Starting date: 23/05/2019 08:00:00 Ending date: 24/05/2019 17:00:00 Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Summary: The conference is a low-cost event that focuses on building research collaborations between institutions that conduct med ed research. In addition, they have arranged a series of sessions, in which PhD students can get feedback from senior med ed scientists.
Description: Scope and Aims

The scope of the RIME 2019 aims to strengthen research collaborations between medical education scientists in Europe and to provide a platform, through which junior scientists can receive feedback and mentorship for their research projects.


Practical Issues

The conference is planned for Thursday May 23rd (starting at 2 pm) to Friday May 24th (ending at 4 pm). The venue is the Herlev Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.


People

We invite all researchers in medical education and clinical educators to join. In particular, we invite PhD students and junior researchers to participate and present their latest work.

The format and the focus of the conference will be on strengthening research collaborations between education researchers in Europe as well as to provide a platform, through which PhD students may get feedback on their work.


Structure of Contents

The content of the conference will include keynotes from invited faculty and Rogano-inspired sessions, in which PhD students can present their work-in-progress and get feedback from leading experts in the field as well as pre-review of their work from the conference participants.

The focus will be on how to solve typical problems in research projects and how an international audience is going to receive the work that is being developed. This way, we hope that PhD students may have a unique opportunity for getting feedback and advice from an audience of experts and peer researchers to discuss challenges and problems in research.


Scientific Content

The themes for the RIME 2019 conference are going to be Clinical reasoning, Work-place based learning, and Simulation.

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