AMEE 2010: Glasgow Conference
The Association for Medical Education, AMEE in Europe is a worldwide organisation with members in 90 countries on five continents. Members include educators, researchers, administrators, curriculum developers, assessors and students in medicine and the healthcare professions.
AMEE produces the journal Medical Teacher, a series of education guides, occasional papers and Best Evidence Medical Education guides and the online information resource MedEdCentral. AMEE organises an annual conference and delivers courses on teaching, assessment and research skills for teachers in medicine and the healthcare professions.
Dr. Fenil Shah, CEO of eMedSim is going to attend AMEE 2010: Glasgow, UK Conference. AMEE has accepted the abstract submitted by him on Software Based Simulation For Medical Education, written by Mr. Romil Shah & Mr. Geoffrey Neizgoda. The acceptance letter from AMEE is given below:
04 June 2010
Dr Fenil Shah
12 Pine Top Road Barrington, RI
Dear Dr Shah,
AMEE 2010: Glasgow, UK: 4-8 September
Thank you for submitting your abstract for AMEE 2010. Following the review process, we give below a decision on your submission.
WE ARE PLEASED TO ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING SUBMISSION:
Accepted as: Poster
Title: Software Based Simulation For Medical Education
Author(s): Romil Shah, Geoffrey Neizgoda
Presenter: Romil Shah
Email address of submitter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes (if any):
Please note that the presentation is awarded to the presenter indicated above. Due to the complexity of the programme and the large number of submissions, except in rare instances we have only been able to award one presentation per participant.
Information for presenters will be posted on the AMEE website www.amee.org soon, including full details of the various presentation formats and the structure of the programme. We are unable to confirm presentation dates and times until the full programme has been completed. The final programme will be on the AMEE website by end July.
Please ensure that the presenter registers for the Conference if they have not already done so: Since we are working to a very tight deadline, acceptance of your abstract is conditional upon the presenter registering and paying the appropriate registration fee by 7 June. If the presenter is not able to register by this date please let us know in order not to risk having your presentation removed from the programme. Don’t forget that they can save money by registering before 7 June. If they register online and pay by credit card, this will result in further savings.
If there are any errors in the title, names of the authors or the address you have given in the abstract please let us know by email as soon as possible.
If the presenter requires a visa please ensure they register for the Conference as soon as possible and request a letter of invitation from the AMEE Office to support their application.
If there’s anything else you need to know we will be pleased to help.