A collection of beneficial resources by Educators for Educators
Advocating for healthcare education
Developing educators through a structured framework
Nurturing novice educators through mentorship
Acquire competencies in accredited stackable programmes
Join like-minded educators and learners to discuss and evaluate educational articles
Cultivating a culture of educational scholarship
CCED oversees faculty development for healthcare educators across all health professions in the AMC
CHERS aims to form a vibrant community of Health Professions Education (HPE) researchers in the AMC
CIPHE aims to advance interprofessional education (IPE) and care (IPC)
CTELI aims to deliver technology driven educational training and continuous faculty development in the AMC
The AMEI Education Grant supports our community of passionate educators in their scholarly efforts to evaluate and improve healthcare education for enhanced learning.
About AMEI Education Grant
One of AMEI’s goals is to develop faculty as quality and innovative educators who are interested in educational research and scholarship. As such, educators will need to explore healthcare education literature to find new ways to teach better and enhance the learners' learning experience.
The AMEI Education Grant serves as a catalyst to stimulate the development, improvement and implementation of healthcare education research projects, innovative teaching and learning methods, educational assessment tools and strategies, or novel educational technology approaches and tools.
The awarded projects should produce measurable outcomes that can be published in peer-reviewed journal articles or resource-sharing platforms, such as MedEdPortal, thus contributing to the academic community. A successful project should be sustainable and benefit a wide community of learners.
Successful projects will receive funding of up to S$15,000, depending upon the scope and category of application. The Review Committee will decide under which category applications fall. Interprofessional projects are given priority.
Submission of LOI application form
Application form will be made available from May.
*Note: The LOI should include details on what the project is about, why it should be funded, and how it will be designed, implemented and evaluated.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
The AMEI Education Grant is open to all educators from SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC.
Look forward to the refreshed terms and conditions of the grant this May!
The AMEI Education Grant Call is a two-stage application process:
Important Dates to Note
Closing date for submission of LOI