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Group on Educational Affairs (GEA)
Our mission is to promote excellence in the education of physicians throughout their professional lives and, thereby, to contribute to improving the health of the public. The GEA is open to individuals with professional responsibility in medical student, resident, and continuing medical education, designated by deans, hospital directors, or academic societies.
GEA Newsletter - Continuum
GEA Continuumreplaces the GEA Correspondent as the newsletter of the Group on Educational Affairs.
Strategic Planning for GEA
GEA Strategic Planning – Results from the Blue Sky Meeting
In July, 2013, the GEA Steering Committee along with several leaders in Medical Education engaged in a strategic planning process. The goal of the meeting was to review the current GEA Core Purposes, Values, Mission, and Vision. The following report is a compilation of the findings from that meeting and recommendations for future action.
2014 Research in Medical Education (RIME) Call for Research and Review Papers Submission Site is OPEN
Please submit via the submission site.
NOTE: The NEW submission deadline is Monday, February 10, 2014 at 11:59pm EST.
- 2014 Research in Medical Education (RIME) Call Instructions
- 2014 RIME Research Papers Formatting Guidelines
- 2014 RIME Review Papers Formatting Guidelines
- List of RIME Categories for Indicators
The GEA requests educational research grant proposals focuses on addressing innovative advancements in medical education scholarship, research, and evaluation and developing communities of educational scholars. This grant program is established to promote collaborations among GEA sections (UGME, GME, CEI, and MESRE), GEA regions and/or the health professions.
Research in Medical Education (RIME) Conference
To honor an individual who has made a major contribution over a significant time period to the process or administration or transmission of information regarding medical education in North America. Congratulations to 2013 winner Steven Kanter, M.D.
This workshop is designed to provide hands-on opportunities for members of promotions/tenure committees to apply the indicators in the AAMC Toolbox for Evaluating Educators to assess the performance of faculty members whose career focus is in education.
This workshop is a MedEdPortal Publication
The GEA Section Listserves may be used to exchange information about the activities of the GEA, professional development conferences, regional meetings, special interest groups, and the activities of the AAMC.
To post to and receive messages from these listserves, subscribe by contacting Felicia Moody at email@example.com
CIR is comprised of graphical interpretations of both aggregate and historical curriculum-related data collected annually by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (administered by the American Medical Association) from all U.S. AAMC-member medical schools.
The AAMC's free online database facilitates sharing of peer-reviewed educational material.
Project Medical Education (PME)
PME helps to educate Congress and other policymakers about the process of medical education, the benefits it provides, its complex funding mechanisms, and the essential role of government in providing financial support.
GEA Member Resources
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