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Researching Medical Education

15th November 2017
Posted by Simon Logan

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All Joined-up: Successful Partnerships in Medical Education Research

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Researching Medical Education is a one-day conference for all those interested in medical or clinical education research as an academic discipline. 

The conference is designed and run by the Association for the Study of Medical Education's Education Research Committee. The day is structured into parallel sessions and led by internationally renowned keynote speakers. There are also keynote seminars and discussion groups, research method workshops for new and more experienced researchers and a master class for those studying for higher degrees. In addition, there are opportunities to network with your peers and those leading the field in medical education research.

The day will be of interest to career researchers, teachers of medical / clinical education research, students studying for Masters or PhDs / EdDs, undergraduate students starting education projects, medical education intercalation or those just keen in gaining a better understanding of educational research.

Delegate Fees

  • ASME Members £175
  • Non Members £235
  • F1/F2 £145
  • Undergraduate Students £115

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RME Registrations now open!

Researching Medical Education 2017 conference is now open to registrations.

Join us on the 15th of November at Friends House, Euston Road, London for this one-day conference for all those interested in medical or clinical education research as an academic discipline. 

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