Welcome to the Website of the
Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology
Medical Student Educators
The 2015 meeting of the AUPO Medical Student Educators took place at the Association of University Professors in Ophthalmology meeting in Tucson. We had a particularly good showing by CMSE members, department chairs and residency program directors.
In preparation for the 2015 meeting of the AUPO in Tucson, we invite you to submit proposals for presentations. Please let us know about anything you're working on that may be of interest to the larger group. The theme of this year's AUPO MSE workshop at the annual meeting will be "Meeting the Milestones, Bucking the Trends"-- how we buck the trend (that is, being excluded form the curriculum) is what our efforts are all about.
If you have work that you would like to present at the workshop, please send an abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2014 AAMC Medical Education Meeting
November 6 – 7, 2014
GEA NATIONAL GRANT PROGRAM
This new national grant program is seeking proposals that foster collaboration among GEA sections (UGME, GME, CEI, MESRE), regions (WGEA, NEGEA, SGEA, CGEA) and/or health professions. Proposals on the following topics are encouraged but not required to receive funding:
The annual AUPO Medical Student Educator workshop will take place on Friday, January 31. This year's workshop will be Teaching a New Generation of Learners- How Effective Are We? and will be moderated by Dr Linda Lippa.
1:30 PM – 1:38 PM Development of an Apple iPad-based Learning Tool for Undergraduate Ophthalmology Education- Lisa Kelly, MD & Zelia Correa. MD, PhD
The GEA is pleased to announce its new national grant program and has made $10,000 available for proposals that foster collaboration among GEA sections (UGME, GME, CEI, MESRE), regions (WGEA, NEGEA, SGEA, CGEA) and/or health professions. The aim of this national grant program is to promote innovative advancements in medical education scholarship, research, and evaluation and developing communities of educational scholars.
Proposals on the following topics are encouraged but not required to receive funding:
· Inter-professional education.
In preparation for 2014 meeting of the AUPO in Miami, we invite you to submit proposals for presentations. Please let us know about anything you're working on that may be of interest to the larger group. We're interested in hearing about any new teaching or assessment tools and techniques you're employing. Our workshop will take place on Friday January 31st.
We recently received the following from Michelle Daniel at Brown.
Happy New Year (a bit belated). Please help us reach our new years resolution: to get as many individuals signed up on the Directors of Clinical Skills (DOCS) website as possible so we can begin to NETWORK! If you have not yet registered please go to http://directorsofclinicalskillscourses.webs.com and do so ASAP (it's quick). Please also ask any other faculty at your (or another) institution who are leaders in clinical skills courses to join us, too (and let us know if you are no longer a director and do not wish to receive future communications.) Future emails regarding DOCS meetings, the newsletter, questions for the membership, etc... will only be sent to those registered on the site.
We recently received this information from Joanne Conroy, Chief Health Officer at AAMC.
The AAMC Readiness for Reform (R4R) Initiative assists AAMC members in assessing their organizational readiness for responding to key elements of reform and provides resources and activities to assist with implementation of these programs, including care delivery redesign and new payment models.
Of interest to AUPO-MSE members, JAMA is currently accepting papers for its annual medical education theme issue to be published in December 2012. Details are at http://jama.ama-assn.org/content/307/6/616.full.pdf