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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.
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Sep 17, 2012
This year’s contributions include a commentary by John R. Boulet and NVMO paper, “Six formats in simulated and standardized patients use, based on experiences of 13 undergraduate medical curricula in Belgium and the Netherlands”.
Sep 04, 2012
Those who attended AMEE 2012 are invited to complete the AMEE 2012 Conference Evaluation.
Aug 28, 2012
Tuesday morning’s first plenary session focused on Science In Medical Education and was presented by Prof Aviad Haramati from Georgetown University Medical School, Washington DC.
Aug 27, 2012
In this symposium Brian Hodges, Ming-Jung Ho, Tina Martimianakis and Christophe Seqouin suggested a variety of lenses or discourses through which globalisation...
Aug 25, 2012
Those attending AMEE 2012 are invited to share their views of the conference on the MedEdWorld Forums. The MedEdWorld Forums are open to all to browse, however, only registered users can contribute.
Aug 20, 2012
The AMEE 2012 conference now has a record number of participants registered to attend the meeting with over 3050 participants registered to take part in the conference from 106 different countries.
Aug 16, 2012
Those presenting at #AMEE2012 may be interested in this video, QR codes for presenters: What they are and how to use them.
Aug 13, 2012
The August issue of Medical Teacher features, Guiding principles for the development of global health education curricula in undergraduate medical education, as a free article along with seven free webpapers.
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