Special Interest Groups (SIG)

Welcome to the MedEdWorld Special Interest Groups (SIGs). This section of MedEdWorld  provides a facility for individuals with an interest in a specific aspect of education in the health care professions to engage in discussion and share information and ideas with others with a similar interest. Some groups have open access and others are by invitation only. MedEdWorld members can initiate new SIGs by contacting [email protected] with details of the SIG such as title, description, educational area and the type of access to be permitted (open access or invitation only).

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Faculty Development
This is a closed group for Faculty Development members only.
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AMEE Administrator
(27/11/2017 11:40:55)
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ESMESim at AMEE 2016
This SIG is for all participants joining the Essential Skills in Simulation-based Healthcare Instruction course at AMEE 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.
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Ross Scalese
(27/08/2016 00:46:01)
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Curriculum Mapping
This SIG will offer an opportunity to discuss issues related to web applications and other means of collecting, managing and analyzing curricular information. We expect the discussion to focus on design and features of available applications, utilization by faculty and students, and evaluation of performance and outcomes. Other topics would include integration with Learning Management Systems, and implications for curriculum and faculty development.
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Annette Byrne
(20/04/2016 15:09:27)
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ESCEL at ICME 2015
This SIG is for all participants joining the Essential Skills in Medical Education eLearning course at ICME 2015.
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John Sandars
(17/02/2016 17:11:41)
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Social and Behavioural Sciences in Medical Education
This SIG is for anyone interested in Behavioural and Social Science teaching in medicine.
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Jeni Harden
(17/01/2017 17:03:20)
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