Globalization of Medical Education (Part 2): Perspectives from members of the US "House of Medicine"
Start time: Sunday, November 4, 2012, 1:00 PM|
End time: Sunday, November 4, 2012, 2:30 PM
Track(s): Continuing Medical Education (CME), Global Health
11:15 - 11:30 am Trends in the Globalization of Medical Education and Workforce Challenges in the US In this two-part session, participants are asked to reflect on the long-term implications of globalization on medical education and training through consideration of two multiple choice questions.
MCQ 1: Why are increasing numbers of US students seeking medical education abroad? A.To save time and money B.To gain broader clinical experience C.More programs have international accreditation D.All of the above MCQ 2: As more programs receive international accreditation, what should medical educators consider? A.The creation of multinational medical schools and residency training programs B.Licensing body recognition of multinational education, training and certification C.The creation of multinational assessment tools D.All of the above
Introduced and hosted by: Robert K. Crone, MD, President & CEO, Strategy Implemented, Inc. & Janette Samaan, PhD, Director, Global Health Learning Opportunities, Association of American Medical Colleges Moderated by: Lewis R. First, MD MS, University of Vermont Professor and Chair of Pediatrics; Editor-in-Chief of the American Academy of Pediatrics Journal Pediatrics; Chair, National Board of Medical Examiners
Part One: Implications for Medical Schools
11:30 - 11:45 am Globalization of Medical Education in the Middle East: Role of the American University of Beirut Mohamed H. Sayegh, MD, Raja N. Khuri Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Vice President of Medical Affairs, American University of Beirut & Kamal F. Badr, MD, Associate Dean for Medical Education, Professor of Medicine, American University of Beirut
11:45 - 12:00 noon Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar's Role in Globalization of Education: A Unique Model and a Vision for its Future
Javaid Sheikh, MD MBA, Dean, Professor of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar
12:00 - 12:15pm Flattening the World of Medical Education: Duke-NUS Medical School's Approach
Robert K. Kamei, MD, Vice Dean, Medical Education, Duke-National University of
12:15 - 12:20pm Submission of Questions/Break
Part Two: Perspectives from Members of the US "House of Medicine"
12:20 - 12:35 pm Liaison Committee on Medical Education: Seeing Beyond Existing Borders
Dan Hunt, MD MBA, LCME Co-Secretary; Senior Director, Accreditation Services, AAMC
12:35 - 12:50 pm Globalization of Medical Education: ECFMG Concerns and Initiatives
Emmanuel G. Cassimatis, MD, President and CEO, Education Commission for
12:50 -1:00 pm Break
1:00-1:15 pm Reflections from Carol A. Aschenbrener of AAMC
Carol A. Aschenbrener, MD, Chief Medical Education Officer, Association of American Medical Colleges
1:15-1:30 pm International Assessment of Medical Students: Should it Matter Anymore Where the School is Located?
Donald E. Melnick, MD, President, National Board of Medical Examiners
1:30-1:45 pm Graduate Medical Education Across National Boundaries
Thomas J. Nasca, MD MACP, CEO, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical
1:45-2:00 pm Board Certification Outside the US: Rationale for International Certification of Medical Specialists
Lois Nora, MD JD MBA, President and CEO, American Board of Medical Specialties
2:00-2:30 pm Session Summary: Panel discussion with All Speakers
• E. Cassimatis Presentation
• L. M. Nora Presentation
• R. Crone and J. Saaman Presentation
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