Call for Abstracts 2013
Join colleagues from around the world in examining how learning technologies can promote continuous improvement and better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education. The MedBiquitous Executive Committee is seeking high-quality abstracts for panel presentations and innovation demonstrations for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2013. The conference will take place April 8-9 at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. We are seeking abstracts related to the following topics:
- Educational technology research
- Virtual patients and simulations
- Electronic portfolios
- E-learning repositories and content interchange
- Data Exchange supporting professional development and certification
- MedBiquitous standards implementation
- Solutions for performance measurement, tracking, reporting, and improvement
- Connecting learning, performance and patient outcomes
Please note that presenters are required to register for the conference by February 15.
A 15 minute presentation to be grouped with other presentations on the same or similar topic. A question and answer period will follow.
A 15 minute session demonstrating innovative technologies including those that implement MedBiquitous and other learning technology standards. Each session will include 10 minute demonstration and a 5 minute question and answer period. The demonstration will be given to small groups of attendees six times over a 90 minute period as attendees circulate among the demonstrations of greatest interest to them. This format is intended to provide an opportunity for direct interaction between attendees and technology developers. As a consideration to fellow presenters, please refrain from using external speaker systems.
Abstract reviewers will be seeking abstracts that demonstrate:
- New and innovative use of technology in medical/healthcare education. Innovation may be technical, pedagogical, or both.
- Useful and novel implementation of technology standards related to the conference themes.
- A significant impact, realized or potential, pedagogical or technical, on the use of technology in medical/healthcare education
Please note that abstracts are limited to 1500 characters.
Abstract submission ended November 19.
Our thanks to the American Osteopathic Association for hosting MedBiquitous abstract submission!