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#IAMSE17 – ESME Program with Ron Harden and Adi Haramati

IAMSE is once again pleased to offer the very successful, AMEE-sponsored course: Essential Skills in Medical Education (ESME), led by two distinguished educators: Prof. Ronald Harden, University of Dundee and Prof. Aviad Haramati, Georgetown University. The ESME course requires a separate registration and is held on a full day prior to the IAMSE conference, continues… Read more »

#IAMSE17 – Bill Jeffries, 2017 Site Host

As Site Host, I am excited to remind you that the 21st Annual IAMSE Meeting will be in Burlington, Vermont, USA, on the beautiful campus of the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. Burlington is the educational, medical, financial and cultural epicenter of our state and is a popular year-round vacation destination…. Read more »

#IAMSE17 – Katie Huggett 2017 Program Chair

This year‚Äôs annual meeting will focus on ‚ÄúDelivering Evidence-Based Health Sciences Education.‚ÄĚ We will be led in our discussions and deliberations throughout the event with internationally-renowned plenary speakers Dr. Eric Mazur, Dr. Patrick G. Croskerry, Dr. Jimmie Leppink and Dr. Jeffrey D. Karpicke and other education scholars and innovators. The conference theme will explore the… Read more »

Jennifer Baccon – Membership Committee

Since joining IAMSE about 3 years ago, I have quickly come to feel part of the IAMSE family. It is a delight every year to reconnect with colleagues at the IAMSE meeting, and to meet new people, all of whom are interested in promoting foundational science education in the medical professions. I enjoy how the… Read more »

Jonathan Wisco – Board of Directors

IAMSE is many things; but to me, it is the only professional society in which basic scientists, clinicians, and medical educators work together through a mentoring process to solve issues and overcome barriers in curricular design and pedagogical effectiveness. IAMSE is an excellent resource for learning and applying new techniques, and the development of teaching… Read more »

Rick Vari – WAS Committee Chair

I have been a member of IAMSE for 15 years and love being a part of this association. The program at¬†the annual meeting is always current, exciting and designed for maximization of interaction, faculty¬†development and networking. They are also a lot of fun! Numerous opportunities exist for individuals in¬†IAMSE to expand their educational horizon and… Read more »

Paula Smith – Board of Directors

I greatly value being an active member of IAMSE, and have enjoyed many an inspiring discussion with colleagues from across the globe at conferences and committee meetings. The IAMSE community permits genuine networking opportunities, and a real sense of kindred spirits amongst its membership. The annual conference provides opportunities to learn directly from others about… Read more »

Katie Huggett – Board of Directors

I have been a member of IAMSE since 2004. I value IAMSE for the resources and collaborations that enrich my professional work. IAMSE has been an important source for my professional development.¬† Also, as a facilitator for the IAMSE Medical Educator Fellowship program, I am privileged to meet and learn from the faculty who have… Read more »

Mark Hernandez – Board of Directors

Membership and participation in the IAMSE society for me has been a valuable tool to help advance my professional career as a medical educator in a number of ways.¬† Through involvement with this organization I have been able to network with other successful educators.¬† The weekly webcasts provide valuable information that directly influences my job… Read more »

#IAMSE16 Basics of TBL in a Day

IAMSE is pleased to present our pre-conference workshop on the ‚ÄúBasics of Team-Based¬†Learning in a Day‚ÄĚ, led by certified consultant-trainers from the Team-Based Learning¬†Collaborative (TBLC). We hope you’ll join us to learn about TBL and how to make it work for you! The session starts with TBL 101 – This is the single best introduction… Read more »

#IAMSE16 – Active Learning: It Takes A Team to Make it Happen

During the upcoming IAMSE meeting in Leiden, there will be a number of terrific pre-conference sessions for your consideration. ¬†We are very excited to offer this workshop on the topic of Active Learning in the classroom. There is an overlap between small group and large group teaching strategies. Small groups, by their nature, tend to… Read more »

#IAMSE16 – ESME Program with Ron Harden and Aviad Haramati

  IAMSE is pleased to offer the very successful, AMEE-sponsored course: Essential¬†Skills in Medical Education (ESME), led by two distinguished educators: Prof. Ronald¬†Harden, University of Dundee and Prof. Aviad Haramati, Georgetown University.¬†The ESME course requires a separate registration and is held on a full day prior to¬†the IAMSE conference, continues with special discussion sessions during… Read more »