The following is a partial list of external (non-AMS) medical education conferences and workshops. Please use the links provided to find more information.
The Alliance offers a variety of face-to-face events to provide members and other in the CEhp community with forums for learning, sharing and networking.
A list of sponsored conferences is available.
A list of upcoming and future meetings is found here.
The AMEE conferences provide an opportunity to take part in workshops and courses and to present your own work through a short communication or poster.
APGO holds two major educational seminars each year.
The ASPE Conferences consist of technique demonstrations, research/project posters, workshops, technology sessions, and panel discussions on a wide variety of SP and simulation topics.
Conferences, workshops, and courses aimed at teachers, trainers, and learners in medical education.
Annual meeting information and call for abstracts.
The CCME welcomes its international colleagues and other partners to its annual meeting.
CDIM is the organization of individuals responsible for teaching internal medicine to medical students.
The annual meeting provides an opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss important issues using the Consortium of Neurology Program Directors (CNPD) resources.
The COMSEP annual meeting includes workshops, mentoring sessions, research presentations, and task force meetings.
A graduate school founded by Massachusetts General Hospital, the GH Institute of Health Professions offers a variety of master's programs designed for credentialed health professions and others involved in health professionals education. Of interest to those involved in health professions education are the Masters of Science in Health Professions Education program, and the Health Professions Education Certification program.
The Harvard Macy Institute Programs offer sessions on assessment, innovation, technology and professional development.
At the annual meeting, common session topics offered include curriculum development, assessment and simulation.
These gatherings bring together students and faculty interested in activities of professional development.
The MedBiquitous Annual Conference provides an opportunity to network with colleagues and to learn from international leaders. It focuses on learning technologies and technology standards to promote better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education.
The Ottawa Conferences provide a forum for the exchange of ideas on all aspects of the assessment of competence in both clinical and non-clinical domains.
The SACME hosts two meetings per year, in the spring and the fall, to advance the CME field.
The SGIM hosts meetings, regional meetings, and other CME opportunities. Continuing Medical Education credit (CME) is usually available for most sessions.
SSH meetings provide the most advanced simulation education available to healthcare professionals. Events provide hands-on learning in leading-edge simulation trends and technology, networking and collaboration.
Conference events include educational and interactive seminars, lecture-discussions, papers, and poster presentations.
Each regional group of the GEA holds an annual spring meeting for faculty, educators, and administrators from the member institutions within their respective regions.
An annual conference and regional workshops during which the structure, process and essential characteristics of an effective TBL module are emphasized. Conference & Regional workshops:
Workshop designed to improve the teaching skills of clinical practitioners.
The department is recognized internationally for offering the continuum of graduate preparation for Health Professions Education (HPE) leadership and scholarship. Of interest to those involved in health professions education are the Educational Leadership Program for Health Professionals, the Certificate Program in Standardized-Patient-Based Education, and the Doctoral (PhD) Program in Education - Curriculum Studies Focus in Health Professions Education.