IAMSE is pleased to invite you to join them at their 2019 annual meeting.The conference is titled "Adapting to the Changing Times in Health Sciences Education" and will be held from June 8-11, 2019, in Roanoke, VA.
For more details, check the IAMSE website.
The IAMSE meeting offers many opportunities for faculty development and networking, and brings medical sciences and medical education across the continuum together. This year’s main topic is "Adapting to the Changing Times in Health Sciences Education." Confirmed keynote speakers are Don Cleveland (University of California, USA), Claudia Krebs (University of British Columbia, Canada), Craig Lenz (Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA), and Geoff Talmon (University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA). The meeting offers workshops, focus sessions, oral and poster presentations, and several networking opportunities. In addition to the program, the IAMSE Fellowship and AMEE-ESME course will be offered.
Who Should Attend?
The meeting is designed for all those who teach and lead curricula in the sciences of medicine and health. Participants include basic scientists and clinical medical faculty as well as members representing faculty from various other health care disciplines and educational disciplines. Also students are always represented and involved in the program. This international meeting typically hosts over 25 nationalities from around the world.