The AMEE ePoster Prize is awarded annually at AMEE Conferences for the best ePoster.
The prize showcases examples of good practice in preparing and presenting ePosters.
The winner will be announced in the closing plenary at the AMEE conference and receives free registration to an upcoming AMEE Conference, or a small cash prize of £350 (no facilities and administration fee).

How to Apply

To take part, submit your abstracts in the e-Poster category for our upcoming conference .


AMEE 2021 Conference Winners 

1st Place - SCALPELS (Simulated Case of Abdominal pain and Learning about Patient Experiences during Laparoscopic Surgery)
Maisha Shahjahan, Hope Poole, Josh Nicholls, Louise Harmer George Eliot Hospital, UK

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2nd Place - Anahuac University - Virtual Hospital. An opportunity for undergraduate medical students for training and assessment in response to COVID-19
Edgar Israel Herrera Bastida, Anahuac University, Mexico

3rd Place - RCSEd's Regional Surgical Advisory Network's webinar series for Medical Undergraduates
Richard Mifsud, Michael Silva, Royal College of Surgeons, UK

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4th Place - The Benefits of Introducing a Student-Led Peer Learning and Support (PL&S) Model into Medical Education
Bhanu Wahi-Singh, Pia Wahi-Singh, Heather Gail McAdam University of Edinburgh, UK

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5th Place - Is Medical Improv a Suitable Strategy to Teach Faculty Feedback Providing Skills?
Matthew Tiacharoen, Belinda Fu, J.M. Monica van de Ridder Michigan State University, USA

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