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Initiatives (askAMEE, ASPIRE, BEME, MedEdWorld)



askAMEE was launched in 2018 as a small-scale pilot project.  Fourteen topics were selected based on feedback from AMEE Members, and a team of subject-matter experts were recruited to provide answers to 10-15 commonly asked questions.

Each editor was asked to synthesise the evidence relating to the questions and provide answers with recommendations, based on evidence where available.  

If you could like to take part please email [email protected]

For more information please visit the askAMEE website


The ASPIRE-to-Excellence Initiative was established to provide a unique system which encouraged excellence in education in medicine and the healthcare professions by identifying, recognising and rewarding excellence in key aspects of education delivery.

Schools are invitied to submit an application for an ASPIRE-to-Excellence award in one or more of the following areas:

  • Assessment of students
  • Curriculum Development
  • Faculty Development
  • Inspirational Approaches to Health Professions Education
  • Simulation
  • Social accountability of the medical school
  • Student engagement
  • Technology Enhanced Learning
  • International Collaboration in Health Profession's Education

More information is available on the ASPIRE-to-Excellence website.

Submissions are invited by 28 February 2022.

Please note: Inspirational Approaches to Health Professions Education is a Two stage application, deadline for Letter of Intent is 1st November 2021 and final application deadline is 28th February 2022.



AMEE is a founder member of the Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Collaboration.  The BEME Collaboration is an international group of individuals, universities, and professional organisations committed to the development of evidence-informed education in the medical and health professions.

BEME’s aims are achieved through the dissemination of information for decision-making, the production of systematic reviews, and the creation of a culture of best evidence education.

In 2019, BEME celebrated its 20th anniversary.  For two decades BEME has been providing the latest findings from scientifically grounded educational research to enable teachers and administrators to make informed decisions about evidence-based education initiatives that boost learner performance on cognitive and clinical measures.

More information about the BEME Collaboration is available online at



MedEdWorld - A global online medical education community sharing expertise to improve healthcare professions education.

MedEdWorld is an international health professions community of individuals and educational organisations whose purpose is the sharing of information, ideas, experience and expertise.

AMEE membership includes free access to MedEdWorld and can be accessed by logging in with their AMEE username and password.

More information about MedEdWorld is available online at 

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