You can still register now for Ottawa 2022 and AMEE 2022. In-person or Online – one Conference or both - it’s up to you!
We would really like to see you in person at Ottawa 2022 and AMEE 2022 in Lyon in August, but if you would prefer to participate online we look forward to connecting with you virtually!
After 50 years of conferences, two of which were entirely virtual, we’re now ready for our first truly hybrid conferences – offering online participants the opportunity to engage with live streamed plenaries and symposia, and also dedicated sessions to present to the online audience in their own time zone and network with those attending in person.
Ottawa 2022 and AMEE 2022 are separate events but there’s a discount on the registration fee if you would like to attend both.
Some reasons not to miss Ottawa 2022 (26-28 August):
Plenary 1: The Future of Performance Assessment: what has Covid taught us? Katharine Boursicot, HPAC, Singapore
High-Stakes Testing– Does It Do Harm?
Emergency replacements for OSCEs
Is the OSCE at a critical crossroads?
Research in Assessment
Situation Judgement Tests
Ottawa Consensus Statement: Performance Assessment and Technology in Assessment
Ottawa Consensus Statement: Big Data Research in Assessment and Medical Education
Plenary 2: What’s right and what’s wrong with assessment, and what can we do about it? Brian Hodges, Lorelei Lingard, Geoff Norman, Jason Frank, Ronald Harden, Maria Rachid, John Norcini (Modertor)
Plenary 3/AMEE Plenary 1: You Can’t Assess What You Haven’t Defined: Climbing the Evolutionary Mountain of OBE Transformation William G Spady, International Network for Outcome Based Education (IN4OBE), USA
The Ottawa programme also includes a range of in-person and online preconference workshops, and two full days of plenaries, symposia, oral presentations, e-posters, workshops, round tables and meet the expert sessions where you can help shape the future of assessment and evaluation in the health professions around the world.
Some reasons not to miss AMEE 2022 (27-31 August):
Plenary 2: Surgical Sabermetrics: The Future of Intelligent Safety
Steven Yule, Clinical Surgery, University of Edinburgh, UK
Plenary 3: The Personal is political in the struggle for equity in global medical education research and scholarship
Thirusha Naidu, The University of KwaZulu-Natal Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, South Africa
Plenary 4: One way or another: Medical education’s irreconcilable ideology
Lara Varpio, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Maryland, USA
Plenary 5: Lifelong Learning in health – the WHO Academy approach
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General (virtual presentation)
Agnes Buzyn, WHO Academy Executive Director on behalf of the WHO Academy Team
Janusz Janczukowicz, WHO Academy Quality Committee Chair, Medical University of Lodz, Poland
The exciting AMEE programme also includes 28 symposia on a range of issues in health professions education, 24 preconference workshops, 4 ESME courses and one Masterclass, and many short communications, e-posters, conference workshops, research papers and a host of other sessions.
Swapcard is the app for both conferences so by setting up your profile you can connect with others who might be struggling with the same issues as you are, or just renew old acquaintances or make new ones.
Explore the programme, book hotels and register for Ottawa 2022
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