TASME and ASME would like to congratulate this year’s successful applicant for the TASME Mentorship Prize, Grace Pearson for her submission ‘Improving the care of older people in Zimbabwe through undergraduate and postgraduate teaching innovation.

Grace Pearson @GraceInvaders

The TASME Mentorship Prize is an individual award that provides resources for early career health professions educators to develop a mentorship relationship that will support their development as an educator.

Please read some words from our winner Grace Pearson on what the award means to her.

‘I’m absolutely delighted to receive the TASME Mentorship Prize, which will go towards my work with clinicians at the University of Zimbabwe Medical School. This award will strengthen our collaborative efforts to innovate teaching in geriatric medicine and build my international network with clinical educators. Thank you TASME!’

Grace Pearson












Photo: Grace Pearson with her mentor Dr Zaranyika and a group of registrars, newly-qualified doctors, and medical students.


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