ICME was launched in 2009 to provide a credible platform for interaction of experts in Health Profession Education and those from developing countries aspiring to reform Health Profession Education in their countries to bring it at par with international standards.
To maintain excellence by building a culture of educational scholarship and research
To help inculcate ethics and professionalism in medical students and professionals
To explore and implement innovations and best practices pedagogical skills
To develop curricula based on most modern educational standards and learning strategies
To share and learn from leading experts in medical and health professions education
By the end of the conference the participants will be able to:
Understand internal and external challenges confronting health professions education issues both nationally and internationally.
Develop strategies and recommendations to cope with the future context based challenges by using the best evidence based medical education.
Share the challenges & issues in; growth of knowledge, societal issues, technology evolution, student’s involvement and support in curriculum, health care reform, accreditations and social accountability.
Suggest the strategies to deal with the challenges & issues in curriculum implementation, student’s assessment, teaching and learning, teaching & assessment of professionalism, program evaluation, role of leadership and outcomes of faculty development programs.
Who should attend?
Vice Chancellors of Medical Universities
Deans & Principals of Medical, Dental, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Institutions.
Health Professions Educationalists
Allied Health Professionals
Public & Private Institutional Policy Makers
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students