Web Seminar Updates

Beresheim and Wilson to Present “Escape Rooms: Breaking Away from the Lull of Lackluster Curricula”

Implementing effective, advanced active learning instructional methods into the classroom can be a challenge for health professions educators. Game-based teaching is a promising and increasingly popular learner-centered teaching approach that stimulates engagement, motivation, and effective learning. The Winter 2023 IAMSE Webinar Series will survey the use and benefit of games in health care education and… Read more »

IAMSE Winter 2023 Session 1 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Thomas Thesen, Ph.D.] Presenter: JR Georgiadis, PhD, Associate Professor and Section Head at the University Medical Center Groningen in the Netherlands Gamification in Biomedical Education The Winter 2023 IAMSE Webinar Seminar Series, titled “Not Just Fun & Games: Game-based Learning in Health Professions Education,” opened on January 5. This… Read more »

Walker and Carrol Turpin to Present “Trivia Reimagined: Making Questions Fun & Educational”

Implementing effective, advanced active learning instructional methods into the classroom can be a challenge for health professions educators. Game-based teaching is a promising and increasingly popular learner-centered teaching approach that stimulates engagement, motivation, and effective learning. The Winter 2023 IAMSE Webinar Series will survey the use and benefit of games in health care education and… Read more »

JR¬†Georgiadis to Present “Gamification in Biomedical Education”

Implementing effective, advanced active learning instructional methods into the classroom can be a challenge for health professions educators. Game-based teaching is a promising and increasingly popular learner-centered teaching approach that stimulates engagement, motivation, and effective learning. The Winter 2023 IAMSE Webinar Series will survey the use and benefit of games in health care education and… Read more »

Register Now for the IAMSE Winter 2023 Webcast Audio Seminar Series!

Implementing effective, advanced active learning instructional methods into the classroom can be a challenge for health professions educators. Game-based teaching is a promising and increasingly popular learner-centered teaching approach that stimulates engagement, motivation, and effective learning. The Winter 2023 IAMSE Webinar Series will survey the use and benefit of games in health care education and… Read more »

Save the Date for the Winter 2023 Webcast Audio Seminar Series

Join us every Thursday in January and the first Thursday in February for the IAMSE Winter 2023¬†Webcast Audio Seminar Series. Not Just Fun and Games:Game-based Learning in Health Professions Education Implementing effective, advanced active learning instructional methods into the classroom can be a challenge for health professions educators. Game-based teaching is a promising and increasingly… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2022 Session 5 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Michele Haight, PhD.] Presenter: Janet Coffman, PhD, Professor of Health Policy, HealthForce Center, Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, Co-Associate Director for Policy Programs, Institute of Health Policy Studies Breaking Barriers for Racial/Ethnic Groups Underrepresented in… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2022 Session 4 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Michele Haight, PhD.] Presenter: Caroline Harada MD, Associate Professor Internal Medicine, Leader of Geriatrics Consult Service and Assistant Dean for Community Engaged Scholarship at the Heersink School of Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Lauren Parker MA, Director of Programs at the University of Kansas School of… Read more »

Janet Coffman to Present “Breaking Barriers for Racial/Ethnic Groups”

Medical educators are often called upon to help identify, support, and remediate struggling students. The root causes of student performance deficits are multifaceted and may be due to academic and non-academic factors. Deficiencies are rarely correctable through a simple solution. The Fall 2022 IAMSE Webinar Series will address strategies for identifying and supporting at-risk students… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2022 Session 3 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Michele Haight, PhD.] Presenter: Michael Redinger, MD, MA, Co-Chair Department of Medical Ethics, Humanities, and Law, Interim Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Associate Professor Psychiatry, Western Michigan University, Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine Mental Health and the Struggling Learner The goal of this presentation is to assist educators in… Read more »

Harada and Parker to Present “Learning Communities: Creating Structures for Peer Support”

Medical educators are often called upon to help identify, support, and remediate struggling students. The root causes of student performance deficits are multifaceted and may be due to academic and non-academic factors. Deficiencies are rarely correctable through a simple solution. The Fall 2022 IAMSE Webinar Series will address strategies for identifying and supporting at-risk students… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2022 Session 2 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Michele Haight, PhD.] Presenter: Jason Walker, PhD, Assistant Dean of Transformational Learning, Associate Professor Physiology, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine South Georgia The Off-Cycle Curriculum: Intention vs. Impact Even though curricular change is a constant in undergraduate medical education (UME), the structure of medical education has not substantially evolved… Read more »