As a long-time member organization of MedBiquitous, the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) is pleased to be the new organizational “home” for our technology standards. Under the leadership of the AAMC, MedBiquitous will continue its mission to develop and promote standards for the health professions that advance lifelong learning, continuous improvement, and better patient outcomes.
Register today and take advantage of the early bird rate (deadline extended to April 13)
Although it doesn’t quite feel like it here in Baltimore, spring is here! And that means that in just a few shorts weeks, MedBiquitous will host our 2018 Annual Conference, designed to bring you and your colleagues together for a few days of education, exploration and networking. The event will be held May 21-22, 2018, at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore.
It is with great pride and excitement that we announce that David Cook, MD, MHPE, and Teodor Grantcharov, MD, PhD, have accepted our speaking invitations for MedBiquitous’ 2018 Annual Conference, to be held May 21-22 at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
MedBiquitous has launched a brand new web site, packed with easy-to-find resources and information about our standards and how our members use those standards to advance the health professions.
MedBiquitous has announced the launch of its Educational Achievement standard, designed to unify competency and achievement data to draw a complete and accurate picture, electronically, of how a learner progresses throughout his or her career.
Hopefully, those of you who attended MedBiquitous’ Annual Conference earlier this month learned a lot, took advantage of some fantastic networking opportunities, and returned home feeling motivated and energized about all of the great things happening within health professions education.
Simulation and scenario-based training create powerful learning environments for students and professionals to gain practical clinical experience.
Our Curriculum Inventory Working Group is kicking off a new project to integrate our systems and allow for a “real time” exchange of data and resources. Our goal is to leverage the great tools and content that already exist and maximize the potential they have to work together.