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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.
Apr 12, 2019
Dr Helena Filipe tells of her time spent in medical education as a student and how she was driven by a desire for knowledge, which would lead her to CPD both as a student and later as an expert in the subject, leading her to contribute to the founding of the AMEE CPD Committee.
Apr 08, 2019
Kerry Knickle and Nancy McNaughton, Michener Institute of Education at UHN, Toronto, Canada, present a report on the improvement of hospital safety culture through the use of simulation exercises.
A report from the Simulation Committee about Phoebe Lam & Anna Loez-Filici's work with the Anesthesia Simulation Centre to provide multi-disciplinary healthcare professionals with a way to maintain and enhance patient safety practices through ongoing learning.
Mar 21, 2019
Professor Olle ten Cate gives a brief summary of his long-running interest in education even before entering medicine and a few key points in his career prior to collaborating with AMEE, later going on to a position as a member of the AMEE Executive and chair the AMEE Fellowship Committee.
Mar 20, 2019
Professor Michelle McLean details the steps in her career which led to her interest in medical education. She further explains the experiences training around the world, what brought her to begin working alongside AMEE, her contribution to AMEE initiatives, and her inclusion as an AMEE Fellow.
Feb 28, 2019
The Russian AMEE Centre was officially opened on May 15th 2018 in the Sechenov University, the oldest and the largest medical higher education institution in Russia, by the Rector of the Sechenov University, Prof. Petr Glybochko and Prof. Trevor Gibbs, International Development Officer, AMEE.
Feb 11, 2019
The attached letter is from Dr Julie Williamson where she discusses her history of a career in veterinary science, her experience designing and building simulators, and the gateway to a larger field of medical education provided by the AMEE Associate Fellowship.
Dr Tripti Srivastava discusses how, from a medical background, medical education drew her in and what led her to AMEE and its associated initiatives, and ends with what she loves most about having engaged with the Associate Fellowship programme.
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