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Pre-Conference

Saturday 27th August

Pre-Conference Workshops and Courses

Sunday 28th August

Pre-Conference Workshops and Courses
1600-1645 - Orientation session in English
1700-1745 - Orientation session in French
1815-1945 - Opening Ceremony and Plenary 1
1945-2130 - Networking Reception

Monday 29th August

0800-0930 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 1: New international insights for widening access in medical school admissions

  • Symposium 2: What makes medical education research good?

  • Symposium 3: Lessons learnt from BEME reviews during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evolution or revolution?

  • Research papers, PechaKucha 1, Short communications, ePosters, Workshops, Meet the Expert


0930-1000 - Coffee with the Exhibitors

1000-1130 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 4: From informative teaching to transformative learning: Revitalising the pedagogy of clerkship education

  • Symposium 5: Making research relevant: Enhancing the transferability of research in technology-enhanced learning

  • Symposium 6: Overview of the Ottawa Conference

  • Research papers, AMEE Fringe, Patil Innovation Awards, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1145-1315 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 7: Artificial Intelligence: What medical educators should be doing now

  • Symposium 8: Planning, patience, and perseverance – implementing and sustaining a programmatic approach to assessment in traditional university cultures

  • Symposium 9: Professional Identity Formation of biomedical scientists and their pathways into health science education

  • Research papers, Doctoral reports, Patil Innovation Awards, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1315-1445 - Lunch with Exhibitors

1445-1530 Plenary 2: Surgical Sabermetrics: The Future of Intelligent Safety
Steven Yule, Clinical Surgery, University of Edinburgh, UK

1530-1600 - ASPIRE-to-Excellence Awards

1600-1630 - Coffee with Exhibitors

1630-1800 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 10: Developing Master Adaptive Learners: The role of CBME, coaching and the learning environment

  • Symposium 11: Education aimed at transitions during the late careers of surgeons

  • Symposium 12: Beyond Diagnosis: Perspectives on management reasoning to guide educational and research efforts

  • Research papers, AMEE Fringe, PechaKucha, Point of view, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1800-2000 - Private Meetings and Receptions

 

Tuesday 30th August

0800-0845 - Plenary 3: The Personal is political in the struggle for equity in global medical education research and scholarship
Thirusha Naidu, clinical psychologist and health professions educator at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine

0845-0915 - Announcements:

  • Miriam Friedman Ben-David New Educator Award

  • Honorary Fellowship Awards

  • Karolinska Prize for Research in Medical Education

0930-1100 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 13: Accreditation for every medical school in the world: What could possibly go wrong?

  • Symposium 14: Snakes & ladders: Supporting early-career educators

  • Symposium 15: WHO Europe Symposium: Transformational leadership - a key competence of the contemporary health professionals

  • Research papers, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1100-1130 - Coffee with Exhibitors

1130-1300 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 16: CPD in a changing landscape: Embracing opportunities

  • Symposium 17: Designing effective hybrid learning opportunities for clinician educators

  • Research papers, Doctoral reports, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1300-1430 - Lunch with Exhibitors

1430-1600 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 18: Innovative technology-assisted Faculty Development

  • Symposium 19: Diversity and inclusion in publication practices and knowledge generation in health professions education

  • Research papers, AMEE Fringe, PechaKucha, Point of view, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1600-1630 - Coffee with Exhibitors

1630-1800 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 20: The GPS of medical knowledge for the 21st Century

  • Symposium 21: Aspiring to excellence in curriculum quality

  • Research papers, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1800-2000 - Private Meetings and Receptions

 

Wednesday 31st August

0800-0930 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 22: Thinking differently to advance research in Faculty Development: Beyond skill development

  • Symposium 23: CBE Around the World: Challenges and solutions

  • Research papers, Point of view, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

0930-1000 - Coffee with Exhibitors

1000-1130 - Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 24: Preparing tomorrows experts today: Aligning self-regulation and adaptive expertise for lifelong learning

  • Symposium 25: The medical school of the future after Covid-19

  • Research papers, Doctoral reports, Point of view, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1130-1230 - Brunch with the Exhibitors

1230-1400 – Simultaneous Sessions

  • Symposium 26: Assessment in Postgraduate Training: From roadblocks to learning support

  • Symposium 27: Community-based medical education in practice

  • Research papers, AMEE Fringe, Short communications, ePosters, Conference workshops, Meet the Expert

1415-1500 - Plenary 4: One way or another: Medical education’s irreconcilable ideology
Lara Varpio, Professor of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Maryland, USA

1500-1545 - Plenary 5: Lifelong Learning
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General (virtual presentation), Agnes Buzyn, WHO Academy Executive Director on behalf of the WHO Academy Team, Janusz Janczukowicz, WHO Academy Quality Committee Chair, Medical University of Lodz, Poland, WHO Academy Quality Committee

1545-1600 - Presentation of Conference Prizes

Close of Conference and a look ahead to AMEE 2023 and Ottawa 2024

 

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