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ESME Leadership in Medical Education Online

Course Leaders: Stewart Mennin, Glenda Eoyang & Mary Nations

The ESME Leadership in Medical Education Course is relevant and practical for all health care educators and professionals with leadership and organizational responsibilities for programmes, curricula, groups and teams at all levels and scenarios.

The course is aimed at those engaged with medical education, post-graduate training, continuing and workplace education. It will be of value to clinical and educational supervisors, to course directors and department chairs/chiefs, and to members of institutional curriculum committees.

The ESME Leadership in Medical Education Course will benefit professionals who must make decisions in unpredictable environments, and who work across disciplinary, social and organizational boundaries.

The ESME Leadership in Medical Education Course provides leadership with both a practical and theoretical foundation and the ability to recognize complex patterns, take low risk wise action and stay in a position of inquiry. It provides ways to build resilience and sustain innovation and change in an uncertain world.

The course build on previous ESME courses or similar experience and addresses practical workplace issues providing disciplined methods and approaches to seemingly intractable problems.

Participants who satisfactorily complete the course work will receive two certificates: an AMEE-ESME Certificate in Leadership in Medical Education and a Human Systems Dynamics Certificate of completion of an Adaptive Action Lab in Leadership in Medical Education.

Four essential themes will be interwoven during the eight-week course:

Leadership at the edge of uncertainty
Working better together
Finding the fix that fits
Making the good better

For more information regarding the course download the flyer or visit the AMEE website using the links below.

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A Teacher's Reflection Book: Exercises, Stories, Invitations

This resource is for university teachers and those who educate or mentor them.

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Annual Scottish Medical Education Conference 2016

Building upon the success of previous parallel sessions / workshops, the organisers are inviting submissions of suggestions from anyone who has an idea or topic which they would like to be considered ...

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HARDEN'S BLOG: By adaptive learning I mean an adaptive curriculum

Professor Harden discusses the development of adaptive learning, potential areas for growth and development within the field and the role of technology in all facets of life.

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Advances in Simulation – a new open access journal

The Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine Advances in Simulation (SESAM) have launched their new journal, Advances in Simulation.

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Top-rated AMEE MedEdPublish Papers - June 2016

Current update on the new MedEdPublish website

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