A first-time view of the Association for the Study of Medical Education Conference
by Dr Juliet Brown
Teaching Fellow in Primary Care
Centre for Academic Primary Care
Conferences are a microcosm of collaboration, critique and niche scholarship, which can sometimes seem a world away from ‘real life’. Yet I always come away from them feeling enthused, energised, and with a new sense of purpose.
This year I attended the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) annual conference for the first time, and I’m happy to say, it lived up to expectations.
I was one of a team of five, along with others from the wider Bristol Medical School (and Academies). With so many sessions to choose from, we deployed ourselves at different plenary, parallel and poster sessions. The theme was ‘Medical Education with a Global Perspective’.
It was great to hear and learn from international … Read more