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This prize recognises talent and ingenuity displayed by those embarking on a career in medical education.

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The prize recognises talent and ingenuity displayed by those embarking on a career in medical education. The prize will be primarily focused on recognising teaching, but consideration will be given to entries that showcase other relevant educational activity.

Candidates will self-nominate through the application process to demonstrate their teaching innovation and excellence. The application will consist of a structured written application form and may be supported by links to other appropriate media (e.g. websites, video or additional materials to help illustrate the innovation). Group applications will be considered, but the input of each individual within the group must be made explicitly clear and only one member of the group will be able to present for the prize if shortlisted.

Applicants may be asked to provide a named supporter (e.g. educational supervisor or mentor) to provide further supporting evidence after shortlisting.

Shortlisted entrants will then be invited to give a ten-minute presentation followed by five minutes of questions at the ASME Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 8th - 10th July 2020 in Liverpool, to a panel of judges and an audience as part of the TIE Prize intra-conference session.

In order to be eligible to enter, candidates must be:

An individual ASME/TASME member

One of the below:
A medical educator still in training, such as a clinical teaching fellow, a doctor or other healthcare professional with a formal educational role, or a trainee who teaches medical students.
A health professions educator who does not hold a substantive post.
A basic scientist who teaches health professions students but does not hold a substantive post.

This list is not exhaustive. If you are unsure about eligibility please email [email protected]

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