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The ASPIRE-to-Excellence Initiative was established to provide a unique system which encouraged excellence in education in medicine and the healthcare professions by identifying, recognising and rewarding excellence in key aspects of education delivery.

Schools are invited to sumbit an application for an ASPIRE-to-Excellence award in one or more of the following areas:

  • Assessment of Students
  • Curriculum Development
  • Faculty Development
  • Inspirational Approaches to Healthcare Professions Education
  • Simulation
  • Social Accountability of the Medical School
  • Student Engagement
  • Technology Enhanced Learning

The standard charge per submission is £2,500 for each Area of Excellence to be assessed, reduced to £2,000 per submission for two or more submissions in the same twelve month period. The charge for emerging economies is £1,500 per submission and £1,250 for two or more submissions in the same calendar year.

For more information, visit the ASPIRE-to-Excellence Website



AMEE is a founder member of the Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Collaboration.  The BEME Collaboration is an international group of individuals, universities, and professional organisations committed to the development of evidence-informed education in the medical and health professions.

BEME’s aims are achieved through the dissemination of information for decision-making, the production of systematic reviews, and the creation of a culture of best evidence education.

Further information is available on the BEME Collaboration website


AMEE MedEdWorld

MedEdWorld was launched by AMEE in a response to the identified need to create a more formal mechanism for AMEE members and others with an interest in medical education to keep in touch between AMEE conferences.

MedEdWorld was designed to provide an international network through which organisations, medical schools, teachers, and students across the world could share ideas, common experience and expertise, and collaborate in the further development of medical education.  Following a successful pilot launch, MedEdWorld, was extensively redeveloped during 2012 with a variety of new and exciting services added to those already valued by members.

For more information visit the MedEdWorld Website

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