The purpose of the RMG Special Interest Group is to provide a forum for discussion of research paradigms and approaches to support the work of the Educational Research Committee (ERC) and wider ASME aims. In line with that, the ASME Journal Club is an opportunity to meet together online to look at a recent journal paper in the field, with a particular focus on methodologies in medical education.
The first meeting of RMG’s 23/24 Lunchtime Journal Club will be on Friday 27th October, from 1:00 – 2:00.
Prof. Anne-Marie Reid, from the University of Leeds and Chair of the RMG, will be facilitating the discussion.
The paper under discussion will be: https://asmepublications.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.15183
All are welcome to come along and join in the discussion.
Session speaker: Dr Anne-Marie Reid, Chair of ASME’s Research Methodology Group (RMG) special interest group.
Anne-Marie Reid is currently Professor of Medical Education and is Chair of the Researching Professional Learning Group in Leeds Institute of Medical Education (LIME). She was previously Dean of Teaching and Learning at St George’s, University of London, with responsibility for academic leadership and scholarship in medical education. She has been appointed as an Education Associate with the GMC.
She has a Professional Doctorate in Education, is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and is a Chair of the ASME Researching Methodologies Special Interest Group. She has extensive experience of curriculum development in the UK and internationally and provides academic consultancy in this area.
Her research interests lie in professional and workplace learning with specific reference to Activity Theory. She has adopted the Activity Theory framework in published studies of workplace learning and transitions in medical education and has run national and international workshops focused on this topic. She is a committed research supervisor and currently supports undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral research in Health Professions Education.