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Innovations in Medical Education Webinar Series

Each webinar in the series explores an aspect of innovation in medical education.

    Upcoming Webinars

    July 30, 2018: Portfolios and Dashboards: Leveraging Data for Student Success
    3 p.m. Central
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    Past Webinars

    Logging in with your AMA website credentials is required to view recordings of past webinars.

    May 21, 2018: Leadership Training: Developing the Next Generation of Physician Leaders

    March 19, 2018: To Medical Student Wellness and Beyond: Creating a Healthy Culture for All. 

    Jan. 29, 2018: Interprofessional Education: Using Technology to Teach Team-based Care.

    Oct. 23, 2017: Health Systems Science: The Third Pillar of Medical Education

    Aug. 21, 2017: Using Big Data to Teach Population Health

    June 5, 2017: Transforming Education: Leading Innovations in Health Professions Education

    April 24, 2017: Implementing a Teaching Virtual EHR as a Clinical Learning Platform

    Join a post-webinar discussion. Logging in with your AMA website credentials is required.

    Creating a Community of Innovation: Annotated Bibliography 2nd Edition

    Read the latest papers about the work of the Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium in this second edition of the annotated bibliography.

    Creating the Medical School of the Future

    Read about the progress to date. This 2017 report captures the challenging journey to reimagine physician education, including an annotated bibliography of related scholarly work.

    Accelerating Change in Medical Education

    Read this 2015 report exploring the overarching themes and detailing the projects of the first cohort of schools in the Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium.

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