AMSE news in 2019


Minutes of the AMSE General Assembly 2019

On 8 November 2019 during the joint EBMA and AMSE confrerence in Lodz, Poland, a General Assembly of AMSE members gathered. Enclosed you will find the minutes of the meeting.


TEACH project. Results of the midterm meeting.

On 18 December 2019 the mid-term TEACH project meeting (Erasmus+ program) was held in Berlin. The participants were the representatives of the four project partners: Silesian University of Technology (SUT, Poland), the Institute of Biomechanics of Valencia (IBV, Spain), Universitat de València (UV, Spain) and AMSE. For over a year the team had been working […]


Regular AMSE Conference, Lodz November 7-9 2019, Lodz, Poland – Joined Conference with EBMA (European Board of Medical Assessors)

176 participants represented 32 countries from 4 continents including Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. This include: Georgia, Spain, Poland, United Kingdom, Italy, Sweden, Indonesia, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, France, Hungary, Denmark, Greece, Kazakhstan, Republic of Moldova, Finland, Malta, Czech Republic, Brazil, Portugal, India, Israel, Croatia, Ireland, Iran, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Qatar. […]


AMSE at the World Health Summit (WHS), 27 – 29 October 2019, Berlin / Germany

Under the high patronage of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the President of France Emmanuel Macron and the President of the European Union Jean-Claude Juncker the World Health Summit 2019 in Berlin welcomed over 2.500 participants and 300 speakers from over 100 nations, top scientists, leaders from business and civil society, and passionate and motivated […]


The collaboration of AMSE and ASIIN

The Accreditation Agency for Degree Programs in Engineering, Computer Science, Natural Sciences and Mathematics “(ASIIN), Düsseldorf has founded the Technical Committee 14 – Medicine in cooperation with the Alliance of Medical Schools in Europe (AMSE). The constituent meeting of the newly founded expert committee took place in Düsseldorf on 3 September 2019. ASIIN is a […]


AMSE at the 6th Beyond MEd Meeting 23 Oct 2019, Lisbon / Portugal

Beyond MEd (Beyond Medical Education) is organized by the Pedagogic Council of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon (FMUL), in association with the Department of Medical Education (DEM) and the Faculty of Medicine Students’ Association (AEFML). The essence of the event is to strive for a deeper and wider understanding of Medical […]


ECAQA and AMSE sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

The ECAQA (Eurasian Centre for Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education and Healthcare) is a specialized quality assurance agency in medical and healthcare professions education that is recognized by Kazakhstan Ministry of Education and Science. Please, kindly find more details on its website: ECAQA In the MoU we agree on – joint events such […]


AMSE at the AMEE Conference, 23-29 August 2019 Vienna / Austria

Co-organized symposium of AMSE and AMEE The key theme of the symposium was “The 21st century medical undergraduate curriculum: What’s in and what’s out?” The well-attended symposium was chaired by Valerie Wass & Trudy Roberts (AMEE) and Peter Dieter (AMSE). A number of international speakers including Neil Johnson, Croi, Ireland (Patient/consumer perspective on needs of […]


AMEE and AMSE sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

The purpose of this document is to foster a closer relationship between the two associations. In particular the MOU contains: joined symposia and activities at conferences each association will display flyers from the other at its own annual conference each association will, within reason, promote the othe’rs annual conference in its social media and other […]


AMSE at the World Health Summit Regional Meeting, Kish Island / Iran

AMSE President Peter Dieter was invited to give a presentation at the World Health Summit Regional Meeting on Kish Island / Iran. He could get contact to many participants and introduced AMSE and its quality assurance programme duringe a symposium “Medical Education”…