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. It meets on the last Friday of every alternate month. All are welcome to come along and join in the discussion.
The next meeting of RMG’s Lunchtime Journal Club will be on Friday 26th May, from 1:00 – 2:00. The paper under discussion will be: LaDonna, K. A., Taylor, T. and Lingard, L. (2018) Why Open-Ended Survey Questions Are Unlikely to Support Rigorous Qualitative Insights. Academic Medicine, Vol. 93, No. 3 . CLICK HERE to read the paper.
Dr Michal Tombs, RMG Committee Member, will be presenting the paper and facilitating the associated discussion. All welcome!
Session speaker: Dr Michal Tombs
Dr Michal Tombs, PGR lead in Medical Education at the School of Medicine, Cardiff University.