Medical Education Web Resources
Wondering what you could do differently in your next class to motivate your students or to improve the teaching effectiveness? Click on an underlined website below to browse online for ideas:
- AAMC news is now available on Twitter as AAMCtoday and on Facebook as aamctoday.
- MedEdWorld is now available with information on recent publications on medical education, conferences, available education resources. Membership fee. It is also possible to browse the content pages of 80 leading education and medical education journals.
- Medical Education Wiki, a Web 2.0 resource, discusses 1) How do students learn, 2) Classroom teaching techniques, and 3) Clinical teaching techniques.
- Educational Scholarship Resources in Medical Education provides many searchable peer-reviewed medical educational resources that you can retrieve.
- Heal, Health Education Assets Library, is a peer-reviewed repository for online educational materials.
- Faculty’s Teachers Blog at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine.
Medical Education Web Sites
- Practical Clinical Skills
- NBME Services for Medical Schools
- AAMC Medical Education Scholarship Research and Evaluation Section (MESRE)
- Medical Education Online
- Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine (CDIM)
- Residents’ Teaching Skills Website
- World Health Organization World Directory of Medical Schools
- MEC Online Medical Education Resources
- Medical Education, Education Support & Development, University of Saskatchewan
- COMSEP, excellence in medical student education in pediatrics
- APGO, Association of Professors in Gynecology and Obstetrics educational resources
- Association for Surgical Education teaching modules. Membership required
- Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
Learn how to access full-text e-journals at the Alumni Medical Library by clicking on Quick Steps. Please note that Adobe Acrobat Viewer is necessary in order to view the quick steps.
If you have a medical education resource you would like to share with the BUSM Teaching Community, please email Gail March, Ph.D. so that the source can be added to this website.