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Covid-19 - problems and solutions A special interest group designed to be a repository of actions, methods, ideas etc. that faculty have created so that we can share these within the community. This SIG will be led by Trevor Gibbs, AMEE President.
SIGs > Covid-19 - problems and solutions > Speed Mentoring Part 1: Teaching & learning across the continuum in challenging circumstances View modes: 
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AMEE Administrator - 08/04/2020 14:29:27
   
Speed Mentoring Part 1: Teaching & learning across the continuum in challenging circumstances
All Presenters:
Subha Ramani, Harvard Medical School, USA
Margaret Chisolm, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Helena Filipe, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Alice Fornari, Donald and Barbara Zuker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, USA
Elizabeth Kachur, Medical Education Development, Global Consulting, New York, USA
Rashmi Kusurkar, Faculty of Medicine, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Judy McKimm, Swansea University School of Medicine, UK
Vishna Devi Nadarajah, International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Patricia O'Sullivan, University of California, USA
Joan Sargeant, Dalhousie University, Canada
Harish Thampy, University of Manchester, UK
Keith Wilson, Dalhousie University, Canada

Date: 15 April 2020

Time: 1500 hrs UK (GMT+1)

Short Summary: This webinar is the first of a series which uses a virtual speed mentoring format to allow participants to engage in interactive discussions about leading innovative educational initiatives, enhancing skills in promoting effective and efficient teaching, and reflecting on own advancement as teachers and educators under normal and challenging circumstances.

Invitation to follow

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AMEE Administrator - 14/04/2020 13:42:48
   
RE:Speed Mentoring Part 1: Teaching & learning across the continuum in challenging circumstances
Please follow the link below to access this webinar. Note that spaces are limited to 100 participants.

https://zoom.us/j/637735655?pwd=WFBDRjJTa1g0czZ3QjRubDZYcFpIQT09

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