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ASME Research Methodology Group: Lunchtime Journal Club April

April 26th 2024 at 13:00 - 14:00
Virtual

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 RMG Journal Club is an opportunity to meet together online to look at a recent medical education journal paper in the field, with a particular focus on methodologies.

It will meet on the last Friday of every other month, February – June (and then break for summer).  The next meeting of RMG’s 23/24 Lunchtime Journal Club will be on Friday 26th April, from 1:00 – 2:00pm. All are welcome to come along and join in the discussion.

The paper under discussion will be: Godoi et al (2024) Construction and validation of a medical career readiness Inventory
https://asmepublications.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/tct.13733.

Note: The textbook highlighted at the recent RME conference in London ‘Starting Research in Clinical Education’ (Rees, Ledger & Walker, 2024) has a chapter on survey research (Chapter 20: Survey research: use and misuse), which provides useful background for anyone unfamiliar with the approach.

Professor Michal Tombs, RMG chair, will be presenting the paper and facilitating the associated discussion.  All welcome!

The RMG Lunchtime Journal Club will meet again on June 28th 2024.

 

Michal Tombs

Session speaker: Professor Michal Tombs

Professor Michal is the Chair of ASME’s Research Methodology Group and is a member of the Educational Research Committee. Her background is Occupational Psychology and her research interests span across the various applications of psychological theories in medical education. Michal is the Postgraduate Research Lead in Medical Education at the School of Medicine, Cardiff University. She has published extensively and supervised numerous research projects in medical education at postgraduate level. Michal also leads the School of Medicine Medical Education Research (SoMMER) group that brings together students and staff who share an interest in medical education research and scholarship.

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