Web Seminar Updates

IAMSE Winter Audio Seminar “How to do Educational Research”

How to do Educational Research Presenter: David Yens January 21, 12 PM ET What is educational research in medical and health professions education? What types of research are conducted? What methods are used? These will be illustrated with examples from the literature. Following a brief review of these topics, an example of the educational research… Read more »

IAMSE Winter Audio Seminar “How to Get Started in Educational Research”

How to Get Started Presenter: Grace Brannan January 14, 12 PM ET This session will introduce the audience to the basics of medical education research and scholarly work. We will discuss topics that can be studied or reported, best practices and challenges, and things to consider before engaging in medical education research. We will illustrate… Read more »

IAMSE Web Seminar “Overview of the Status and Future Direction”

Overview of the Status and Future Direction Presenter: Geoff Norman January 7, 12 PM ET Medical education research is a relatively new field, which can trace its origins precisely to a group in Buffalo, NY, led by George Miller in the 1950s. These individuals came from diverse backgrounds, with virtually no relevant prior academic achievement…. Read more »

Registration Now Open for the 2016 Winter Audio Seminar Series

Registration is now open for Winter 2016 Audio Seminar Series!¬†Sessions start on Thursday, January¬†7, 2016. Research in Health Sciences Education As health scientists and clinicians, we approach bench and bedside research in logical steps: define questions, plan approaches, fund projects, gather and analyze data, and publish results. As health science educators, our responsibility to our… Read more »

IAMSE – Winter Web Seminar Series: Research in Health Sciences Education

IAMSE is pleased to announce the Winter 2016 Web Seminar! Research in Health Sciences Education As health scientists and clinicians, we approach bench and bedside research in logical steps: define questions, plan approaches, fund projects, gather and analyze data, and publish results. As health science educators, our responsibility to our students is to be as… Read more »