates attending the GPCE.

Who can be a Facilitator?
• Medical Students

What are the benefits of being a Facilitator?
As an incentive, the GPCE provides student facilitators with complimentary access to the conference on one day (they are required to facilitate on the other two days).

What is the Facilitator's role?
• Arriving at the nominated session at least 10 minutes prior
• Introducing the speaker, session title and ALM category where appropriate
• Facilitating question time
• Thanking all delegates at the end of the session and reminding them to complete their accreditation documentation
• Keeping the session in order and running on schedule at all times.

How can you register?
For more information or to apply to be a Facilitator, please contact Nick Wolf via nicholas.wolf@reedmedicaleducation.com.au.

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