AMEE Guides cover topical issues in medical and healthcare professions education and provide information, practical advice and support. They are designed for use by teachers individually to inform their practice and are widely used in staff development programmes. AMEE Guides can also provide a valuable resource to inform curriculum and course committees.
AMEE Guides are available in the following categories:
Teaching and Learning
Research in Medical Education
Theories of Medical Education
AMEE Guides can be purchased individually by logging into your AMEE website account (you do not need to be a member of AMEE to purchase guides).
BEME reviews are of interest to a range of stakeholders in the healthcare professions including teachers, curriculum developers, administrators and researchers.
The text for a review is first published online at BEME’s website, the review is then published in Medical Teacher along with a Spotlight, and subsequently it is produced as a BEME Guide.
BEME Guides can be purchased individually by logging into your AMEE website account (you do not need to be a member of AMEE to purchase guides).
A selection of AMEE Guides have been translated into different languages and we are very grateful to the groups and individuals who have made this possible.
Translated copies are not available from AMEE but contact details of where to purchase are available.
AMEE MedEdPublish (ISSN 2312–7996) is an open access, specialist practitioner e-journal that enables academics, teachers, clinicians, researchers and students to publish their experiences, views and research findings relating to teaching, learning and assessment in medical and health professions education.
Medical Teacher, now in its thirty-ninth year, is published twelve times a year by Informa, in print (ISSN: 0142-159X) and electronic (1466-187X) versions.
The journal of AMEE, Medical Teacher is supplied in online format only to AMEE individual and student members in online format as part of their membership fee. For a small additional supplement AMEE Individual members can pay to receive hard copies.
Medical Teacher features:
reports of high quality research in health professions education,
reviews of current best practice around the world,
practical ‘how to do it’ guides on a wide range of topics,
Best Evidence Medical Education guides,
In addition, all AMEE Guides are first published in Medical Teacher. An international Editorial Board advises on journal policy.