4 – 6 October 2018, Pécs / Hungary The conference at Szentágothai Research Center and at the Medical School of University of Pécs aimed to attract members of European medical faculties, from deans to researchers, teachers and students. Community building and networking is a central mission of AMSE and represents a benefit to those who […]
Under the guidance of the Politechnika Slaska, Gliwice, Poland, AMSE has successfully been granted an Erasmus Project “Development of innovative training solutions in the field of functional evaluation aimed at updating of the curricula of health sciences schools”
Co-organised symposium of AMSE and AMEE The key theme of the symposium was “Are medical schools selecting students with the appropriate values for 21st century medicine?” The well-attended symposium was chaired by Valerie WASS (UK) and Peter DIETER (AMSE). A number of international speakers, Katrina DIMA (IFMSA), Harm Peters (AMSE), Sharon PETERS (Canada) and Trudie ROBERTS […]
The meeting was entitled “Ranking and Accreditation – two roads to the same goal?” Accreditation and ranking have been, until recently, perceived as two separate areas in the sphere of evaluation of higher education, each serving a different purpose.
The meeting was entitled “We are creating together the Future of Global Health”. In 20 workshops and 4 key lectures, topics such as Biomedical Education for a Changing World
The Annual General Assembly of the WMA in 2017 was held from October 11 to 14 in Chicago, USA. The program of the meeting was divided in Committees, Council Meetings, Assembly Ceremonial Session, General Assembly and a Scientific Session. In the General Assembly, documents on “Quality Assurance”, “Medical Education” and others were adopted.
In February 2017, AMEE created the Faculty Development Committee. AMEE committees are instituted by the AMEE Executive Committee in order to promote AMEE’s activities in specific areas. Each AMEE Committee is designed to contribute to AMEE’s mission of advancing best practice and excellence in medical education.
The Association of Medical Schools in Europe (AMSE) and the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) held a joint symposium at the annual 2017 AMEE conference in Helsinki. The key theme was the rapidly changing health care delivery and how medical schools can respond to ensure graduates are fit for the future.
Discussions will focus on the following key aspects: Necessary steps to establish a common quality assurance in the field of medicine Possible objectives of interested stakeholders like medical schools, accreditation agencies and AMSE The meeting will provide a platform for stakeholders to present their ideas and concerns. Click here for detailed information.
The Université de Montréal and the Montreal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM) hosted the 1st World Health Summit Regional Meeting on 8/9 May 2017. This meeting was one of two yearly conferences of the M8 Alliance of Academic Health Centres, Universities and National Academies. Based on the theme of “Health and Healthcare Delivery in Pluralistic Societies”, it […]