Free AMEE Webinar on “Creating Shared Online Medical Education for the World”
Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed global medical educators top reflect on the status of online medical education. While digital platforms now allow us to reach large, even international audiences at little or no cost, we often find ourselves developing and maintaining custom curricular content in silos despite having limited resources at our own institutions. Thus, there is an opportunity for the global community to improve sharing, outreach, and collaboration, especially during these extraordinary times.
On June 23, 2021, AMEE and ScholarRx will hold a special interactive webinar. We will encourage educators globally to become more engaged in shared online curriculum development. We’ll also be introducing a planned series of workshops that will provide educators to further develop skills and competencies in developing shared curriculum development.
Date & Time:
Wednesday, June 23, 2021 11am EST
Access to the webinars is completely free and open to non-AMEE members.
Following this interactive webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify benefits and challenges to developing open, sharable digital curriculum
- Describe case examples of shared curriculum
- Discuss digital tools and practical strategies for shared curriculum development
Our panelists include:
Daniel Salcedo, MD, MHPE
Dr. Salcedo is a medical doctor and clinical educator at Taipei Municipal Wanfang Hospital in Taiwan. His field of study is Technology Enhanced Learning for Health Professions Education, and he works in integrating new technologies to improve the way we train health professionals at the point-of-care.
Tao Le, MD, MHS
Yun Weisholtz, MD, PhD
Dr. Weisholtzhas a passion for seeking and implementing strategies to make medical education accessible and affordable for students. She is spearheading curriculum initiative projects nationwide for ScholarRx, and serves as the Associate Director of Faculty Management at ScholarRx.
This webinar is for educators with an interest in developing open digital curricular materials that can be shared with the global education community.