IAMSE Webinar Series

Sponsored by the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE)

IAMSE Fall 2020 Webcast Audio Seminar Mini-Series

*Note: The password to view the archived series is IAMSEWASSpring20

Navigating the Effects of COVID-19 on the 20-21 Residency Application Cycle 
Presenters: Maya Hammoud, Versa Pleasant and Kelly Santos-Parker
Session: Sept. 17, 2020 at 12pm Eastern Time
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PA and PT Admissions in the Time of COVID-19:  A Panel Discussion 
Presenters: Jeremy Turkall, Erika Brooks and Thomas O’Shea
Session: Sept. 10, 2020 at 12pm Eastern Time
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Medical School Admissions in the Time of COVID-19: Maintaining the Integrity of Holistic Review 
Presenters: Christina Grabowski and Leila Harrison
Session: Sept. 3, 2020 at 12pm Eastern Time
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To view archived Winter 2020 sessions please visit http://bit.ly/2NSMNZC

IAMSE Spring 2020 Web Seminar Series – Sessions Resume Aug. 13

Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education: Health Systems Sciences

After a temporary interruption caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 IAMSE Spring Webcast Audio Seminar Series will be wrapping up next week. This season has focused on health systems sciences. Health Systems Sciences has evolved as the third pillar of medical education, integrated with the two historic pillars—basic and clinical sciences. To address this curricular innovation, the Spring 2020 IAMSE webcast audio seminar series has been exploring the implementation of Health Systems Science (HSS) curricula in medical education. This Spring, we lined up multiple speakers to shine a light on the topic across multiple landscapes in medical education. In our fifth and final session, we welcome Drs. Stephanie Starr of the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine and Jed Gonzalo of the Penn State College of Medicine.

The Broccoli of US Medical Education: Key Health Systems Science Challenges 
Presenters: Stephanie Starr, MD and Jed Gonzalo, MD, MSc
Session: August 27, 2020 at 12pm Eastern Time

U.S. Medical Schools are significantly changing curricula to meet the evolving needs of health systems by incorporating more Health Systems Science into their programs. Although much progress has been made over the past several years, significant challenges remain. The successful implementation of HSS is challenging due to the need for new curricula, novel assessments and evaluations within the workplace, the development of educators, resource allocation, and the receptivity and engagement by students and faculty in this learning agenda. In this session, the facilitators will articulate several of the key challenges facing Health Systems Science education, and suggest strategies to address these challenges. To fulfill the obligation of preparing the next generation of systems-ready physicians, the medical education community must develop a shared understanding of these challenges to catalyze change.

Registration is open to faculty, students and staff. 

More information is available at this link and on the CENTILE website

Past Webinars

IAMSE Winter 2020 Web Seminar Series – Thursdays Jan. 9 to Feb. 6 at 12 p.m.

(Access information will be sent on the Tuesday prior to each session)

  • January 9, 2020 – “Responding to the Opioid Crisis: an Educator’s View”, presented by Lisa Graves, MD, Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School Of Medicine
  • January 16, 2020 – “Using Undergraduate Medical Education to Increase the Number of Physicians Prepared to Prescribe Medication Assisted Treatment” presented by Paul George MD, MHPE, Brown University
  • January 23, 2020 – “Methods for Incorporating Opioid Education into Health Professions Curricula”, presented by Sherry Jimenez, Ed.D and Jeremy Buchanan, BSSW, Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • January 30, 2020 – “Informing Pain Management Curriculum: A Multidisciplinary Discussion on Alternatives to Opioids” presented by Suzanne Lady, DC, University of Western States and Narda Robinson, DO, CURACORE VET and CURACORE MED
  • February 6, 2020 – “Medical Students and Substance Use: Challenges and Supports”, presented by Lee Jones, MD

To view archived Winter 2020 sessions please visit http://bit.ly/2NSMNZC

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The Role of Basic Science in 21st Century Medical Education – Thursdays March 7 to April 4 at 12 p.m.

March 7, 2019 – “The Changing Roles of the Basic Science Educator”.  Presented by Ron Harden, OBE, MD, FRCP

March 14, 2019 – “Going Lecture Free for Gen Z” Presented by Brenda Roman, MD, Mary JO Trout, Pharm D, BCPS, BCGP, & Irina Overman, MD

March 21, 2019 – “The Role of Foundational Sciences in Clinical Years” Presented by Kim Dahlman, PhD

March 28, 2019 – “Stepping Beyond the “Step 1 Climate” Presented by Kathy Abdolsek, MD and David Chen, MSII

April 4, 2019 – “Moving USMLE Step 1 After Core Clerkships: Rationale, Challenges and Early Outcomes” Presented by Michelle Daniel, MD, MHPE

Please register with this Google Form for “The Role of Basic Science in 21st Century Medical Education.”

Archived Webinars

You must sign in with your GU email to access the winter 2020 archive links.

Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education — Global Challenges and Solutions in Health Professions Education (FALL 2017)

Remediation in Health Science Education (IAMSE Spring)

Creating a Culture of Well-Being at an Academic Health Center (Winter 2017)

Strategies for Assessment of Skills, Attitudes, and Behaviors Across the Health Sciences (IAMSE Fall 2016)

Curriculum Design and Evaluation (Spring IAMSE 2016)

Research in Health Sciences Education (IAMSE 2016)

Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education — Placing Faculty and Students in New Experiences for Teaching and Learning (IAMSE 2015)

Interprofessional Education and Practice (IAMSE 2015)

Training the Next Generation of Health-Science Educators (IAMSE 2015)

Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education (IAMSE 2014)

Practical Applications of Active Learning

  • How Medical Schools Operationalize LCME Accreditation Expectations for Self-Directed and Active Learning
  • Approaches to Active Learning; Two Medical Schools Make a Start
  • A Pedagogically Driven Redesign to Fulfill Medical Education’s Social Contract
  • Practical Tips for Active Learning in Large Scale Classrooms
  • MOOCS and Health Sciences Education: Hype or Disruption?