The TASME Teaching Innovation & Excellence prize recognises talent and ingenuity displayed by those embarking on a career in medical education. The prize is primarily focused on recognising teaching, but consideration is given to entries that showcase other relevant educational activity.

Shortlisted entrants are invited to give a ten-minute presentation followed by five minutes of questions at the ASME Annual Scholarship Meeting (ASM) 10th – 12th July 2024 at the University of Warwick, to a panel of judges and an audience as part of the TIE Prize session.

We are delighted to announce our 3 shortlisted candidates as follows:

Dr Aishah Mughal
Foundation Year 1 Doctor, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Project: International Surgical Anatomy Teaching Series

Dr Nathaniel Quail
Clinical Teaching Fellow, NHS Lanarkshire/University of Glasgow
Project: Insulin Prescribing Simulation

Dr Leah Williams
Trust Grade Doctor/Phase 1 Co-Lead & Simulation Lead, University of Sunderland
Project: Asthma SIMLive

We look forward to seeing them at this year’s ASM at the University of Warwick and wish them good luck with their presentations!

 

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