A webcast audio seminar is a 1-hour live webinar presented as a method of exchanging vital information on timely topics in medical education. The slant of each is geared toward our members who have responsibility for teaching the basic sciences to those in medical training.
IAMSE Student members have free access to IAMSE Webinars. If you are a student, please contact email@example.com for details about registering at no cost.
Do you live outside of the North American time zones and cannot conveniently join the IAMSE Web Seminars on Thursdays at Noon Eastern Time?
IAMSE would like to offer you the opportunity to receive the archived version (slides and audio) within a week of the actual seminar at a discounted rate! The discounted rate is based on your current country’s GDP. A complete listing of countries may be found at: http://data.worldbank.org/country
If you would like to take advantage of the Early Release Option for the Web Seminars, please contact the IAMSE administrative office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Upcoming Series: Fall 2023
Brains, Bots, and Beyond: Exploring AI’s Impact on Medical Education
Are you curious how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming medical education, especially its impact on faculty teaching and student learning? Join the upcoming IAMSE Fall webinar series entitled “Brains, Bots, and Beyond: Exploring AI’s Impact on Medical Education” to learn about the intersection of AI and medical education. Over five sessions, we will cover topics ranging from the basics of AI to its use in teaching and learning essential biomedical science content. The series begins on September 7 with a presentation by Homayoun Valafar to define AI and machine learning. The series will continue on September 14 with a discussion by Erkin Otles and James Cornelius on strategies to prepare our trainees to appropriately utilize AI in their future healthcare jobs. On September 21st, Michael Paul Cary and Sophia Bessias will present on critical ethical issues, including the potential for unintended bias and disparities arising from AI. Finally, Dina Kurzweil and Bill Hersh will wrap up the series on September 28th and October 5th, respectively, with practical tips for educators and learners alike to utilize AI to maximize teaching and learning. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to join the conversation on the future of AI in medical education.