Awards & Prizes

Postgraduate Travel Awards

About

If you are a junior doctor and have submitted a 'short communication or poster' abstract relating to an area of postgraduate training, for an AMEE conference you may be eligible for consideration for a small award to assist your participation to the AMEE Conference.

How to apply

Process:  When submitting abstracts for presentation as a ‘Short communication’ or 'Poster, If you are a junior doctor you will be able to indicate on your submission that you wish to have your presentation considered for an AMEE Postgraduate Travel Award.

Submission Criteria:  Must be a junior doctor

Winners

  

AMEE 2017

  • Beatriz Manuel Chongo - When the Medical Students of Mozambique are introduced to Competencies in Intimate Partner Violence? Preliminary Results
  • Chloe Gilchrist - An Education on Discharge Summaries and Coding
  • Kathryn Watson - Developing an inter-professional bedside teaching programme
  • Leilanie Nicodemus - The Effectiveness of Mediated Learning and Concept Mapping in Improving Knowledge and Adherence to Treatment Guidelines
  • Hans van Huellen - Reverse Ward Rounds as a Means of Medical Apprenticeship - a Qualitative Survey
  • Camilla Sen - Communication Skills in Child Sexual Abuse: Current, Controversial and Challenging
  • Diego Correa Fern├índez - Design of 360-degree assessment tool for residents of the Pontificia Universidad Cat├│lica de Chile
  • Catrin Williams - Trainees with an interest in PeriOperative Medicine (TriPOM) - a new cross-speciality educational collaboration in perioperative medicine
  • Thomas Sanctuary - Breaking barriers - improving cultural competence
  • Rula Najim - Can Medical Conferences fulfil on the needs of our young educators and recognise their teaching initiatives?

AMEE 2016

  • David Brinkman - #3N1 - 837 European nearly graduates: a first multinational study of essential knowledge, skills and attitudes in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
  • Andrew Darby Smith - #4M3 - “More than ‘Basic’ Life Support? Addressing the Barriers to Bystander Response in Undergraduate Training”
  • Sarah Walpole - #5R2 - Global Health competencies for postgraduate health professionals: What does a doctor need to be able to do?
  • Chris Attoe - #9O4 - Towards New Models of Care: Developing a curriculum for interprofessional mental health training
  • Sari Dewi - #10N2 - The Need Assessment of Cultural Competency among General Physician in West Java Province, Indonesia

AMEE 2015

  • Jean-Marie Castillo - #5I5 - Identification of clinical reasoning and therapeutic challenges in family medicine practice: a critical insight to improve family medicine education?
  • Paul Heitmann - #4E4 - Turning the basic sciences on their head: what are the fundamental aspects of learning that could inform the design of a flipped classroom in medical education?
  • Melissa Straub - #5G2 - Improving Journal Club
  • Rita Isabel Henderson - #10O5 - The mock faculty position competition: a professional simulation for advanced trainees anticipating a competitive job market

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