ASM 2024 – Your Key to Maximising Potential

10th July 2024
to 12th July 2024
University of Warwick, Coventry, England

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The theme for our Annual Scholarship Meeting 2024 is ‘Your Key to Maximising Potential’. Join us for an enlightening conference that will explore innovative research and good practices to unlock the full potential of health professions scholarship and research.  Engage with renowned educators, healthcare professionals, and researchers as we delve into cutting-edge approaches, technologies, and pedagogies. Discover how to empower the next generation of healthcare leaders, optimize curriculum design, and promote lifelong learning. Whether you’re an educator, student, or healthcare practitioner, this conference promises valuable insights to enhance the quality and impact of health education, ultimately elevating patient care and advancing the field of medicine.

Dear Members and ASM attendees
 
After our most successful ever ASM in 2023, we hope that you are looking forward to this year’s ASM and sharing your ideas and work.
 
The costs of providing such an event and ensuring you have time and space to disseminate your ideas and network with your colleagues continue to rise. This year we have kept increases as low as possible (between £5 and £15) whilst again accepting a considerable loss on the cost of the conference. We have dome this in order to support as many members as possible to attend and minimise the impact of a price rise as much as possible.

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DISCOUNTED EARLY BIRD FEES* Registration Fees for #ASME2024 will be as follows : 

 Non-MembersInstitutional / Individual  ASME Member (2)Less well-resourced countries
ASME Member (3)
Early Career ASME Member (4)Undergraduate
ASME Member (5)

Whole conference

(3 days)

£625£525£315£315£205
2 days (Wed / Thurs or Thurs / Fri)£610£470£270£270£185
Wednesday only (1)£325£260£180£180£115
Thursday only£360£300£220£220£135
Friday only£295£245£165£165£105

* Please note that the costs above are for Early Bird registrations which are active until 31st May 2024 after which all fees noted here will increase by £50.

  1. Attendance at the Welcome Reception is included with registration fees that include Wednesday conference attendance
  2. Staff at institutions that are Institutional members of ASME can register to attend at the members’ rates. Check if your institution is a member here.
  3. LWRC – Less Well Resourced Country rate – for members of ASME living and working in a Less Well Resourced Country (list defined by World Bank)
  4. Early career denotes Junior Doctor/Trainee/Other healthcare professional up to 5 years post-graduation; those on full-time PhD or Masters courses and receiving no salary. You must be an individual ASME member to benefit from this fee.
  5. You must be an individual ASME member and a member of JASME to benefit from our undergraduate fee.

Click HERE to register now!

Wednesday 10th July 2024

0830-1000

Registration opens

1000-1030

Opening of conference

1030-1200

Intra conference sessions including a podcast with Dr Lisa Meeks, PhD, MA

1200-1245

Lunch and MIME Mindfulness session.

Take a break from the frenzy of the conference with a mindfulness session lead by MiME co-chairs, Michael Atkinson and Vidarshi Karunaratne. These sessions aim to provide you with an opportunity to take some time for you and will involve a mindfulness meditation practice and time for brief reflection.

1245-1345

Oral Presentations

1345-1400

Connection time between venues

1400-1445

Dr Kevin W. Eva
ASME Gold Medal Winner 2023 and Keynote Speaker

Session sponsored by Inish Education Technology

1445-1515

Refreshments

1515-1615

Compact Communications

1630-1800

Karolinska Institute PAPERs Panel Podcast
Dr. Jason R. Frank
Dr. Jonathan Sherbino
Dr. Linda Snell
Dr Lara Varpio

1815-1930

Welcome Reception

Sponsored by Wiley

 

Thursday  12th July 2024

0800

Registration and arrival refreshments (tea, coffee)
MIME Mindfulness session

0830-1010

Oral presentations

1010-1025

Connection time between venues

1030-1100

Refreshments

1100-1200

Dr Lara Varpio – Individual Keynote Speaker and The PAPERs Podcast Panel Member

Session sponsored by Elsevier

1200-1300

Lunch & MiME Mindfulness session

1300-1420

Compact Communications

1420-1430

Connection time between venues

1430-1530

Dr Yoon Soo Park, PhD – Keynote Speaker

1530-1615

Refreshments. Connection time between venues

1615-1745

Intra conference sessions

1800-1845

ASME AGM

 

Friday 12th July 2024

0800-0830

Registration and arrival refreshments (tea, coffee)

MIME Mindfulness session

0830-1000

Intra conference sessions

1000-1120

Oral presentations  

1135-1145

Connection time between venues

1145-1230

Professor Ahmed Hankir – Keynote Speaker

1230-1300

Grab and go lunch. Connection time between venues

1300-1420

Intra conference sessions

1420-1430

Connection time between venues

1430-1500

Coffee and Cake with Karolinska Institute PAPERs Panel Podcast
Dr. Jason R. Frank
Dr. Jonathan Sherbino
Dr. Linda Snell
Dr Lara Varpio

1500

Close and look forward to 2025

 

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Lara Varpio

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Individual Keynote Speaker and The PAPERs Podcast Panel Member
Dr Lara Varpio, PhD 

Lara is Professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Philadelphia and the Co-Director of Research in Medical Education at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She started these positions in 2022, after serving for 9 years at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS). Prior to that, she spent the first 6 years of her career at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Her research uses qualitative methodologies and methods, integrated with theories from the Social Sciences and Humanities, to investigate questions relating to how ideology (i.e., our values, beliefs, ethics, etc.) shapes medical education and the experiences of learners and faculty therein. Dr. Varpio is internationally recognized for her expertise in qualitative research methods and methodologies, and her proficiency with many different theories.

She has secured nearly $6million dollars in research funding, authored +160 peer-reviewed publications, presented keynote talks at prestigious conferences around the world, and served many several medical education journals either as a member of the editorial board or as an invited editor for special editions and series of thematically connected articles. In recognition of her work, Dr Varpio has been awarded many honors, including being selected for the prestigious Karolinska fellowship.

Dr Varpio is a vocal and persistent advocate for junior members of the medical education community, mentoring dozens of physicians and researchers from around the world. Her mentees regularly win coveted awards for the research she helps them conduct. While those recognitions are important for learners, the advantages these mentees truly gain are more refined research skills and a role model for how to have a prosperous career while also having had fun along the way.

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The PAPERs Podcast Panel Member

Dr. Jason R. Frank is a clinician-educator with a focus on all aspects of health professions training systems. He is a professor in the Department of Emergency. Click HERE to find out more.

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The PAPERs Podcast Panel Member

Dr. Jonathan Sherbino is an emergency physician and trauma team leader in an inner city tertiary hospital. He is also a professor in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University. Click HERE to find out more.

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The PAPERs Podcast Panel Member

Dr. Linda Snell is Professor of Medicine & Health Sciences Education at McGill University in Montreal Canada, and Senior Clinician Educator at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Click HERE to find out more.

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Keynote Speaker

Dr Yoon Soo Park, PhD

Yoon Soo Park is the Ilene B. Harris Professor and Department Chair of Medical Education at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He holds a Ph.D. in Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics from Columbia University. Dr. Park’s experiences include both academic and industry settings, with a focus to improve healthcare through education and data science.

Dr. Park’s research agendas have focused on integrating learning analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning methodologies into health professions education. His work has been supported by over 35 extramurally funded grants and disseminated in over 250 peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Park has also actively engaged in interdisciplinary research in education and the social sciences, particularly contributing to quantitative modeling of psychological and social processes by collaborating with diverse researchers and practitioners across disciplines in psychometrics, biostatistics, public health, and medicine. His work in the health professions education has advanced the preparation of learners in clinical reasoning and measurement of competencies through validity studies. More recently, he has developed practice-based research networks to support collaborative education and health outcomes research across multiple sites and institutions through research consortiums.

Dr. Park received awards from the American Educational Research Association and the National Council for Measurement in Education. He was also selected as a fellow of the Karolinska Institutet and was inducted to the Academy of Master Surgeon Educators in the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Park served as Vice President of the American Educational Research Association and Chair of Research in Medical Education for the Association of American Medical Colleges. Dr. Park is active in international collaborations, in both research and teaching, by organizing and leading partnerships with researchers and institutions in North America, Europe, Middle East, and Asia.

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ASME Gold Medal Winner 2023 and Keynote Speaker

Dr Kevin W. Eva PhD, Hon. FAcadMEd

Kevin is the Associate Director and Scientist in the Centre for Health Education Scholarship, and Professor and Director of Educational Research and Scholarship in the Department of Medicine, at the University of British Columbia.  He completed his PhD in Cognitive Psychology (McMaster University) in 2001 and became Editor-in-Chief for the journal Medical Education in 2008. 

Through his Editorship and collaborative research programs, Dr. Eva has promoted thoughtful approaches to the study of practically-relevant educational issues that are informed by a variety of scientific disciplines. In doing so, he has encouraged and supported interprofessional, interdisciplinary, and international collaboration for the sake of strengthening health professional education research as a scientific field of study that will improve upon our educational practices and, in so doing, facilitate better healthcare.

More specifically, the core theme of his diverse research interest is the question of how decision-making can be improved in the context of health professional training and practice. This focus has been driven by the tenet that good judgment by and about health professionals lies at the very root of good healthcare, influencing countless outcomes. As examples, research questions that underlie Dr. Eva’s efforts to improve understanding (and practice) of judgement include:

  • How do we optimize the selection of applicants to ensure that admitted trainees are well suited to fulfill the ideals of the profession?
  • How can we best teach diagnostic reasoning to those who have been admitted to reduce the risk of error?
  • How do we accurately determine whether or not trainees have become skillful practitioners who understand their patients’ needs and deeply respect their personal values?
  • How can regulatory authorities and individual professionals most effectively assure patient safety by improving decision-making regarding whether or not competence is being maintained?

Dr. Eva maintains a number of international appointments including Honorary Skou Professor at Aarhus University (Denmark), Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne (Australia), and visiting professor at the University of Bern (Switzerland).  He has consulted broadly around the globe including advisory roles for the National Board of Medical Examiners (US) and National Health Services Education (Scotland).  He co-founded the Maastricht-Canada Masters of Health Professional Education program and has worked extensively with the Medical Council of Canada and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia.

Awards for this work include the Karolinksa Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education (Sweden), Honorary Fellowship in the Academy of Medical Educators (UK), MILES Award for Mentoring, Innovation, and Leadership in Education Scholarship (Singapore), the President’s Award for Exemplary National Leadership from the Association of Faculties of Medicine in Canada and the John P. Hubbard award from the National Board of Medical Examiners (USA).

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Dr Lisa Meeks, PhD, MA 

Dr. Meeks is the Executive Director of the Docs With Disabilities Initiative (DWDI) where she catalyzes work on disability inclusion across health professions training programs. In this role she heads the Meeks Research Lab and oversees nine programs within the initiative. She also holds faculty appointments as a Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Learning Health Sciences and Family Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School.

Dr. Meeks is internationally recognized for her work on disability inclusion in Medical Education and regularly collaborates with health professions associations. She is co-creator of the social media campaign #DocsWithDisabilities, co-host of the Docs With Disabilities Podcast, co-developer of the AAMC Disability Webinar Series, and lead author and PI of the AAMC Special Report: Accessibility, Inclusion, and Action in Medical Education: Lived Experiences of Learners and Physicians with Disabilities and Disability Lead for the ACGME Equity Matters Initiative. Currently, she serves as an advisor to the ACGME committee on DEI.

She is widely published including 7 books and more than 100 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in leading medical journals, including the NEJM, Lancet, JAMA, and Academic Medicine. Her work has also been featured in the media including on NPR, CNBC News, Bloomberg Law, and TIME magazine.

Dr. Meek’s most valued contribution to academic medicine is mentoring the next generation of disabled physicians and scientists and creating space for DocsWithDisabilities to thrive.

Professor Ahmed Hankir

 

Professor Ahmed Hankir MBChB MRCPsych is Consultant Psychiatrist (Canada and UK), Honorary Visiting Professor at School of Medicine Cardiff University (UK), Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Western University (Canada), Professor of Academic Psychiatry at Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies (USA), Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Mental Health Research in association with Cambridge University (UK) and Public Engagement and Education Lead at the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Mental Health and Human Rights, Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham University (UK).

Professor Hankir’s research interests include global and Muslim mental health and pioneering and evaluating innovative interventions that reduce mentalhealth-related stigma and Islamophobia and he has published widely in these areas. Dr Hankir has coedited four textbooks on psychiatry and religion with Senior Members of the American Psychiatric Association. He is a public speaker and lecturer and has been invited to deliver talks at some of the most prestigious universities in the world including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, McGill, Toronto, Cambridge, Oxford, London, Padua and Coimbra.

Professor Hankir has been consulted by the World Health Organization (WHO) for his expertise on mental health and human rights and has also been consulted by the New Zealand Government for advice on the psychological consequences of the Christchurch Mosque terror attacks.

Ahmed is the recipient of multiple prestigious awards most notably the 2022 WHO Director General Award for Global Health. Dr Hankir identifies as a survivor and is passionate about empowering, dignifying and humanizing persons living with mental health conditions. Professor Hankir is also passionate about broadening access into medical school for persons from low-income backgrounds.

Ahmed enjoys going for long walks in parks, immersing himself in nature, travelling and drinking coffee in local cafes. He also enjoys cycling, running and raising funds for charities

In this episode, Oliver and Mark are joined by Dr Anna Harvey Bluemel, an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Clinical Education Research and an ST1 in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

We discussed conferences in medical and clinical education and the wider healthcare sector. From funding to finding your feet as a public speaker, we discussed tips to get the most out of your conference experience.

More about Anna: www.asme.org.uk/spotlight/dr-anna-harvey-bluemel/


Papers Mentioned:

Nersesian S, Vitkin N, Grantham S, Bourgaize S. Illustrating your research: design basics for junior clinicians and scientists BMJ 2020; 370 :m2254 doi:10.1136/bmj.m2254

Asif A, Burton O. Comic Sans or common sense? Graphic design for clinical teachers. Clin Teach. 2021; 18: 583–589. doi.org/10.1111/tct.13417

Listen here: https://linktr.ee/tasmetime

Conferences in Healthcare Maximising Your Experience

ASME are delighted to invite you to exhibit at our Annual Scholarship Meeting, 10th – 12th July 2024, University of Warwick, UK

Conference theme is “Maximising Potential”

The conference programme will comprise plenary lectures, workshops, parallel sessions, pop-up events and compact comm presentations. Refreshment and lunch breaks will allow delegates to network with exhibitors. There will be a welcome drinks reception in the evening of the first day attended by the majority of the delegates offering a further opportunity for networking.

Exhibitors and Sponsors have the opportunity to engage with 600+ UK and internationally-based participants.

Click here to Download our : Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities ..
To register as an Exhibitor or Sponsor please click here :ASM2024 Exhibitor/Sponsor Registration – ASME

Meet our Sponsors 

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Keynote Sponsor
Our medical education solutions prepare today’s students for successful careers. We offer innovative teaching and learning technology solutions to help improve student and program outcomes. Supporting today’s educators for tomorrow’s clinicians.

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Gold Medal Sponsor
Inish Education Technology has Medical and Dental education as its primary focus. Our flagship product Causeway ® gives educators the tools to Create, Curate and Collate engaging interactive content students value greatly. Causeway is a productivity tool enabling educators to rapidly develop content with no IT expertise.

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Welcome Reception Sponsor

Meet our Exhibitors 

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AoMEUniversity of St Andrews

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We have reserved a limited number of rooms allocated to ASME on campus in the Bluebell halls of residence.

All rooms are en-suite with a small double bed (120cm x 190cm) and access to kitchen facilities. Rooms will cost £84 per night and are for single occupancy only.  Accommodation can be booked via this link : ASME Annual Scholarship Meeting 2024 – Welcome (warwick.ac.uk).

To make a group booking please complete your first delegates details, the system will then ask you to add another delegate before you make payment.

This booking portal is controlled by Warwick  University, however, if you have any queries regarding your accommodation please email events@asme.org.uk .

You are invited to submit abstracts of papers concerned with research and new concepts in undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical and healthcare education, for the Annual Scholarship Meeting. One of ASME’s goals is to foster and promote high-quality education research and the ASM is an important mechanism in this programme. There are 3 categories of presentation.

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This section is for new ideas and researchers wishing to have a forum to present their work in a parallel session and receive feedback during the session. The standard format will be to allow 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for comments and feedback. This section will be limited both by quality standards, but also time available, and the assessment panel will award the presentation slots to those submissions of the highest quality.

             What's your point?

Our ‘What’s your point?’ sessions are short presentations on a topic of interest or debate. Think soapbox, or speaker’s corner, and don’t be afraid to challenge thinking.

  • ‘What’s your point?’ presentations are 10 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of questions
  • A maximum of 2 presenters are permitted
  • Slides are permitted but we urge you to think creatively when using visual aids
  • You should choose topics that will spark interest and debate

This submission type is not suitable for research presentations

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We invite you to submit an abstract for presentation in our Compact Comms sessions which are for research and innovations that have not been developed to the completeness required for oral presentation. Presenters of papers accepted as Compact Comms are expected to speak about their slide(s) for 3 minutes during the programmed chaired Compact Comms session with 3 minutes for question and change over at the end. Where submitters have more than one compact comms accepted we would advise that either a co-author presents your other paper(s) or you indicate which of your Compact Comms you will present in the session. If your Compact Comms is accepted your full instructions on format etc. will be sent at this time.

Guidelines for submissions:

  • Submissions may address issues of concern/development at all stages of medical or allied healthcare education
  • The abstract should indicate the main conclusions of the paper
  • The abstract should not be more than 250 words in length (excluding title, authors and references)
  • Whilst we recognise that members may wish to submit abstracts on work in progress, as part of the scoring process, assessors will take into account whether results are included within the abstract
  • Up to 3 quoted references cited in the abstract should be listed at the end, and the AMA (American Medical Association) reference style should be followed
  • You must submit your abstract via the online website submission process (detailed on “Abstract Submission Form” tab)

Assessors will judge submitted abstracts on the following criteria:

  • Originality
  • Validity of the research design or educational innovation/development
  • Inclusion of data and where appropriate an evaluation of the educational innovation or development
  • Applicability of results to practice
  • Importance and relevance of content for a national and international audience

Abstracts Submission Terms & Conditions

  • All correspondence relating to your submission will be sent to the abstract submitter only throughout the abstract submission and assessment process
  • A maximum of 10 authors can be listed
  • Quoted references in the paper cited in the abstract should be listed at the end. A maximum of 3 references can be listed. The AMA reference style should be followed.
  • All submissions are final on receipt. No amendments will be permitted to your abstract after it has been submitted to ASME. Therefore please ensure all data, including author(s) and presenter(s) details, are correct at time of submission
  • Up to 2 presenters may be indicated for each abstract
  • The presenter(s) must register and pay the registration fee (if payment of fee is applicable) by the close of the Early Bird deadline 23.59 BST on the 31st May 2024 (or have registered and have made arrangements to pay the registration fee prior to arrival) in order to guarantee inclusion in the programme
  • Should a presenter not be registered by the early bird deadline date then ASME reserve the right to withdraw that paper from the conference schedule
  • The presenter(s) must be available to present at any time during the conference, no preferences for day/time of presentation can be accommodated due to scheduling complexities
  • Abstracts will be published online. Abstracts submitted by individual ASME members and staff employed within organisations that are institutional ASME members will also be published in the supplement of the journal The Clinical Teacher. By submitting your abstract, you consent to give ASME permission to publish it.
  • ASM certificates will be provided to delegates within 30 working days of the end of conference. These will be sent to the abstracts submitter only for dissemination to their co-author(s)/presenter(s) were applicable. The details you put on the submission form will be used to create your certificate. No changes can be made once your certificate has been issued
  • If you fail to attend the ASM your abstract will not be published

ASME Awards

There will also be an option to have your submission considered for the Special Interest Group Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) parallel session and Compact Comms session, which explore TEL activity in medical education. Please use the correct selection on the Abstract Submission Form to indicate your preferences in the Abstract Theme field.

There will also be an option to have your submission considered for a number of different prizes – please indicate your preferences on the abstract submission form. Please visit the awards page for full details of the criteria for eligibility for each prize.

Submissions will close at 17.00hrs (GMT) Thursday 25th January 2024. No extensions will be offered.

ASME Symposium

ASME invites submissions for symposia at our ASM. This is a panel presentation and discussion on a theme of interest or debate.

  • Symposia will be 90 minutes
  • Each will have one chair, and up to 4 contributors
  • All symposia contributors, including the chair, must be attending the ASM
  • The chair will introduce the session, then each contributor will present their element. This section must not exceed 60 minutes
  • There must be 30 minutes allocated for questions from attendees, and a panel or general discussion

Intra Conference Sessions

Intra-conference sessions should be designed to encourage lively debates, stimulate the production of new ideas and the discussion of issues. They should promote and disseminate effective learning and teaching activities in medical and healthcare education through a practice activity and/or interactive based format. Proposals should be designed to attract an audience of a maximum of 40 delegates, to cover more precise topics than the main plenary sessions.

If your submission is successful you should be prepared to present your intra-conference session at any time during the conference, we cannot guarantee a specific day or time until closer to the conference.

Guidelines for submissions:

  • Intra-Conference Sessions will be 90 minutes
  • Submissions may address issues of concern/development at all stages of medical or allied healthcare education
  • The abstract should indicate the main conclusions of the paper
  • The submission should include a workshop description (300 words), an outline of what Educational Methods/Interactive Learning Methods will be used throughout the workshop to encourage participation and learning (100 words) and a list of the objectives and outcomes of the workshop, indicating knowledge, attitudes, and skills that participants should gain from it (100 words) 
  • Whilst we recognise that members may wish to submit abstracts on work in progress, as part of the scoring process, assessors will take into account whether results are included within the abstract
  • You must submit your session application via the online form (see forms tab below)

Criteria for evaluation:

  • Completeness – do we need further details of the submission?
  • The nature of the intra-conference session – are the objectives clear?
  • Intra-conference session format – does it include significant opportunity for practice and interactivity?

Review Process:

Submissions will be checked for completeness and appropriateness for the criteria.  Proposers will be given feedback about incomplete submissions, and the chance to confirm details if there is time to do so before the deadline for application. Submissions will be assessed by an assessment panel. 

Important – Submission Requirements for intra-conference sessions:

  • Intra-conference sessions submissions are final on receipt. No amendments will be permitted to your session descriptor and lead details after submission
  • All session leads must register and pay the registration fee by the close of the Early Bird deadline (or have registered and made arrangements to pay the registration fee prior to arrival) in order to guarantee inclusion in the programme
  • Only 3 maximum leads may run a workshop (all of which should be ASME institutional or individual members)
  • The submitter must be the session lead
  • The lead(s) should be available to present at any time during the conference, no preferences for day/time of presentation can be accommodated due to scheduling complexities
  • If accepted, your intra-conference sessions should last a maximum of 90 minutes
  • NOTE: No intra-conference session lead(s) have the authority to cancel their conference session(s) on-site.  Programmed intra-conference sessions must go ahead as per conference schedule regardless of attendee level

Submissions will close at 17.00hrs (GMT) Thursday 25th January 2024. No extensions will be offered.

Click here to complete the  abstract submission form 
Click here to complete the symposium-proposal
Click here to complete the pre-intra-conference-session-proposal

You can save and return to the abstract submission form at any time, but please note that all submissions will close at 17.00hrs (GMT) Thursday 25th January 2024 and no extensions will be offered.

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University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL

UK Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3222

SatNav postcode: CV4 7AL

This postcode will direct you to Gibbet Hill Road, the main road through the University, where you’ll find signposts for central campus. More on our location

Wi-Fi

Free access to our wireless network is included for all our guests and delegates. It is designed to be available 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. You can use the Warwick Guest wireless network anywhere on campus, however, you must register for an account and agree to the terms of use.

You can register using a web browser on your wireless device and a password will be sent to your mobile phone as an SMS text message. All conference venues and bedroom spaces have full wireless network coverage so you can always stay connected.

Contactless Payments Only

All venues within the campus are cashless and accept contactless payments only.

Parking

The University have introduced ANPR parking in all car parks on and around campus, this also includes Radcliffe and Scarman, with this in mind delegates will be required to pre-register their vehicle ahead of their arrival via the link below, this will guarantee complimentary parking.  Please advise delegates to follow the below steps:

  1. Click on the following link:  Car Parking Conferences
  2. Fill in “Personal Details”, check the “Booking Summary” is correct,
  3. Add the promotional code: FUXGX (this promotional code will then reduce the price to £0.00) – Click “Book now”

Walk / Run / Jog

Click here to view some campus routes that you may wish to enjoy : Run, jog or walk at the University of Warwick | Warwick Sport

 

The University of Warwick is playing its part in tackling the climate emergency. Building on our existing research and education programmes and our connections to industry and society, we’re focusing on The Way to Sustainable – the real-life implications of creating a sustainable future and the practical challenges of getting there. Click below for more information :

https://warwick.ac.uk/sustainability/

All ASME events are planned and run utilising our EDI Checklist. To request a copy of the checklist please email events@asme.org.uk.

You can click here to view our Accessibility Guide for ASME’s workshops, presentations and compact comms.

Calendar of Events

ASME Events

26 April 2024
ASME Research Methodology Group: Lunchtime Journal Club April
9 May 2024
EDI in educational research and supervision
15 May 2024
Online Zoom Interactive Workshops - Spring 2024

ASME BITESIZE Events

24 April 2024
Choppy waters: how educators can support their learners to navigate healthcare uncertainty
30 April 2024
Engaging allied health professions in clinical education research: barriers, opportunities, and enablers

Non-ASME Events

24 April 2024
Recent Advances of Young Onset Dementia
27 April 2024
'Reframing WP': National Medical Schools Widening Participation Conference 2024
21 May 2024
Interprofessional Diabetes Course for Healthcare Professionals