2nd Annual Congress of ACME

2nd Annual Congress of Arabic College of Medical Education

18 CME Credit, Class 1 MDRA, accredited by Arab Accrediation Council of CME

Event’s description

The 2nd Annual conference of the Arab College for Medical education is designed to discuss pivotal issues in medical education. It foucses however on medical syllable and calls for change in the medical curriculum.

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Educational gaps

Gaps have been identified by research and surveys in new trends and updates in medical education among tutors in faculties of medicine.refer to the CME accrediting bodies in these territories.

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Educational needs

Educational needs have been objectively defines to cover the existence educational gaps in new trends in medical education as outlines above

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Event’s objectives

Set an annual meeting gathers all leaders of medical education in the Arab world

Discuss the current medical curriculum

Calls to updates the medical curriculum

Discuss the issue of gloal medical education

Event’s themes

• Medical Curriculum Reform
• Arabization of Medical Education
• Professional Development
• Continuing Medical Education
• Medical Research
• Clinical Residency Training
• Problem Based Learning
• Global Medical Education
• Train the trainers

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Pre Congress Courses:
The United States Medical Licensing Examination
(USMLE)
1. Orientation Course: USMLE Step 1
2. Orientation Course: USMLE Step 2 & 3

Eligibility:

  • Only medical doctors can apply.
  • Medical students who competed basic sciences can apply for step 1 and 2.
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Registration for Pre Congress Courses of 2nd Annual Congress of ACME

350.00 

60 in stock

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Pre Congress Courses:
The United States Medical Licensing Examination
(USMLE)
1. Orientation Course: USMLE Step 1
2. Orientation Course: USMLE Step 2 & 3

Eligibility:

  • Only medical doctors can apply.
  • Medical students who competed basic sciences can apply for step 1 and 2.

Who should attend:
– Leaders & administrators of medical & health education
– Leaders & planners of Clinical training
– Teaching staff in Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, nursing and biomedical Schools
– Policy makers in Medical & Health Education
– Members of research ethical boards
– CME Directors, officers & Providers
– Training supervisors & Residents in clinical training
– Research supervisors & Biomedical researchers &
– Medical, dental, pharmacy, paramedical, nursing students
– USMLE Course: for those who plan to appear in USMLE 1,2 &3

Events Leadership

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President: Professor Chakib Nejjari, MD, PhD
Vice president of Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences
Casablanca – Morocco

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Honorary President: Professor Najia HAJJAJ-HASSOUNI, MD

Past Dean of the faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, University Mohammed Vth-Souissi, Rabat, Morocco

Head of the Department of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, El Ayachi universitary hospital, Salé, Morocco

Past President of the African League of Associations for Rheumatology (AFLAR)

Events venue:

 

 

 

Local Information:

Contact Registration office

Online submission:

Submitting abstracts
Deadline to submit abstracts:  not specified yet
Late breaking deadline:  not specified yet

Authors guidelines

Guidelines for writing abstracts:
Authors:
• Include all authors’ credentials (no more than 2, for example MD, PhD) as you want them to appear
in the abstract book and in the Arab Journal of Medical Education, to be published along with the
congress. The following information will be published: First Name, Last Name, Credentials, Institution,
City, State/Province, Country, email Address.
• More than one abstract may be submitted per author, but each abstract must be submitted
separately.
Title:
• Keep title short (<125 characters with spaces) and appealing.
• Capitalize the first letter of each major word in titles and subtitles. Do not capitalize articles (eg, a, an,
the), prepositions of 3 or fewer letters, coordinating conjunctions (and, or, for, nor, but), or the to in
infinitives.
• Do capitalize a 2-letter verb, such as Is or Be.
• Refer to AMA style for capitalization guidelines.
Abstract Content:
• All abstracts must be no more than 300 words (not including title or authors, or the headings within the
online abstract system template, but including all other content).
• All abstract must be designed according to the following subtitles: Background, Methodology, Results,
Discussion, Recommendation.

• Related keywords should be given at the end of the abstract. Don’t exceed 6 key words. The first letter
of each keyword must be capital case.
• Make sure your lines are text-wrapped rather than return-ended and that there are two spaces after
each period.
• All abstracts must include any funding sources utilizing the dropdown menu in the abstract submission
system. Grant numbers are optional.
• Authors should be aware that abstracts will be published as submitted without copyediting; therefore,
spelling errors, grammar, misspelled author name/credentials, will be published as submitted, if
accepted.

 

Responsibility of Abstract Presenters:
• Presenters must register for our congress and are responsible for all registration and personal expenses
related to the meeting. Authors are responsible for providing a substitute presenter if the author is
unable to present.
• Abstracts will be indexed by the last name of the presenting author.
• No materials for sale are allowed at any presentation.
• Submissions should not have been published or formally presented elsewhere prior to the annual
meeting.
• The corresponding author will be notified no later than 5th August, 2016 for regular abstracts and 15th
August, 2016 for late breaking abstracts.
• Authors are encouraged to consider the new Arab Journal of Medical Education (AJME) for publication
of papers based on presentations at the 1st annual Congress of Arab Alliance for Medical Education.
However, acceptance of an abstract does not guarantee acceptance by AJME, nor does rejection of
an abstract indicate that it would be unsuitable for publication in AJME.
• Authors should be aware that abstracts will be published as submitted without copyediting; therefore,
spelling errors, grammar, misspelled author name/credentials, will be published as submitted, if
accepted.
Review Process
• All abstracts will be blinded and peer reviewed according to specific criteria.
• Authors will receive feedback if their submission is rejected.
• Rejected standard abstracts can be resubmitted by the late breaking deadline

 

• All accepted abstracts will be published in a supplemental issue of the Arab Journal of Medical
Education (AJME) for the 1st Annual Congress of Arab Alliance for Medical Education.
• Due to the blinded review process, reviewers cannot determine if a student or professional submitted
the abstract. Therefore, faculty who have students submitting abstracts are strongly encouraged
to review these abstracts and assist their students in writing the abstract if necessary to increase the
students’ chances of acceptance.
• If you have any questions, please contact the Congress secretariat.
Abstract Submission:
Submit your abstract via e mail: submit@aameducation.org

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2nd Annual Congress of ACME

50.00 150.00 
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18 CME Credit, Class 1 MDRA, awarded by the Arab Accreditation Board for CME

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