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Call for Abstracts

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
FOR WORKSHOPS AND EXEMPLARS:
CLOSED

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
FOR INNOVATIONS AND “COOL IDEAS”:
CLOSED

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The 17th annual Innovations in Medical Education conference is an excellent opportunity to join a growing community of educators, leaders, scholars, and learners working together to move education in the health professions toward a higher level of excellence and wellbeing. The conference provides a friendly atmosphere that promotes maximum interaction among participants.

CONFERENCE HOTEL:
Hilton Los Angeles/San Gabriel

225 West Valley Boulevard, San Gabriel, California, 91776 USA
Tel: (626) 270-2700
FAX: (626) 270-2777

Sponsored by the Department of Medical Education and the Office of Continuing Medical Education, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

Guidelines for Preparing an Abstract for IME


In soliciting abstracts, the planning committee has the following objectives:

  • Provide a forum for sharing innovative ideas and educational innovations related to teaching and learning, leading, mentoring, and wellbeing within health professions education.
  • Build and enhance participant skills related to teaching, leadership, professional development, and promotion of wellbeing.
  • Build a network of health professionals interested in promoting educational excellence and wellbeing in academic medicine and health professions education.

The planning committee will consider all content areas intended to promote or assess learning at any level (undergraduate, graduate, practitioner, faculty). Projects that discuss learner/faculty wellbeing, culturally responsive health care, professionalism/professional formation, communication, quality improvement,  patient safety, and interprofessional education are encouraged. Also of interest are presentations of new technologies that are impacting and changing the delivery of medical education (i.e., immersive learning, AR/VR/360 degree camera use, MOOCs, etc.). Participatory workshops focusing on key skills related to teaching, research, leadership, professional development, wellbeing, curriculum development, and use of technology are also welcome.

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