MedEdWorld Webinar Series

First Webinar of our new series:

Date: Wednesday 24 February 2016 at 10am & 3pm (1000 & 1500) GMT/UK Time.
Topic: Diversity & gender in medical education;a workshop for experts and beginners
Presenters: Petra Verdonk (VU University Medical Centre, Netherlands) &JanuszJanczukowicz (Centre for Medical Education, Medical University of Lodz, Poland)

The world clock available at www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html may assist you with translating the Webinar times into your time zone

Please login to www.amee.org and visit the AMEE Shop from the left hand side menu to register for this webinar.

Once registered, the MedEdWorld Administrator, will send you an email with access details to the webinar.

The webinars are conducted on the Adobe Connect Platform.
If you have not used this platform before, please ensure that you have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player on the computer you will join the webinar from. To check your version of Adobe Flash Player, please visit helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html.

Click here for full details of all MedEdWorld’s Spring 2016 Webinars including:

‘Hacking Medical Education — Reflections on the AMEE Hackathon’ by Natalie Lafferty (University of Dundee, UK) &Rakesh Patel (University of Leicester, UK)
Wednesday 9 March at 1200 & 1600 UK/GMT

‘Accreditation of Medical Schools is for More Than Regulation’ by Dan Hunt (AAMC, USA) & Barbara Barzansky (AMA, USA)
Wednesday 23 March 1300 UK/GMT

‘The Curriculum Positioning System (CPS): A Dynamic, Interactive Approach to Curriculum Mapping’ by Mark Quirk, American University of the Caribbean/University of Massachusetts Medical School
Tuesday 19 April 1500 & 1700 UK/BST

‘How effective are selection methods in the healthcare professions?’Fiona Patterson, University of Cambridge, Work Psychology Group, UK
Wednesday 4 May 1100 & 1400 UK/BST

‘Discussion Storylines: A helpful framework for writing the most difficult section of your research paper’ Lorelei Lingard, Western University, Canada
Wednesday 18 May 1500 & 1700 UK/BST

‘Assessing Assessment: Best Practices in Assessment for Schools Who ASPIRE to Excellence’ Debra Klamen& Anna T. Cianciolo, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, USA
Thursday 2 June 1500 & 1700 UK/BST

Добавить комментарий

Ваш e-mail не будет опубликован. Обязательные поля помечены *