Check Out Our 2021 Events of Interest Schedule

Each year we eagerly await the announcement of educational and professional meetings and events all over the world and, as soon as that information is available, we add it to our Events of Interest Schedule. While most in-person events have gone virtual, they are joined by the increasing number of standalone seminars, webinars, open discussion… Read more »

Zooming far and wide to learn about medical education? Do tell!

As you may know, IAMSE maintains a listing of medical education conferences on our website. We’d like to expand our listing of conferences, but to do this, we need your help! Will you be attending any in-person, virtual or hybrid conferences this year or next year? If you are, please let us know! You can… Read more »

#IAMSECafe Welcomes #MedEd Tech Expert Edgar Herrera Bastida!

Stay connected with your colleagues around the globe and join us for this week’s IAMSE Cafe round table discussion. Join our host, Raul Barroso from Universidad Anáhuac as he welcomes Edgar Herrera Bastida (Universidad Anáhuac, Mexico). Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 10AM ET – How we are using technology in education? As medical science educators, and those across all disciplines,… Read more »

ANZAHPE Webinar “Confronting Contexts” FREE for IAMSE Members

ANZAHPE ONLINE is the virtual professional development program of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE). The program has been designed to deliver a rich academic experience as an alternative to the 2020 face to face conference and will run from July to December 2020 as monthly events. We invite IAMSE… Read more »

Don’t Miss These Great IAMSE How-to Guides

As you may know, IAMSE has published three how-to manuals: the How-To Guide for Active Learning and the How-To Guide for Team-Based Learning as well as a Japanese Translation of the How-To guide for Team-Based Learning. How-To Guide for Active Learning. This manual is a compilation of teaching strategies in active learning to adapt to… Read more »

TGME Online Conference Call for Abstracts 2020

The Generalists in Medical Education (TGME) annual conference will be held on Wednesday, November 11 Thursday, November 12 & Friday, November 13, 2020  Online. This year’s conference theme is: “Medical Education in 2020: What’s Working, What’s Next, and What’s Needed” This theme promotes educational research and innovative ideas that bring new perspectives to not only the current state of… 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 »

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 »

A special message from our partners at AAMC

We hope this message finds you doing well!  We want to share your great work and support the broad learning community with new or adapted clinically relevant learning experiences. Our medical and health professions’ educators are responding to this pandemic with new or adapted learning experiences that can be done without patient contact during COVID-19…. Read more »

ScholarRx offers free access to Rx Bricks online curricular system to schools affected by COVID-19

In response to a request for assistance from a partner medical school impacted by COVID-19, ScholarRx has agreed to make its Rx Bricks program available at no cost to M2 students for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year. This comprehensive, online resource can assist schools implementing contingency plans necessitated by the COVID-19 outbreak. In… Read more »