ASME Researching Medical Education Conference
The Junior Association for the Study of Medical Education (JASME) is a special interest group within ASME for medical students. One of its key goals is to encourage, promote and conduct medical education research initiated by students.
JASME invites current undergraduate medical students to enter this medical education essay competition.
The 2014 title will be announced in due course.
To enter, students must be :
The student is encouraged to reflect on their individual experiences and ideas
The essay should be a well-structured, readable account that is informative and original
Word limit is strictly 1000 (+/-10%) including titles, subtitles and text boxes. Entries will be checked independently for word count and will be disqualified if over the limit.
Entries should be made by individuals only. No group entries will be allowed.
- 1st Prize - £100
- Runner up - £50
- Highly commended - £20 book token
The online application form will go live at least 2 weeks prior to the application deadline
All applicants must be a student member of ASME at the time of submission. Non-members can join ASME for a small fee and experience the host of other student member benefits of ASME.
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