This year I will be celebrating my 10th year as a member of IAMSE. I joined the organization in 2007 when I was invited to attend the meeting in Cleveland, OH. It was there that I had the opportunity to meet so many new wonderful people. The association felt like a welcome home where dedicated… Read more »
The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) is pleased to announce that the archives for the 2016 Spring Series of the Webcast Audio Seminars, Curriculum Design and Evaluation, are now available online! The Webcast Audio Seminar archives are located on the IAMSE website under the Events heading as Web Seminars. Here, you will be… Read more »
We are just a few days away from the 2017 IAMSE Meeting in Burlington, Vermont. As you are preparing for your trip, there are a few items to note/remember! As with nearly all conference hotels, air conditioning tends to be cooler than many like – pack the extra sweater or jacket just in case! Bring… Read more »
Burlington, Vermont is a beautiful, small city located on the shores of Lake Champlain, in between the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains in the Champlain Valley. Along with countless outdoor activities, and scenic vistas, Burlington gets national attention for its music and food scenes, daytime adventures, and vibrant nightlife. This small city is a vacation… Read more »
The IAMSE Administrative Office will be closed on Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, May 30th. We would like to wish everyone a safe holiday weekend!
We would like to extend our congratulations to four individuals who have been awarded the 2017 IAMSE Travel Award. The awardees for 2017 are: Junior Faculty: Audrey Vasauskas, PhD Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Dothan, Alabama, USA Chante Richardson, MBA, PhD Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Dothan, Alabama, USA Student: Yunxiang Chu Harvard Medical School… Read more »
Every month, the IAMSE Publications Committee reviews published articles from the archives of Medical Science Educator or of its predecessor JIAMSE. This month’s review is taken from MSE volume 26. The importance of training students to integrate concepts of ethics into medical conversations is becoming increasingly important in an era of personalized medicine. Conversations regarding… Read more »
The poster abstracts for the 2017 IAMSE Meeting are now listed online. Abstracts are listed in one of eight categories: Assessment & Evaluation; Curriculum & Evaluation; E-Learning; Instructional Methods; Other; Student Support; TBL/PBL; Technology Innovation This year, we have 17 posters that are in the running for the Best Poster Presentation Award. This award recognizes… Read more »
In every issue of Medical Science Educator, we publish an announcements section. In this section we share information that is of interest to the readership of the journal. Individual IAMSE members wishing to post medical education related announcements in the Journal are invited to send their requests to the Editorial Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org. Announcements may… Read more »
We are pleased to announce that the Meeting App is now LIVE! To download, click here. Once you’ve downloaded the app, search for IAMSE17! If you have any last minute questions or concerns – please let us know! We can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at 304-522-1270. See you in Vermont!
Registration for the 2017 IAMSE meeting is exceeding our expectations! We are happy to welcome so many of our colleagues from all over the world to Burlington, VT in just a few weeks from now. As a result of this high attendance, the Sheraton Burlington Hotel has run out of rooms for IAMSE Meeting Attendees…. Read more »
As you all should know, IAMSE began the publication of IAMSE Manuals a couple of years ago. These short how-to manuals are envisioned as affordable, accessible guides to timely topics in medical education. After the publication of two IAMSE Manuals, we believe that the viability of this venture is clear. As a result, we have… Read more »