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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

Vacancies on our Education Research Committee

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  The Chair of the  Education Research Committee ,  Prof Clare Morris, would like to bring to your attention vacancies that have arisen on the ERC.   There are  3  places available on the committee from    30th November 2018 for a period of 3 years, with an opportunity to be re-elected for a second term thereafter.   These positions are open to any member of ASME who wishes to self-nominate. We are looking for people who: are research enthusiasts who wish to develop medical education research and its communities have time to commit to the ERC and actively work on the ERC agenda by developing, designing and delivering on key strategies The time commitment for this role varies significantly across the year, clustered around two key events (ASME ASM in July and Researching Medical Education Conference in November). It is anticipated that you would be able to put aside up to...
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Now accepting submissions for our New Leaders Award 2019

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The  New Leaders Award  is an annual prize which recognises outstanding leadership in the field of medical education for those early in their medical education career. The award is designed to provide recognition for those who have taken a leadership or management role in undergraduate, postgraduate or continuing  professional   development that has had clear benefit and impact on improving the quality of learning, teaching or the patient experience.  By early career, we mean medical students, doctors in training, lecturers, supervisors, support staff or mentors who have been  formally involved in a leadership or management role or activity in  medical education for less than five years .   For more information or to apply, please click HERE

The British Society for Rheumatology / ASME Joint Educational Research Prize 2019

The British Society for Rheumatology / ASME Joint Educational Research Prize 2019 We have partnered with the British Society for Rheumatology to raise the profile and promote educational research activity within rheumatology. This prize will be awarded once a year to the best educational research abstract submitted to the British Society for Rheumatology Annual Conference. In order to be considered for this prize you need to submit an abstract to the BSR annual conference 2019 under the category of ‘Education’. The winner will receive: £100 cheque prize Certificate of achievement The opportunity to present their research at the British Society for Rheumatology Annual Conference 2019 as a poster or an oral presentation The opportunity to present their research at the ASME Annual Scientific Meeting as a poster or an oral presentation For more information or to apply please click HERE

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