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Special Interest Groups - NEGEA

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Medical Education Learning Specialists (MELS) 

MELS SIG creates a community of learning specialists, who offer academic support to medical students, residents, and other health professionals, to share best practices and resources. This SIG supports professional development by providing opportunities for collaboration on scholarly activities as well as enables sharing best practices and resources. This group is not just for learning specialists but welcomes all interested in discussing issues related to academic support. We invite those affiliated with NEGEA to join us as well as colleagues from around the country.

Leadership: Norma Saks

Librarians In Medical Education (LiME) 

This SIG serves those teaching information literacy skills to students, residents and faculty. LiME is not just for librarians but is for anyone interested in how knowledge of using the medical literature and information literacy plays a role in medical education.

Leadership: Judy Spak

Directors of Clinical Skills (DOCS)

This SIG builds a cohesive and productive international consortium of educators who direct, teach, or administer clinical skills courses for medical students. We aim to promote scholarship, establish best practices, and encourage exchange of ideas across the continuum of clinical skills education.

Leadership: Rikki Ovitsh

Health Humanities as Teaching and Learning Strategy 

This SIG explores the ways in which the Arts & Humanities, as both formal and informal aspects of medical education, can inform healthcare, in terms of physician-patient relationships, cultural competencies and physician well-being. As a true Community of Practice, we share resources specific to health humanities to assure all SIG participants can begin to build a library of their own.

Leadership: Arlice Fornari and Leigh Ann Holterman

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