Say hello to our featured member Jacqueline Powell!

Our association is a robust and diverse set of educators, students, researchers, medical professionals, volunteers and academics that come from all walks of life and from around the globe. Each month we choose a member to highlight their academic and professional career and see how they are making the best of their membership in IAMSE…. Read more »

IAMSE #VirtualForum22 Session Spotlight: Developing Integrated Assessments 

The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) invites you to join us for our inaugural Virtual Forum! Join us December 2-3 and 5-6 as we host workshops, ignite talks, posters, lightning talks, roundtable discussions and more. Borders come in all forms, from geo-political to socio-economic, from online to face to face, and from diversity… Read more »

Janet Coffman to Present “Breaking Barriers for Racial/Ethnic Groups”

Medical educators are often called upon to help identify, support, and remediate struggling students. The root causes of student performance deficits are multifaceted and may be due to academic and non-academic factors. Deficiencies are rarely correctable through a simple solution. The Fall 2022 IAMSE Webinar Series will address strategies for identifying and supporting at-risk students… Read more »

Register Now for the IAMSE 2022 Virtual Forum!

The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) is happy to announce that registration for our inaugural Virtual Forum is now open! Join us December 2-3 and 5-6 as we host workshops, ignite talks, posters, lightning talks, roundtable discussions and more. The theme for the Virtual Forum is:  Health ProfessionsEducation Without Borders Our world is… Read more »

Harada and Parker to Present “Learning Communities: Creating Structures for Peer Support”

Medical educators are often called upon to help identify, support, and remediate struggling students. The root causes of student performance deficits are multifaceted and may be due to academic and non-academic factors. Deficiencies are rarely correctable through a simple solution. The Fall 2022 IAMSE Webinar Series will address strategies for identifying and supporting at-risk students… Read more »

A Medical Science Educator Article Review From Dr. Anna Blenda

This month the IAMSE publications committee review is taken from the article titled ‘Precision Cancer Medicine: Dynamic Learning of Cancer Biology in a Clinically Meaningful Context’ (02 April 2021) by Catherine Zivanov, Xuanyi Li, Kaustav P. Shah, Lourdes Estrada, William B. Cutrer, Mary Hooks, Vicki Keedy, Kimberly Brown Dahlman.  The lack of national guidelines and absence of… Read more »

Join us for the IAMSE 2023 Medical Education Fellowship Program!

The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) is pleased to announce that applications for the 2023 Medical Educator Fellowship (MEF) Program are now being accepted! IAMSE is once again offering members and non-members the option of completing the MEF Program 100% virtually, from any location around the globe. The primary goal of the MEF… Read more »

Michael Redinger to Present “Mental Health and the Struggling Learner”

Medical educators are often called upon to help identify, support, and remediate struggling students. The root causes of student performance deficits are multifaceted and may be due to academic and non-academic factors. Deficiencies are rarely correctable through a simple solution. The Fall 2022 IAMSE Webinar Series will address strategies for identifying and supporting at-risk students… Read more »

Reminder* IAMSE Manual Proposals Due October 15

The IAMSE Manuals Editorial Board is still seeking proposals for contributions to the IAMSE Manuals book series to be published in 2024. The IAMSE Manuals series was established to disseminate current developments and best evidence-based practices in healthcare education, offering those who teach in healthcare the most current information to succeed in their educational roles…. Read more »

Say hello to our featured member Lindsey Claus!

Lindsey ClausIAMSE 2022 Outstanding Student Oral Presentation Award WinnerMedical Student at the Boston University School of Medicine Our association is a robust and diverse set of educators, students, researchers, medical professionals, volunteers and academics that come from all walks of life and from around the globe. Each month we choose a member to highlight their… Read more »

Robert Walker to Present “The Off-Cycle Curriculum: Intention vs. Impact”

Medical educators are often called upon to help identify, support, and remediate struggling students. The root causes of student performance deficits are multifaceted and may be due to academic and non-academic factors. Deficiencies are rarely correctable through a simple solution. The Fall 2022 IAMSE Webinar Series will address strategies for identifying and supporting at-risk students… Read more »

Reminder* IAMSE Manual Proposals Due October 1

The IAMSE Manuals Editorial Board is still seeking proposals for contributions to the IAMSE Manuals book series to be published in 2024. The IAMSE Manuals series was established to disseminate current developments and best evidence-based practices in healthcare education, offering those who teach in healthcare the most current information to succeed in their educational roles…. Read more »