Advocating for healthcare education
Developing educators through a structured framework
Nurturing novice educators through mentorship
Acquire competencies in accredited stackable programmes
Cultivating a culture of educational scholarship
Join like-minded educators and learners to discuss and evaluate educational articles
The AMEI Tan Yew Hock Distinguished Lectures feature renowned experts from the healthcare industry who will share insights on education in Academic Medicine, innovation in pedagogical methods and educational research. The lecture seeks to enrich the education landscape in SingHealth and Duke-NUS, and enable professionals to exchange ideas at the forefront of healthcare education.
The Tan Yew Hock Faculty Development Fund was a gift to AMEI. The late Mr Tan Yew Hock firmly believed in leaving a legacy to benefit generations. The funds donated to AMEI supports the faculty development programmes to nurture and cultivate generations of healthcare educators and professionals to excellence in patient care.
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AMEI TAN YEW HOCK DISTINGUISHED LECTURE 2020 Teaching and Learning in a Changing World: Adopting a Scholarly Approach for Effective Use of TechnologyBy Professor Linda PriceDirector, Academic and Organisational Development, University of Bedfordshine, United Kingdom
AMEI TAN YEW HOCK DISTINGUISHED LECTURE 2019
Programmatic Assessment as a Response to Disruptive Changes in Education
By Professor Lambert SchuwirthStrategic Professor for Medical Education, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia
AMEI TAN YEW HOCK DISTINGUISHED LECTURE 2017Flourishing Learning across Contexts: Some Insights from the Science of Learning By Professor Tan Oon SengDirector, Director's Office, National Institute of Education, Singapore
AMEI TAN YEW HOCK DISTINGUISHED LECTURE 2016Paradigms, Paradoxes and Paragons – The Importance of Educational ExcellenceBy Professor Ian CurranAssistant Director of Education and Professional Standards, General Medical Council, UK
*Speakers' information is accurate as at the time of the lectures.