Congratulations to the 2022 Poster & Oral Presentation Award Winners

This year, IAMSE showcased over 280 poster and oral presentations, with 31 posters and 12 oral presentations nominated for an award. These awards recognize the most outstanding medical education peer-reviewed presentations at the IAMSE annual meeting. The first author on the winning poster receives a plaque, one year of IAMSE membership, and access to one series of the IAMSE Audio Seminars.

A full listing of this year’s Best Poster Presentation Award nominees and Best Oral Presentation Award nominees can be found at

Outstanding Faculty Oral Presentation
Medical Student Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Cathryn Caudill – University of Pikeville (United States)

Outstanding Student Oral Presentation
Preclinical Ultrasound Education Using a Near-peer Educational Model
Lindsey Claus – Boston University School of Medicine (United States)

Outstanding Faculty Poster Presentation
Medical School Benchmark Performance Based on College Competitiveness
Shaun Andersen – Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV (United States)

Outstanding Student Poster Presentation
High Self-efficacy for Academic Performance Is Positively Related to Student Wellness
Jonathan Ruiz – University of Central Florida College of Medicine (United States)

Outstanding Faculty Virtual Poster Presentation
Perceptions of Medical Students and Educators Regarding Lgbtq+ Healthcare and Sexual Gender Minority Patients
Sarah Muder – The New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (United States)

Outstanding Student Virtual Poster Presentation
Virtual Bedside Tutorials For Medical Education
Tse Yean Teo – Singapore General Hospital (Singapore)

Please join us in congratulating the winners of this year’s awards. If you are interested in submitting an abstract for a poster or oral presentation for the 2023 Annual Conference you may do so beginning in October. More information will be shared later this year.