ASME New Leaders Award 2020

Chee Yeen Fung NLA 2020 recipient

The New Leaders Award is an annual prize which recognises outstanding leadership in the field of medical education for those early in their medical education career. The award is designed to provide recognition for those who have taken a leadership or management role in undergraduate, postgraduate or continuing professional development that has had clear benefit and impact on improving the quality of learning, teaching or the patient experience.  By early career, we mean medical students, doctors in training, lecturers, supervisors, support staff or mentors who have been formally involved in a leadership or management role or activity in medical education for less than five years. We are pleased to announce the recipient of the 2020 award: Chee Yeen Fung, from Health Education England for their submission:  Dr. Me Project: Promoting Health, Empowering Children I am absolutely delighted to receive this year’s New Leaders Award for my work on the Dr. Me Project. I am immensely grateful to the students and school children...

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ASME Annual General Meeting 2020 invite

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  All active members (individual and institutional) have been emailed the below invitation to attend our AGM 2020.  Dear ASME MemberThe ASME AGM 2020  will take place on Thursday 2nd July 2020 at 4pm to which all ASME members are invited. The AGM will take place via webinar. You can register for the event via the following link Register to attend the AGM here AGENDA ApologiesPresident’s Welcome and UpdateMinutes from previous AGM Matters arising ASME’S Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Director Resignations/Re-appointments Financial Accounts to year end 31st December 2019 Annual Report   AOB Date of Next meeting Derek GallenPresident, ASME

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ASME Small Grants 2020 Recipients Announced

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  The Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME), annually invites Members (including undergraduate student members and employees of institutions that are members of the Association) to submit bids for small grants (up to the value of £5,000) to support a research study in the field of medical or other healthcare education. ASME welcomes submissions from new as well as established researchers. The SMall grants are awards overseen by ASME's Education Research Committee.     We are pleased to announce the following recipients of awards from the 2020 round of applications Catherine Farrelly, University of Exeter (and co-authors Natasha Doran, Sarah Bradley) with the submission What are student perceptions of how frequent-look OSCEs affect student wellbeing compared with infrequent OSCEs? James Groves, UCL (and co-authors James Cai, Amali Lokugamage, Faye Gishen, Will Coppola) with the submission Investigating the effects of an online mindfulness intervention on medical student stress and well-being Anna Rosselli, University...

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Winner of Sir John Ellis Student Prize 2020 Announced

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  The Junior Association for the Study of Medical Education (JASME) is a career group within ASME for medical students and Foundation Year doctors. One of its key goals is to encourage, promote and conduct medical education research initiated by students and junior doctors.  The Sir John Ellis Prize is an established and highly regarded national prize for new student work on a topic within medical education. ASME and @Jasme_uk are delighted to announce the recipient of the 2020 Sir John Ellis Student Prize. Selina Robertson from University of Liverpool has been awarded the prize for the submission “Patient Narratives in Undergraduate Clinical Education”       Selina is thrilled to have been awarded this prize and said “I’m honoured to have been awarded the Sir John Ellis Student Prize. Winning this award as I prepare to graduate, encourages me to continue my passion for Medical Education into my professional career. I would like...

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ASME Social Media Intern Scheme

  Are you a medic who loves a Tweet? Are you an Instagram guru, or a Snapchat celeb? We want your help to change the world of medical education social media. SoMe is becoming increasingly influential in MedEd, acting as a key cog in disseminating good practice, facilitating debate and enabling important connections between educators. Therefore, last year we ran our first Social Media Intern scheme. Our Interns were supported to develop innovations across a variety of online platforms, attended ASME events and presented their work at conferences. So, we’re back for more! If you’re interested in medical education and SoMe, we want your help. We want you to work with ASME and our partner journals Medical Education and The Clinical Teacher to create exciting SoMe resources. This is a great opportunity to develop your communication skills, gain mentorship and work alongside some of the most experienced and influential members of the medical education community....

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