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We are delighted to announce the recipients of the AMEE 2023 Faculty Development Research Grant.
Through this moderated panel discussion, we aim to provide a platform for speakers from diverse personal and professional backgrounds to share under-represented and varied points of view within health professions education.
The opening plenary of AMEE Glasgow 2023 will be given by Dr. Sophie Soklaridis on the topic of Understanding Inclusive Leadership in HPE.
The closing plenary of AMEE Glasgow 2023 will be given by Professor Rola Ajjawi on the topic of Enabling Assessment for Inclusion in the Health Professions
AMEE Members will soon have access to a brand-new online community platform designed exclusively for them. Watch this space!
Register now for the first AMEE Community Webinar of the 2023 Spring Series - Nurturing educators through inclusive communities.
The final call for Abstracts for the AMEE 2023 Annual Conference for Health Professions Education Professionals closes on 17th February 2023. Don't miss out!
The ASPIRE submission deadline is approaching. Submissions for all categories, except Inspirational Approaches to Health Professions Education should arrive by the 28th of February 2023.
The AMEE Faculty Development Committee are currently recruiting for four new members. AMEE members can apply before the deadline of 28 February 2023.
Have you explored the AMEE Resource Centre? Find out what's available with your membership and where to access it.
The AMEE Technology Enhanced Learning Committee are currently recruiting for three new members. AMEE members can apply before the deadline of 28 February 2023.
If you are interested in reviewing abstracts for the upcoming AMEE 2023 conference in Glasgow, find out how to get involved.
Register now for your in-person place at AMEE 2023 at a specially discounted super early-bird price until January 16th, 2023.
Professor Yvonne Steinert receives the 2022 Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Award for Excellence in Medical Education.
Abstract submissions are now open for the 7th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions.
Exciting opportunity available for volunteers from our student membership to join our popular ESME Student online course free of charge.
The International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions (ICFDHP) has always been a fantastic opportunity to catch up with colleagues from all over the world who work in the field of Faculty Development.
The Programme Committee for the AMEE 2023 Conference, taking place in Glasgow on the 26th to 30th of August has been announced.
Abstract submissions are now open for AMEE 2023 Glasgow - Inclusive Learning Environments to Transform the Future.
Congratulations to the award winners for presentations made at AMEE 2022.
AMEE has set up a brand-new Twitter account. Join our Community and follow us @AMEE_Community.
Discover the new initiatives being run by the AMEE Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality Improvement SIG, and how you can get involved.
Leila Niemi-Murola, a Consultant Anaesthesiologist at the University of Helsinki, has been appointed as the Programme Chair for the AMEE 2023 Conference.
Welcome message from the new AMEE President, Subha Ramani.
Applications for the 2023 ASPIRE to Excellence programme are now open. Find out more about the areas of excellence and how to apply.
AMEE Associate Fellow Dr. Fatma Alzahraa A. Elkhamisy has been selected as one of the most inspiring pathology educators worldwide in the “Power List 2022”.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 ASPIRE to Excellence Awards, and the awards for Merit.
The popular twelve tips’ series has re-opened and submissions are welcome! The aim of the twelve tips' papers is to provide practical advice in the form of twelve short hints or tips for those working in a selected area.
ESCAPE4HEALTH is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme exploring the potential role of Escape Rooms in complementing the education of healthcare students and professionals.