Web Seminar Updates

IAMSE – Winter 2017 Webcast Audio Seminar Save the Date!

IAMSE is pleased to announce the Winter 2017 Web Seminar! Creating a Culture of Well-being at an Academic Health Center Reports from various sources indicate that chronic stress and burnout is prevalent in the health professions, affecting over half of primary care practitioners and even more in several specialties. This trend may begin earlier with the… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2016 WAS Session 5 Highlights

In case you missed yesterday’s Webcast Audio Seminar (WAS) Session, here are the highlights of this session: New Tools and paradigms for Assessing Professionalism in the Health Sciences John D. Mahan, MD Nationwide Children’s Hospital/Ohio State University Many definitions exist for “professionalism” and they have been around for a long time (ancient Greece) Education and assessment… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2016 WAS Session 4 Highlights

In case you missed yesterday’s Webcast Audio Seminar (WAS) Session, here are the highlights of this session: The Breadth and Depth of Standardized Patients in the Teaching and Assessment of Clinical Skills Gayle Gliva-McConvey Eastern Virginia Medical School Heidi A. Lane EdD Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine Carrie Bohnert MPA University of Louisville School of… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2016 WAS Session 3 Highlights

In case you missed yesterday’s Webcast Audio Seminar (WAS) Session, here are the highlights of this session: Entrustment deciscion making in EPA-based curricula Olle ten Cate, Ph.D. University Medical Center Utrecht Competency-based ME Widely accepted Based on competence, and not the amount of time spent in training Analytic framework approach where the feature of the… Read more »

IAMSE Web Audio Seminar Series “New Tools and Paradigms for Assessing Professionalism in the Health Sciences”

New Tools and Paradigms for Assessing Professionalism in the Health Sciences Presenter: John Mahan October 6, 12 PM ET Professionalism is a critical component of both undergraduate and graduate medical education. Continual assessment of professionalism is necessary for mastery of this competency and to help learners understand and ultimately develop skills to avoid professionalism lapses…. Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2016 WAS Session 2 Highlights

In case you missed yesterday’s Webcast Audio Seminar (WAS) Session, here are the highlights of this session: Self-directed learning in your curriculum—getting from theory to practice. Sandrijn Vanschaik, MD, PhD University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Douglas Larsen, M.D. Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis William Cutrer, M.D. Vanderbilt University Physicians and health… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2016 WAS Session 1 Highlights

In case you missed yesterday’s Webcast Audio Seminar (WAS) Session with Laurel Gorman, here are the highlights of her talk: Use of preclinical High Fidelity Medical Simulations (HFMS) to promote the integration of basic and clinical sciences Laurel Gorman, PhD University of Central Florida High fidelity medical simulators (HFMS) are sophisticated, life-like computerized manikins that… Read more »

IAMSE Web Audio Seminar Series “Entrustment decision making in EPA-based curricula”

Entrustment decision making in EPA-based curricula Presenter: Olle ten Cate September 22, 12 PM ET Assessment of clinical competence is an ongoing topic of debate among medical educators. Competency-based medical education intends to train and assess residents and students who meet predefined standards. The quest for psychometrically valid assessments, i.e. sound measurement of trainee competencies,… Read more »

IAMSE Web Audio Seminar Series “Use of preclinical High Fidelity Medical Simulations (HFMS) to promote the integration of basic and clinical sciences in undergraduate medical education”

Use of preclinical High Fidelity Medical Simulations (HFMS) to promote the integration of basic and clinical sciences in undergraduate medical education Presenter: Laurel Gorman September 8, 12 PM ET This session will discuss how to implement and effectively integrate pharmacology and physiology with other essential foundational and clinical sciences using preclinical high fidelity medical simulations… Read more »

IAMSE – Fall 2016 Webcast Audio Seminar Registration Now Open

Registration for the WAS 2016 Fall Series is now open! Times are Changing: Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education – Strategies for Assessment of Skills, Attitudes, and Behaviors across the Health Sciences Contemporary health science curricula have increasingly expanded beyond teaching knowledge and skills to fostering attitudes, behaviors and elements of professionalism. The fall seminar… Read more »