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Medical Education

The AAMC advances the continuum of medical education to meet society’s evolving health needs. Serving as the academic home for medical educators, the AAMC offers a range of resources, initiatives, and learning opportunities to support the medical education community.

WHAT'S NEW

Now Open: Opioid Education Challenge Grant Request for Proposals

Grantees will receive funding to develop resources to address acute and chronic pain management and substance use disorders across the education continuum. Learn more .

New Conversations on Trust in Health Care

Participate in Academic Medicine’s New Conversations series on trust in health care and health professions education. Learn more.

MedEdPORTAL Calls for Submissions

Contribute to a featured collection on: diversity, inclusion, and health equity; opioids education; self-directed learning; or American Indian, Alaska Native, and Indigenous perspectives. Search for an open call.

Building Better Curriculum Webinar Series

Register for our monthly webinar series to learn more about innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping. Learn more.

INITIATIVES & PROJECTS

The AAMC leads and supports initiatives and projects to advance medical education:

Curriculum Inventory
Humanities and Arts in Medical Education
Interprofessional Education
Transition to Residency
Role of Medical Education in the Opioid Epidemic
Competency-based medical education
Core Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) for Entering Residency
Education in Pediatrics Across the Continuum (EPAC) Project
Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QIPS)

PUBLICATIONS & RESEARCH

The AAMC publishes a variety of resources on topics related to medical education:

Academic Medicine
MedEdPORTAL - The AAMC Journal of Teaching and Learning Resources
CI in Context
Curriculum Reports
Other AAMC publications

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The AAMC offers a variety of training opportunities for medical educators to advance in their careers:

Leadership
Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Certificate Program

Scholarship
Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC) Program
MedEdPORTAL Faculty Mentors

Teaching and learning in the health professions
Teaching for Quality (Te4Q)

HOW MEDICAL EDUCATORS CAN GET INVOLVED

The AAMC offers a number of opportunities for medical educators to get involved, network with colleagues, and share their work:

Attend a meeting or webinar
Group on Educational Affairs spring meetings
Learn Serve Lead: The AAMC Annual Meeting
Building Better Curriculum Webinar Series
Other meetings
Other webinars

Join a group
Group on Educational Affairs
Group on Regional Medical Campuses
Group on Information Resources
Other AAMC Groups, Councils, and Organizations

Present at a regional or national conference
AAMC regional and national conference opportunities

Review or submit to a journal
Academic Medicine
MedEdPORTAL

Join the Group on Educational Affairs (GEA)

Looking for a welcoming and supportive professional community of people who can help you grow and feel valued? Join the GEA.


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