This prize celebrates creativity and skill in communicating medical education work. It recognises that many embarking on a career in medical education complete small, discrete but still high-quality work, and that by communicating it with skill, early career educators can have maximum impact from their work. The submitted project can encompass any aspect of medical education, including educational research, teaching activity and innovation. The project can take the form of an e-Poster or short communication.
The TASME ASM Communication Prize evolved from the TASME Poster Prize, reflecting the evolving way in which medical education work is communicated.
The prize is selected from those who submit to the annual ASME Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 8th - 10th July 2020 in Liverpool.
The winner and runners up will be invited to share their work through one of ASME/TASME’s outlets throughout the year; either by participating in a twitter chat about their research or writing a short piece for the website or newsletter.