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Announcing our new Director of Membership

A message from Professor Sandra Nicholson, Chair of ASME, announcing our new Director of Membership:  It’s with pleasure that I introduce Colin Lumsden and welcome him to our Board of Directors as Director for Membership.  Colin is a Professor of Medical Education at the University of Manchester and a Consultant paediatrician. Colin is of course known to many of us being a member of TEL and an experienced educationalist. He has an international reputation for Teaching and Learning evidenced by his award of a National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) and is recognised globally with invited keynotes, seminar tours and workshops at international conferences. Innovation is a major interest for Colin, having developed software facilitating data collection systems for teaching, research and administration  

The ACCEA 2019 Clinical Excellence Awards details announced

The 2019 Clinical Excellence Awards round will open on Thursday 7 February and close at 5pm on Thursday 4 April 2019. ACCEA will accept applications for new national awards and from those due to renew their award in 2019. For more information please click HERE Requests for support from ASME and supporting paperwork must be received by 4th March 2019 to [email protected]

ASM 2019 - Abstract submission and Registration now open!

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2018 EDC Educator Development Awards

ASME are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 EDC Educator Development Awards .    Gina Hadley, University of Oxford was awarded funding for the proposal “Eradicating Neurophobia” and Gerens Curnow, University of Exeter, was awarded funding for the proposal “Up the Creek - Teaching in Challenging Environments” Both authors have been invited to present in the EDC session “Innovative, Interesting and Prize Winning Work” at the ASME ASM, 2019, 3-5 July, Glasgow

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