Danette W. McKinley, Ph.D., Research Scientist, led a roundtable session at the Global Health Council’s 33rd Annual International Conference on Global Health on June 1, 2006 in Washington, D.C. Dr. McKinley’s presentation, Measuring Brain Drain: Combining Data Sources for Effective Analysis, examined the migration of highly skilled health care workers from less developed countries to… Continue reading FAIMER Research Scientist Leads Roundtable on Brain Drain
FAIMER staff members presented on various research projects and initiatives at the FAIMER Symposium of International Medical Education Issues at the 12th International Ottawa Conference on Clinical Competence, May 20-24, 2006 in New York City. Topics included: accreditation processes throughout the world, characteristics of the world’s medical schools, migration from Africa to the United States,… Continue reading FAIMER Holds Symposium at 12th International Ottawa Conference
The School of Medical Sciences, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, in Mendoza, Argentina, hosted the XI International Meeting of Medical Education on March 29-30, 2006. Organized by Dr. Ana Lía Vargas, a 2001 Fellow of the FAIMER Institute and former Institute Global Faculty Advisor, the meeting was attended by more than 40 individuals, including faculty from… Continue reading Perspectives from Mendoza
FAIMER President, John J. Norcini, Ph.D., was Keynote Speaker at a Plenary Session entitled Future of Assessment Across the Education Continuum at the 2006 Medical Education Conference, held April 29 – May 3 in London, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Norcini presented an overview of assessment in medical education at this year’s conference, which was themed Partnerships… Continue reading FAIMER President Delivers Plenary at 2006 Medical Education Conference
John J. Norcini, Ph.D., FAIMER President, served as a panelist at the MedBiquitous Consortium Annual Conference, held April 25-27, 2006, in Baltimore, Maryland. During the Self Assessment and Quality Improvement Panel, Dr. Norcini with representatives of the National Board of Medical Examiners discussed innovative uses of self assessment for improving quality of care.