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How to Connect With the IAMSE Admin Team

To better support your membership needs, it may be helpful to know the members of the IAMSE Admin Team and what they do for the Association. While we are all working remotely we are still available by email and phone. Julie K. Hewett, CMP, CAE Julie has been supporting IAMSE for over 21 years in… Read more »

#IAMSECafe Welcomes Medical Science Educator EIC Peter de Jong!

Stay connected with your colleagues around the globe and join us for this week’s IAMSE Cafe round table discussion. Join our moderators, Dr. Kelly Quesnelle from Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine and Dr. Peter de Jong from Leiden University Medical Center on Thursday as they facilitate a conversation focused on academic publishing… Read more »

#IAMSE20 Conference Cancellation

Dear Colleagues, In light of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, it is with great regret that we announce that the 2020 IAMSE Annual Meeting, Scaling New Heights: Envisioning the Future of Health Sciences Education, that was to be held in Denver, CO, USA, will no longer be held in its original face-to-face format. The IAMSE Board and… Read more »

#IAMSECafe Presents MedEd Mailbag and Q&A With IAMSE President

Stay connected with your colleagues around the globe and join us for this week’s IAMSE Cafe round table discussions. Join our moderators, Dr. Kelly Quesnelle from Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine on Tuesday and Dr. Neil Osheroff, IAMSE President, from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine on Thursday as they facilitate conversations… Read more »

Jon Wisco to Discuss Online Anatomy Instruction at the #IAMSECafe

Join us today for the next session in the IAMSE Cafe virtual discussion series. We are excited to welcome Dr. Jon Wisco from Boston University School of Medicine to discuss online Anatomy instruction and its possible positive affects in the face-to-face classroom.   Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 10AM EST – How Re-thinking and Re-designing Anatomy… Read more »

#IAMSECafe presents MedEd Mailbag & Online Anatomy Instruction

Stay connected with your colleagues around the globe and join us for this week’s IAMSE Cafe round table discussions. Join our moderators, Dr. Kelly Quesnelle from Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine today and Dr. Jon Wisco from Boston University School of Medicine on Thursday as they facilitate conversations focused on how… Read more »

Adi Haramati to Present Practicing Self-care in a Time of Crisis

Join moderator Dr. Kelly Quesnelle this morning as she welcomes Adi Haramati, PhD from Georgetown University to the second IAMSE Cafe virtual discussion. Dr. Haramati will be sharing techniques for self-care during this, and other, times of high stress and crisis.   Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 10AM EST – Leading by Example: Practicing Self-care in… Read more »

Join Moderator Kelly Quesnelle for Today’s #IAMSECafe Virtual Chat!

As we all forge ahead building online classrooms and serving remote student bodies, IAMSE is here to keep you connected with your colleagues around the globe. We invite you to join us beginning today for IAMSE Cafe, a virtual round table discussion where you control the conversations. Join our moderator, Dr. Kelly Quesnelle from Western… Read more »

Free Aquifer Access: Now Available to All North American Medical and Physician Assistant Schools

Aquifer is extending their offer of free access to 146 Aquifer signature cases, plus WISE-MD and WISE-OnCall, to all North American medical schools and physician assistant programs – including non-subscribers as well as subscribers through June 30, 2020 – in an effort to support our institutions and our students in this time of critical need…. Read more »

Join Your IAMSE Colleagues for #IAMSECafe Virtual Chats!

As we all forge ahead building online classrooms and serving remote student bodies, IAMSE is here to keep you connected with your colleagues around the globe. We invite you to join us over the next few weeks for IAMSE Cafe, a virtual round table discussion where you control the conversations. Have you transitioned seamlessly online… Read more »

A Review from Medical Science Educator from Dr. Dani McBeth

Each month the IAMSE Publications Committee reviews published articles from Medical Science Educator. This month’s review, written by Dr. Dani McBeth, is taken from the article titled Factors Predictive of Performance on USMLE Step 1: Do Commercial Study Aids Improve Scores? (doi:10.1007/s40670-019-00722-4) published in Medical Science Educator, Volume 29, (pages 667–672), 2019 by Parry, S., Pachunka, J. &… Read more »

Early Bird Deadline for #IAMSE20 Suspended

In light of the sudden shift in working and teaching conditions, as well as the sweeping global restrictions on travel and mass gatherings, we understand the uncertainties regarding the IAMSE 2020 meeting. Educators all over the world are dealing with event cancelations, postponements and format changes. Given the current climate and uncertainty facing most of… Read more »