Medical Education Research and Innovation (MER/I) Conference
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The Wayne State University School of Medicine will host its fifth annual Medical Education Research and Innovation Conference on Thursday, Nov. 16.
Medical Education Research and Innovation topics are related to the learning process that occurs within a medical education setting, including learner characteristics, optimizing the learning process, assessment and evaluation, professional development, instruction design, technology in the learning environment, well-being, and innovative curricula addressing current issues within medical education
Submit your abstract
If you would like to submit a research or innovation abstract for a completed or in-progress project, please do so using the link below. Oral and poster abstracts are limited to 300 words and are due by 11:59 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29.
Link to submit abstracts: https://forms.wayne.edu/64df7ad8b038f
The Wayne State University School of Medicine hosted its 4th annual Medical Education Research and Innovation (MER/I) Conference to showcase completed and in-progress medical education research and innovation projects conducted by students, residents, staff and faculty on December 6, 2022. The recording of the conference will be posted soon. For a look back at the 2022 conference, click here to view it on YouTube.
More than 100 posters and oral presentations were submitted for the much anticipated 2022 virtual conference, believed to be the first of its kind nationally. Geared toward first-time research participants, topics are related to timely and important topics relevant within a medical education setting and to the broader educational community. Rewards and recognition are given for best-in-class presentations.
“Medical Education Research” refers to research related to the learning process that occurs within a medical education setting. Topics include but are not limited to learner characteristics, optimizing the learning process, assessment and evaluation, professional development, instruction design, technology in the learning environment, well-being. Research at any level (undergraduate, graduate, practitioner, faculty) of medical education are welcome. Medical education research can also include quality improvement projects.
“Medical Education Innovation” refers to innovative curricula that address a current issue within medical education. The innovation should be based on learning principles and be designed to meet a specific need. Examples include but are not limited to health and wellness, quality improvement, patient safety, interprofessional education, service learning.
❚ KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
The school’s 2022 MERI conference will feature two keynote speakers:
Kathy Chretien, M.D.
Associate Dean for Medical Student Affairs
Professor (PAR) of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Monica L. Lypson, M.D., MHPE
Vice Dean for Education
Columbia University Vagelos College of Physician and Surgeons
Rolf H. Scholdager Professor of Medicine
Columbia University Irving Medical Center