Awards & Prizes

Patil Teaching Innovation Award

About Award

The AMEE Patil Teaching Innovation Awards, formerly known as the Patil Awards, have been made possible through a donation from Professor Nivritti Patil, University of Hong Kong.  The Awards will be made to participants at AMEE conferences who have presented a short communication that is judged by a Committee to have demonstrated innovation in relation to teaching and learning methods, assessment or curriculum planning.

about-award

Process:  Submissions selected will be scheduled for presentation in one of two sessions on day 1 or day 2 of the Conference.  The sessions will be judged by a Committee and one or more presenters will receive an AMEE Teaching Innovation Award, which will be announced in the Conference closing session.

Submission Criteria:  Abstracts should be submitted in the Patil Teaching Innovation Awards category. Those not selected for presentation in one of these sessions will automatically be considered for a regular short communication session.

Prize:  Winners will receive an AMEE Teaching Innovation Award Certificate and free registration to the following year’s AMEE Conference.

Winners

AMEE 2017

The AMEE 2017 'Teaching Innovation' Award sponsored by the Patil family is awarded to:

#3H4 - Reinvigorating the teaching post-mortem through modern technology
Todd Smith, Imperial College London, UK

The winner receives an AMEE Teaching Innovation Award Certificate and free registration to AMEE 2018, Basel, Switzerland

AMEE 2016

The AMEE 2016 'Teaching Innovation' Awards sponsored by the Patil family are:

#4I1 - An Amazing Race for Health Advocacy
Mia E. Lang*, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

#4I2 - Distributed simulation using a virtual reality platform for improving skills in infection prevention control (IPC) during an Ebola outbreak
Thomas Gale*, Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, Plymouth, UK; Hetty Horton, Mentor Initiative, Monrovia, Liberia; Arunangsu Chatterjee , Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, Plymouth, UK; Martin Roberts, Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, Plymouth, UK; Nicholas Mellor, Masanga Mentor Ebola Initiative, London, UK; David Luke, Mentor Initiative, Monrovia, Liberia

#3I3 - From Textbook to Tablet: Developing a Peer-Led, Open Access, E-Resource
Oliver Jones*, University of Leicester Medical School, Leicester, UK

The winners receive an AMEE Teaching Innovation Award Certificate, free registration to AMEE 2017, Helsinki, Finland

AMEE 2015

The AMEE 2015 'Teaching Innovation' Award sponsored by the Patil family is awarded to

#4E6 - ‘Doctor On Call’: A novel, interactive teaching series to prepare medical students for working as foundation year 1 doctors
Kate David*, Nina Dutta, Rula Najim, Suveer Singh (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK)

The winner will receive an AMEE Teaching Innovation Award Certificate and free registration to AMEE 2016, Barcelona, Spain

AMEE 2014

The AMEE 2014 'Teaching Innovation' Awards sponsored by the Patil family are:

2F6         Bringing the world to the bedside: The role of distance-learning partnerships in overcoming geopolitical barriers to medical education
Rose S. Penfold*, University of Oxford, Medical Sciences Division, Oxford, United Kingdom; Mohammad A. Ali, University of Oxford, Medical Sciences Division, Oxford, United Kingdom; Adam M. Ali, Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School, Oxford, United Kingdom; Ishita Patel, Oxford University Hospitals, Medical Sciences Division, Oxford, United Kingdom

4F1         A low cost/open-source system for delivering feedback in OSCEs and clinical attachments
David Hope*, Avril Dewar, Kyle Gibson, Neil Turner, Helen Cameron (University of Edinburgh, Centre for Medical Education, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

4F5         Error disclosure training for junior health professionals: A study of experiences, perceptions and confidence
Debra Kiegaldie*, Monash Health, Monash Doctors Education / Monash Simulation, Melbourne, Australia; Alana Gilbee, Monash Health, Monash Doctors Education, Melbourne, Australia; Elizabeth Pryor, Monash Health, Monash Doctors Education, Melbourne, Australia; Simon Craig, Monash Health, Emergency Department, Melbourne, Australia; Dean Everard, Monash Health, Geriatric Medicine, Melbourne, Australia

2F4         A peer-led international programme to equip medical students with leadership skills to affect change in healthcare
F A E Knights, King's College London, Medical School, London, United Kingdom; D P H Knights*, University of Cambridge, School of Clinical Medicine, Cambridge, United Kingdom; A P N Gopfert, Newcastle University, Medical School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom

The winners receive an AMEE Teaching Innovation Award Certificate, free registration to AMEE 2015, Glasgow, UK

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