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This section provides updates on the activities of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). AMEE is a worldwide organisation with members in 90 countries.
To find out more information about AMEE and AMEE activities, please visit www.amee.org.
Sep 02, 2020
AMEE is forming a new SIG for health educators interested in optimizing educational programming in patient safety (PS) and quality improvement (QI).
May 29, 2020
For the AMEE Simulation Committee Professor Gerard Gormley provides a report on the current developments in Simulation at Queen’s University Belfast.
For the AMEE Simulation Committee Dr. Dominique Piquette reports on a trial to use simulation to assess resident learning during ICU rotation in Canada
For the AMEE Simulation Committee Dr. Paul Murphy presents a report on simulation-based teaching and research at Queen’s University, Belfast
May 05, 2020
I am honoured to be a member of AMEE, which I believe is the pre-eminent world-wide organisation promoting excellence in clinical education amongst the professions.
Irma E. Erana-Students’ struggles with pathology lead me to innovate in education. Thereafter, I started my informal and later formal training in MedEd; as an AFAMEE I hope to continue learning and inspiring others to do the same.
May 01, 2020
The AMEE Research Committee is pleased to invite you to submit a proposal for the AMEE Grant for Medical Educators working in Resource Constrained Settings (MERCS grant).
Apr 03, 2020
Dr. Fornari is the Associate Dean of Educational Skills Development, ZSOM and VP of Faculty Development at Northwell Health. Her faculty development role aligns the UME, GME and CPD continuum. She uses her professional time to mentor on educational research
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