Not everyone can find the funds, or the time, to attend an AMEE Conference so we will again be offering the option of registering for AMEE Live! for AMEE 2019, Vienna.

If you are interested in curriculum planning, teaching and learning methods, assessment or educational management, there will be something to interest you.

From the 25-28 August 2019 you can participate in an exciting range of plenary and symposia sessions covering key issues in education in the healthcare professions and hear live interviews from speakers and participants.  You can take part in the discussions and ask questions of the speakers from your own home or from your institution as an individual or with a group of colleagues.  All you need is a broadband connection.  You can also watch the sessions later at a time convenient to you.

If you’re attending AMEE 2019 in person, you will also have free access to the streams, so you can take part in one of the other sessions and catch up on the symposia later.

Schedule

Sunday 25th August

1730-1800 Opening of AMEE 2019
1800-1850 Plenary 1: Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge: a transformational approach to learning
Ray Lane (Emeritus Professor of Higher Education, Durham University, UK)
1850-1910 A musical welcome to Vienna!
 
Monday 26th August
0830-0915
 
Plenary 2: Medical Work and Learning in Transition: Toward Collaborative and Transformative Expertise
Yrjö Engeström (Professor of Adult Education and Director of the Center for Research on Activity, Development and Learning (CRADLE) at University of Helsinki and Professor Emeritus of Communication at University of California, San Diego)
 
0915-0945 ASPIRE-to-Excellence Awards
1015-1200 Symposium:  Activity Theory and Medical Education: Foundations, findings and future perspectives
  • Yrjö Engeström, The Center for Research on Activity, Development and Learning, University of Helsinki, Finland (speaker)
  • Alan Bleakley, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Plymouth, UK (speaker)
  • Tim Dornan, The Queen’s University, Belfast, UK (speaker)
  • Loes Meijer, Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Centre Utrecht, the Netherlands (speaker)
  • Eeva Pyörälä, Center for University Teaching and Learning, University of Helsinki, Finland (moderator)
1400-1530
 
Symposium:  Every way of seeing is a way of not seeing: Critical insights into the blind spots of entrustment language
  • Daniel Schumacher, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA
  • Lorelei Lingard, Western University, Canada
  • Anneke van Enk, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Karen Hauer, University of California, San Francisco, USA
  • Carol Carraccio,  American Board of Pediatrics, USA
  • Olle ten Cate, Utrecht University; The Netherlands
1600-1730 Symposium:  Transition from Surgical Training to Surgical Practice: Challenges, opportunities and innovation
  • Moderator:  Ajit Sachdeva, American College of Surgeons, UK
 
Tuesday 27th August
0830-0915
 
Plenary 3:  A Call to Action: Patients as Partners in Healthcare Professions Education and Practice
Susan E. Sheridan (Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM), USA) and Suzanne Schrandt (Arthritis Foundation, USA)
0915-0935
 
Miriam Friedman Ben-David New Educator Award
AMEE Fellows and Associate Fellows
AMEE-ESME Certificate in Medical Education Awards
AMEE MedEdPublish Paper Prize
0935-0940 Announcement of Karolinska Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education
0940-0945 Invitation to Ottawa 2020, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1015-1200 Symposium:  Expanding the Role of Patients as Partners in Education
  • Gerard Flaherty, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
  • Robina Shah, University of Manchester, UK
  • Subha Ramani, Harvard Medical School, USA
  • Neil Johnson, National Institute for Preventive Cardiology, Ireland
  • Jools Symons, University of Leeds, UK
1400-1530 Symposium:  Universal Health Education Coverage - Health and Education for the Global Community
  • Nick Bass, East London NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
  • Jibril Handuleh, Amoud University, Borama, Somaliland
  • Ming-Jung Ho, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA
  • Ruti Stashefsky-Margalit, Technion, Haifa, Israel
  • Manuel Mendes Costa, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
1600-1730 Symposium:  Embracing CPD diversity. Bridging gaps!
Organised by the AMEE CPD Committee:
  • Lawrence Sherman, The Academy for Global Interprofessional Learning and Education (AGILE), USA
  • Dave Davis, Center for Outcomes and Research in Education (CORE), Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBR-University), Canada
  • Helena Filipe, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  • Three CPD representatives reflecting global diversity
 
Wednesday 28th August
0830-1015
 
Symposium:  Achieving Practice Change Through Outcomes Based CPD
  • Betsy White Williams, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Professional Renewal Center ®, USA
  • Mary Turco, Center for Learning and Professional Development, Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Geisel School of Medicine, Lebanon, NH, USA
  • David Davis, Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • David Wiljer, Education Technology Innovation, University Health Network; Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Helena Filipe, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  • Mila Kostic, Penn Medicine, USA
  • Sanjeev Sockingalingham, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Canada
1045-1135 PechaKucha(TM) Presentations
  • Topic 1:  The crossroads of residency: The present tough decisions of a young doctor - Agostinho Sousa (European Junior Doctors)
  • Topic 2:  The values we teach - Teodor Blidaru (IFMSA Liaison Officer to Student Organizations (LOSO) and a medical student at the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest)
  • Topic 3:  Health literacy and medical students - Beatriz Atienza Carbonell (Medical Education Director, European Medical Students Association, Spain)
  • Topic 4:  Creating the Future Workforce - Jennene Greenhill (Flinders Rural Health South Australia, Flinders University College of Medicine and Public Health, Australia)
  • Topic 5:  The Crisis of PGME: The World Needs More Direct Observation - Jason Frank (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada)
  • Topic 6:  The Thinking Sidecar: Five Thoughts on Machine Learning, Medicine, and Future Physicians - Ruben R. Puentedura (Hippasus, USA)
1135-1220 Plenary 4:  ICAP: How to Promote Deeper Learning by Engaging Students Constructively and Co-constructively
Michelene Chi (Arizona State University, USA)
1220-1245
 
Announcement of AMEE Conference Prizes
A look ahead to AMEE 2020, Glasgow
Concluding remarks

Registration and Fees

Registration Fee: GBP 75.  Includes access from one device which may be for an individual or a group.  Free of charge for participants from countries on the 'special rate country' list but registration is essential.

REGISTER ONLINE

Payment:  Payment may be made by credit card or by requesting an invoice.  The online access code will not be distributed until the fees are paid in full.

Programme:  Full Programme will be announced by July 2019.

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