UK Council for Clinical Communication

The UK Council for Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education was set up over 20 years ago and consists of representatives from all UK medical schools’  Clinical Communication teachers. Each medical school can nominate up to 4 representatives who have access to this website which contains excellent teaching resources for clinical communication and an active discussion forum with peers.

There are educational meetings twice a year that are free for members to attend. Each school has two votes at UKCCC meetings. Member institutions also receive free attendance for 2 representatives to the highly valued UK Clinical Communication conference every 2 years, worth £500. Most importantly, it provides an invaluable network of colleagues who are all motivated and working towards excellence in Clinical Communication teaching.

  • We enable good teaching practice to be shared and encourage research and development of effective teaching in clinical communication.
  • We support the development of teaching materials, hold a bank of scenarios and publish on clinical communication teaching and strategy.

We welcome membership from all UK medical schools, for more information please email: ukccc.adm@outlook.com

Our UKCCC officers are:

Chair: Janet Lefroy

Vice Chair: Harvey Wells

Secretaries: Vacant post

Treasurers: Ching-Wa Chung and Leeanne Bodkin

Engagement Officer: Caroline Sprake

Administrator: Claire Mimnagh: ukccc.adm@outlook.com

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Abstract Book and Programme

UK Conference for Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education Please find attached the abstract book and programme: Conference Schedule Programme Conference Abstract Book

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UKCCC Conference programme & reminder to register

Dear All, I am delighted to attach a draft of the conference programme. Please email if you notice any clashes/challenges/missed abstracts:  manchesterugccc@gmail.com Authors for oral presentations should be the one presenting, I have taken this from the person who submitted the abstract – please provide any corrections. The programme may be subject to changes [although the […]