Essential Leadership Skills in Medical Education-ESME Leadership for sustainability in a changing world
A high-quality online course for health professionals, teachers and administrators. The course strengthens technical and adaptive leadership skills, understanding of process of change, negotiation, and sustainability.
Essential Skills in Medical Education-ESME – Teaching, Assessing, Planning
A five-day face-to-face course presented during the annual congress of the Association for medical education in your (AMEE).
Masters in Health Professions Education-Brazil (MHPE-Brasil)
The Masters in Health Professions Education Program (MHPE Brasil) from the School of Health Professions Education (SHE), Maastricht University. This two-year, internationally recognized, Specialization Course will lead to a research-based Masters degree from Maastricht University.
Ministry of Health, Brazil; Instituto Nacional de Câncer; Sociedade Brasileira de Oncologia Clinica
The development and evaluation of competency oriented clinical oncology residence programs in Brasil.
Escola Superior de Ciencas da Saude, Brasilia, Brazil
Research in Health Professions Education
Foundation for the Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER). Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)
International Faculty and external evaluator
Course director of Essential Skills in Medical Education (ESME)
The ESME Programme (http://www.esmeprogramme.org/) is a two-part course to enable teachers to obtain, apply and further develop a more comprehensive and skilled approach to medical education. ESME provides a framework and guide with which to navigate new ideas about medical education, teaching and learning. It offers practical approaches for the multiple roles, responsibilities, and expectations of new and/or relatively inexperienced teachers in today’s complex medical education environments. The emphasis is on three essential competencies:
ESME has two parts. Part one is a 5-day Course that takes place before, during and after the annual meeting of AMEE. Part two takes place after the conclusion of the annual AMEE meeting and requires the development and submission for approval of a portfolio over a period of months together with periodic online discussions and learning.
Universidade Cidade de São Paulo, Brasil
Faculty development in small-group, problem-based learning for the School of Medicine.
UNICID is a relatively new private medical school. The curriculum includes small-group problem-based learning. Consultation focuses on the review and reorientation of teachers using problem-based learning during the first five semesters of the curriculum. Other work includes the development of research in medical education, revision of curriculum materials and assessment of students.
Medical Education Services
with Ongoing Projects Worldwide
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