ASM 2024: Your Key To Maximising Potential

Annual Scholarship Meeting 2024
10-12th July
University of Warwick, Coventry

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Widening participation and student membership initiative

Our student membership fees now vary based on a student’s specific circumstances and whether their medical school is an ASME member. Annual membership fees range from no charge to £34.

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ASME Bitesize

A series of online events for you to engage and network with fellow Medical Education professionals

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Our Vision

To work collaboratively with educators, learners, researchers and policymakers to promote scholarship and excellence in medical education to meet the future needs of the changing healthcare workforce.

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ASME celebrates people with disabilities

This strategy aims to embed the principles of diversity and inclusivity throughout the ASME organisation, foster a culture that attracts and retains diverse talent and perspectives and maximises access and participation, both nationally and internationally.

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Welcome to the Association for the Study of Medical Education

Hello, may I welcome you to the Association for the Study of Medical Education’s website.

My name is Sandra Nicholson and I am the Chair of the Board of Directors who strategically lead ASME on behalf of its members.

This website provides information about ASME, its mission and strategic aims, and its activities. It is designed so that you can connect and engage with your educational community. ASME is all about you and supporting your role in Advancing Scholarship in Medical Education.

I encourage you to have a look around and if not a member already please consider becoming one. Personal membership brings many benefits such as the opportunity to apply for awards and great discounts on books and conference attendance.  Becoming a member supports us to support you in your development as a medical educationalist and helps fund and disseminate objective evidence-based medical education innovation. We do this through our journals, conferences and expanding our network of medical educators.

There are a variety of Special Interest Groups and Committees and I’m certain that there is something for everyone interested, working in, or studying medical education. We’re a friendly lot, and whether you are experienced or new to the topic, senior or student, working clinically, teaching or researching I’m sure you’ll benefit from connecting with like-minded colleagues.

I did, so please come and see for yourself.

I look forward to meeting you,
Sandra

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Angie Sutherland
23rd February 2024
The “Excellent Medical Education” Programme was established in response to a recognition of the need for further research-based evidence related to medical education and training, through supporting capacity building and increasing the volume of high-quality medical education research. Applications using quantitative or qualitative, established or innovative methods are welcome. All Individual ASME members who are...

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