Our association is a robust and diverse set of educators, 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. This… Read more »
GOOD THINGS HAPPENING? SHARE IT WITH IAMSE!! The next issue of the electronic membership newsletter of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE), IAMSE Connects, will be published in July. The purpose of this newsletter is to connect the IAMSE membership with information about our society, about opportunities to get involved with IAMSE, and… Read more »
Our mobile app for IAMSE 2018 is ready to download on your iPhone, iPad, or Android! You can download it here. Once downloaded, use the search feature in the app to search for IAMSE and find the 2018 Meeting. If you don’t have an iPhone, iPad, or Android device, you can still view the app… Read more »
Each year at the beginning of the IAMSE meeting, we like to recognize each of the countries in attendance. If you would like to carry the flag of your home country in our opening ceremonies on Saturdayevening, please let Rachel Hewett know via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, June 8th.
The first day of our 22nd annual meeting is packed with workshops, seminars and speakers. Saturday’s activities will cover a variety of topics including writing engaging cases, an introduction to game-based teaching and mind-body physiology. During the morning sessions, IAMSE welcomes Magdalena Pasarica and Denise Kay to give an introduction to lifestyle medicine. An Introductory Guide… Read more »
In the last quarter of 2018, Medical Science Educator, the journal of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE), will be publishing a special journal section dedicated to the topic of “Nutrition Education.” In this section, the journal would like to explore best practices from institutions around the world where nutrition education is implemented… Read more »
We would like to extend our congratulations to thirteen individuals who have been awarded the 2018 IAMSE Travel Award. These awards support students or junior faculty to attend the IAMSE Annual Meeting. Made possible by Aquifer, each $1,500 award is meant to cover expenses related to attendance at the IAMSE annual meeting, such as conference registration,… Read more »
Each month the IAMSE Publications Committee reviews published articles from the archives of Medical Science Educator or of its predecessor JIAMSE. This month’s review, written by Dr. John L. Szarek, is taken from the article titled Development of an Educational Activity for First- and Second-Year Medical Students Using Cadaver Pathologies to Enhance Clinical Reasoning and… Read more »
The first day of our 22nd annual meeting is packed with workshops, seminars and speakers. Saturday’s activities will cover a variety of topics including writing engaging cases, an introduction to lifestyle medicine and mind-body physiology. IAMSE April Member of the month, Michael Lumpkin, along with co-presenter Emily Ratner, will host an engaging and insightful workshop… Read more »
Join us for the 2020 IAMSE Regional Meeting at Ottawa in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! Planning has already begun for this event and registration will open in April 2019. Assessment and Evaluation of Health Professionals and Curricula: Present and Future Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, February 29 – March 4, 2020 For more details, please visit www.ottawaconference.org.
The 2018 Mexican Association of Faculties and Schools of Medicine (AMFEM) Annual Congress Meeting will be taking place in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico from June 12-16, 2018. The IAMSE booth will be present at the conference to exhibit, so if you plan on attending this meeting, do not forget to swing by and say hello! During the Meeting… Read more »
As you may know, IAMSE conducts a silent auction at the annual meeting each year. The purpose of the silent auction is to raise money to fund scholarships for attending the annual meeting. It is important to support and foster the interests and scholarly activities of the younger generation who will one day step into… Read more »