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Medical Education at AMEE 2019

Published: 23 October 2019
MEIN colleagues
MEIN colleagues at AMEE alongside other members of the Faculty of Medicine

It was a busy summer in Medical Education with staff and students representing the Faculty of Medicine, at the annual meeting of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) held at the Austria Centre in Vienna between 24th and 28th August.

The following talks were presented by members of Medical Education:

Short communications

  • Susie Rebelo-Hopkins, Scott Border, Jacquie Kelly, Martina Johnson, Anna Ruff, Elizabeth Keel-Diffey, Judith Holloway: “What does innovation mean and look like? A perspective from the Medical Education Innovation Network (MEIN)” Find out more on the MEIN blog.
  • Nadia Fisher-Plum, Sally Curtis: “GP Trainees’ experience of learning opportunities and support mechanisms on the GP vocational training programme: A qualitative interview study”

Research paper

  • Sally Curtis: “How do entrants to courses designed for underrepresented students perform compared to peers on standard medical degree courses?”


  • Selma Omer: “Public Health Community Projects for Medical Students”

In addition, members of Medical Education were represented in the following area:


  • Kathy Kendall: “How to train your dragon: Transforming faculty development in social and behavioural sciences”

To find out more, please visit the AMEE 2019 website.

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