Physiology 2019, Aberdeen

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For the first time in 20 years, the Physiological Society’s annual meeting returned to Aberdeen, and the ‘granite city’ provided an excellent venue for the event. Of the 18 symposia delivered on 8–10 July 2019, a substantial proportion focused on the teaching of physiology. This education showcase demonstrated the enthusiasm and innovation of the membership for training the next generation of physiologists. The local organising committee of Dr Guy Bewick and Professor Derek Scott succeeded in integrating the education strand with the other focal strands to develop consideration and conversation about how to deliver education and training to an increasingly large and more diverse student population. The teaching-dedicated Otto Hutter Prize Lecture, daily symposia and poster sessions, combined with professional development sessions involving key educational software providers, meant educators were infused with ideas, suggestions, and innovations and provided with the platforms to deliver them!


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