Broaden your horizons with ASH’s new webinar series.
The American Society of Hematology (ASH) is committed to its mission of advancing the field of hematology by providing a forum for the exchange of knowledge and information – which is critical now more than ever, given the profound impact of the coronavirus pandemic on hematologists worldwide.
While maintaining its focus on the wellbeing of the community, the Society continues to support much needed education and training to our members around the world. As such, ASH is pleased to announce a new webinar series that is open to all ASH members. This series, hosted by the Medical Educators Institute (MEI), will feature live sessions on best practices relevant to medical education.
How does it work?
Each month, the Society will announce that month’s upcoming webinars and will provide access links via email and on the ASH website.
Cutting-Edge Teaching Techniques in Medical Education
August 10, 2020
2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern time
Julie Rivers, MD, MS
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Jennifer Yui, MD
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Session Description: Drs. Rivers and Yui, current ASH Medical Educators Institute (MEI) participants, will discuss their capstone project which served as a culminating academic experience for the MEI program. Their projects focused on cutting-edge teaching techniques including the development of an outpatient pediatric hematology curriculum and the improvement and assessment of educational conferences in benign hematology. They will describe the challenges, lessons learned, and best practices they experienced during the design and implementation of their respective projects and share their journey through the program including the impact it had on their careers.
Learn more about the MEI Webinar Series.