Announcement of Vacancy: ASME Director of Events (maternity cover)

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ASME’s Board of Directors would like to invite applications from the membership to join the Board to provide Maternity Leave cover as Director of Events.   It is anticipated to be for a period of 12 months from January 2021.This opportunity will enable interested members who wish to make an active contribution to ASME, gain experience in involvement in organising large events, insight into how a Board operates, influence policy and/or ideas and to provide fresh and possibly alternative viewpoints/ideas to the Board.The Role description is attached here.Appointment of Directors by the Board processIf you would like to apply to join the Board as a Director, you should submit your CV and up to a 300 word statement outlining your background and experience and what you would bring to ASME generally and also specifically in terms of organising our events, for example our ASM.  Due to the current situation in the UK, this...

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ASME appoints Aileen Barrett as new editor for The Clinical Teacher

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Online journal to benefit from Aileen Barrett’s experience in medical education and communications. The Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) has appointed senior medical education and communications specialist Aileen Barrett as the new editor of its leading online journal The Clinical Teacher. With extensive experience as a medical education academic and research supervisor as well as a reviewer for medical publications, Aileen Barrett will be heading up the journal’s editorial board starting 1st December 2020. Her expertise is founded on a PhD in medical education and further backed up by a career as a clinical physiotherapist in Ireland and Australia.  The Clinical Teacher new editor Aileen Barrett said: “Working with the team of contributors and reviewers at The Clinical Teacher is a fantastic opportunity to combine my passions for educational research and clinical teaching. “The journal is among the most respected in its field. My aim is to build...

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ASME Intercalation Prize 2020 – Winner and Runner up Announcement

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The ASME Intercalation Prize is a fairly new prize, introduced in the academic year 2018/19. The prize follows the same submission criteria and format as the Sir John Ellis Prize, however, is specifically for projects completed during an intercalated degree. Projects may include: Original researchDetailed literature reviewsEducational interventions Submissions should be a description of a piece of work, survey, research or innovation in which the student has been directly involved, in the field of medical education. Candidates should aim to include the following: AimsMethodsOutcomesDiscussion of medical educational literatureReflection on personal development The expectation is of a well-structured, purposeful and disciplined piece of work that will be of general interest to a medical education audience. Curricular innovations and new methods are welcomed but must include justification, appropriate references to literature and elements of evaluation – these may be more eligible for our innovation prizes. It is expected that all projects have an element...

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RME 2020 Virtual Conference – Registration now open!

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We are delighted to launch the registration for our Researching Medical Education (RME) 2020 Virtual Conference, Thursday 12th November, 9am-5pm. Researching Medical Education is a one-day conference for all those interested in medical and clinical education research. The conference is designed and run by the Association for the Study of Medical Education’s Education Research Committee. The conference this year will be a virtual event, delivered in partnership with MedAll. It is designed to maintain the spirit of RME through a blend of keynote sessions and interactive workshops. Virtual networking opportunities are also in abundance! This year’s theme reflects ASME’s mission of Advancing Scholarship in Medical Education. This includes fostering and supporting the types of educational research that can inform and shape the purposes and practices of health professional education and training. RME 2020 creates a space to explore the ways in which this can be achieved. We will be joined on the...

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ASME Institutional ‘Commitment to Scholarship’ Award

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            ASME’s mission is to Advance Scholarship in Medical Education.  Many of our awards have supported individuals to achieve excellence in medical education but, of course, the organisation in which the individual is embedded can make a huge difference to their ability to achieve this excellence.  Therefore, we are delighted to introduce the ASME Institutional ‘Commitment to Scholarship’ Award. This award is a non-monetary prize awarded to an institution that is a member of ASME and claims exceptional commitment to ‘Advancing Scholarship in Medical Education’ (i.e. research, evaluation, innovation, practitioner inquiry), including translation of medical education ‘evidence’ into policy or practice. A maximum of three awards will be made for 2021, one of each of the following application categories: 1) Higher Education Institution (e.g. school/college of medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary science etc) 2) Healthcare provider (e.g. NHS Trust) 3) Other (e.g. charity, placement provider, royal college...

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