Webinars

Webinars

SoME Webinar

 

The Section on Medical Education hosts webinars 4x times a year.  Each webinar features a content expert as well as several panelists.  The webinars are broken into several sections to facilitate interaction between the panelists and the audience.

If you have suggestions for webinar topic, would like to host a webinar, or have the names of junior faculty who might benefit from participation as a panelist, please contact Garth Garrison, MD.

We use a web-based platform, which allows real-time discussion online. Active participation in the session is encouraged.

If you are interested in joining the Section of Medical Education, please update your member profile and designate Section on Medical Education as your section. As a member of ATS you may join an unlimited number of sections. You may access the form by clicking here.


Upcoming Webinar:

Please join the ATS Section on Medical Education, in the Behavioral Science and Health Science Research Assembly, in a webinar entitled “Are you interested in survey design? [] Yes, [] No, [] I don't know.”

To be held on Wednesday, November 29th at 3PM EST.

Survey-based studies are increasingly frequent in medical education and clinical research, and rigorously designing, implementing, and analyzing survey studies is critical to ensure that surveys are accurate, reliable, and publishable. In the "Are you interested in survey design? []Yes, []No, [] I don't know" webinar on Wednesday, November 29th at 3PM (Eastern Standard Time), Dr. Jeremy Richards from Beth Israel Medical Center and Harvard Medical School will review the basic necessary steps of creating a survey and designing a survey study, with the goal of achieving a publishable final product. If you're interested in learning about or reviewing best practices of survey design, we encourage you to attend this webinar!    

You will need to register for the webinar in order to participate. To register for this webinar, please click here!

We use a web-based platform, which allows real-time discussion online. Active participation in the session is encouraged, and there will be an opportunity for YOUR questions to be addressed.


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Last Reviewed: November 2017