Research Methods Series: Support for budding researchers

18th November 2020
to 18th November 2020

Research Methods Series: Support for Budding Researchers
Wednesday 18th November, 18:30 GMT
In this session of ASME’s Research Methods Series participants will have the opportunity to discuss their evolving research ideas. We will spend the majority of the session in facilitated small groups discussing individuals’ project ideas, and if appropriate, opportunities for collaboration. Please do come prepared to discuss your research ideas!
We will be joined by: Dr Eliot Rees, Lecturer in Medical Education at Keele University, Academic Clinical Fellow at University College London, and TASME Chair. Prof Bob McKinley, Director of Career Groups at ASME and Emeritus Professor of Medical Education at Keele University Prof Karen Mattick, Director of Awards at ASME and Professor of Medical Education at University of Exeter Prof Clare Morris, Course Director of MSt Medical Education at University of Cambridge and Chair of ASME Education research Committee Dr Alison Ledger, Associate Professor of Clinical Education at University of Leeds and ASME Education Research Committee events lead.
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