ASME is delighted to announce the winner of the JASME Group Innovation Prize 2023.
One of JASME’s key goals is to encourage, promote and conduct medical education research initiated by students and early career professionals. This prize is awarded to a group who has undertaken a project or piece of work surrounding an innovative and original idea within medical education.
Alexandra Miguel Cardoso Pinto (Imperial College London) and her team shown below have won for their submission The development and evaluation of novel animations depicting the passage of electrical activity through the heart in well-described cardiac pathologies for final-year medical students.
L to R: Alexandra Miguel Cardoso Pinto, Aleksandra Dunin-Borkowska, Subaan Qasim, Lasith Ranasinghe, Thiara Rupasinghe, Daniella Soussi.
Upon winning Alexandra said “It is an honour to receive the JASME Group Innovation Prize. As a team we are incredibly enthusiastic about developing and testing new learning resources for medical students, and are therefore very grateful to have this work recognised by ASME. We hope to use this prize to further our skills as medical educators and researchers, and the development of future MedED initiatives.”