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Medical Education

June 2018

The past few months have been of continued progress in project proposals and session development. We are in continued communication with regional Group on Education Affairs, Continuing Professional Development, and Undergraduate Medical Education.

Three significant advancements include the acceptance of a session titled “Learners Leading Learners: The Student Programming Showcase” to be presented at the Learn Serve Lead 2018: The AAMC Annual Meeting in Austin, TX. Submissions for the session will be released in the following weeks. Second, was a successful session titled “Build Your Own Medical School: Curricular Design” at the AAMC Continuum Connections Meeting in Orlando, FL in collaboration with Northeast Chair (Sandhya Rao) and the National Delegate on Student Affairs (T. Austin Witt). Lastly, we continue to gather information about Medical Education projects taking place around the nation to help connect OSRs and medical students.

Currently, we have two OSR project proposals under review and one project in progress. Our project proposals under review include a project focused on increasing the amount of scholarly writing opportunities in areas of OSR National Priorities and an informative webinar on Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs). The project in progress is focused on showcasing medical education research or projects through an OSR Medical Education Newsletter.

Future goals are focused on planning and organizing the “Learners Leading Learners: The Student Programming Showcase” session, further developing our Medical Education Committee OSR projects, and learning more about local medical education projects across the nation. Our next meeting as a Medical Education Committee is schedule to take place late May, however, we are continuously communicating and working hard to represent our peers.

Pompeyo Quesada
AAMC-OSR National Delegate for Medical Education
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine