Introduced in 2012, the AMEE ePoster Prize is awarded annually at AMEE Conferences for the best ePoster, as judged by a Committee against published criteria.
The aim of the prize is to select examples of good practice in preparing and presenting ePosters.
The winner will be announced in the closing plenary at the AMEE conference and will receive free registration to an AMEE Conference, or a small cash prize of £350.
1st Place - #5BB10 - Anatomy and additive manufacturing: Imaging methods and 3D printing for anatomy education
John F Bertram*, Justin W Adams, Paul G McMenamin (Monash University, Anatomy and Developmental Biology, Clayton, Australia)
1st Place - 2JJ5 - Personality differences in communication skills and attitudes in a sample of Italian medical students
Lorenzo Tagliabue, Milano-Bicocca University & San Gerardo Hospital, Health Sciences Department, School of Medicine, Milano, Italy; Deborah Corrias, Milano-Bicocca University, Health Sciences Department, School of Medicine, Milano, Italy; Giorgio Franco Augusto Rezzonico, Milano-Bicocca University, Health Sciences Department, School of Medicine, Milano, Italy; Maria Grazia Strepparava*, Milano-Bicocca University, Health Sciences Department, School of Medicine, Milano, Italy
1st Place - 3FF/15 - Microbe Invader: Teaching microbiology through a computer role playing game
Li Tao (Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio, United States)
1st Place - 8CC/10 - Not another NHS website! : The challenges of developing a new offer in a crowded market place as part of an NHS Trust
Stephen Lloyd-Smart, Henry Fuller, Sarah Kaufmann, Margaret Ward, Andrea Fox-Hiley, Stuart Haines (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, United Kingdom)