Mission, Values and Vision

Mission

'Advancing Scholarship in Medical Education.’

Values

 

ASME Core Values Graphic Apr19 Small     

ASME’s top five core values are to foster:

  • Collaboration
  • Enabling
  • Scholarliness
  • Future-focus
  • Excellence 

                                   

Vision 

Vision March 2019 with logo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To enact this vision we will focus on the following strategic aims:

  • To increase, engage and support both our current and future membership
  • To better disseminate our aims, achievements and policies through an enhanced publication strategy
  • To create an active educational community that effectively communicates both internally and externally to promote excellence
  • To develop an effective international perspective that promotes collaborative scholarship

These aims will then form our strategic priorities for 2019/2020 and the next 3-5 years as illustrated by the following 12 strategic objectives stated in our action plan (see table).

To increase, engage and support both our current and future membership by:

  1. Holding a UK wide Lunch and Learn roadshows for 2 way communication to promote the aims of ASME with members and non-members
  2. Further developing the members area on the website

To better disseminate our aims, achievements and policies through an enhanced publication strategy by: 

  1. Linking current activities from Journals, Books, Courses, Conferences to different publications e.g. the How To series in TCT as a virtual issue on the ASME members area
  2. Creating a Virtual Journal Club, using social media to discuss a current article in Medical Education or TCT (1 year)
  3. Issuing a Special Issues in our journals linked to SIGS/policy makers e.g.1 forthcoming special issue in TCT on wellbeing, Guest Co-Editor linked to policy makers and influencers.(1-2 years)
  4. Other publications by ASME e.g. books linked to courses (e.g. leadership, faculty development, student support) (3-5 years)

To create an active educational community that effectively communicates both internally and externally to promote excellence by:

  1. Enhancing creative forms of active communication at all association levels between SIGS, Committees, Career Groups and ASME Board
  2. ‘Adding value’ to existing events, in particular ASME ASM and RME by enhanced collaboration, fostering excellence and supporting innovation
  3. Identifying technology that would facilitate SIG and Committee leads to connect/ re-connect and to engage/ re-engage within and between their delegated communities.
  4. ASME’s SIG and Committee chairs to grow and create active communities utilising people, processes and technology as appropriate with measurable outcomes.

To develop an effective international perspective that promotes collaborative scholarship by: 

  1. Engaging and increasing dialogue with international people /organisations to ascertain their needs and how ASME might be able to collaborate (1-3 years )
  2. Considering attending key events/conferences as ASME and whether we can extend reach by using ASME friends who are already there (1-2 years)

 

History of ASME 

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