Webinars


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Research Challenges in the Middle East

The webinar gives a broad overview of research challenges facing academic health centers and systems located in and working with those in the Middle East. Presented by Ibrahim Janahi, MD, FCCP, FRCPCH, Chair, Medical Education, Division Chief, Pediatric Pulmonology, Sidra-Medicine, and Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Weill Cornell Medicine, in Qatar.

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Humanism, Technology and the Physician of Tomorrow: Everything will Change

The webinar discusses the impending radical transformation of medical and premedical education to prepare future doctors for practicing medicine in the 21st century. The outcomes and recommendations of the AAHCI-MENA regional meeting and the AAHC national meeting, held in Beirut and Chicago in 2018, were presented, as was the resulting proposals to transform medical and premedical curricula in th...

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Designing Technology Enhanced Learning in Medical Education

There is a growing number of application, information, and communication technologies in higher education in order to enhance both teaching and the student learning experience. The potential benefits of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) in medical education consist of efficiency in terms of cost, time, and sustainability, as well as enhancement in processes and outcomes, and a transformation of ...

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From Partnership to Innovation: the Role of the Academic Health System

Globalization undeniably affects many aspects of the health sector around the world. Consequently, academic health centers and health systems can play a great role in improving the well-being of people around the globe. Academic health systems should be enabled to interact via an international organization of some sort, which, in turn, would allow academic health centers to collaborate on a globa...

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The Future of Journal Publishing

This webinar continues the conversation of the well-received July issue of Leadership Perspectives . Casting an open and self-reflective eye on the future of journal publishing by offering the forthright opinions from editors of the world’s leading medical journals.

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The Readiness of Indonesia Primary Health Care in Facing Universal Health Coverage in 2019

July 19, 2017 - The Readiness of Indonesia Primary Health Care in Facing Universal Health Coverage in 2019 As a huge country that has 9,599 public primary health centers and 38,408 private medical clinics for a population of more than 240 million, Indonesia faced difficulties in implementing universal health coverage in 2014. The government moved towards managing universal health coverage at prim...

Webinar, Aligned Institutional Mission Program

Aligned Institutional Mission Program: External Accountability

The AAHCI Aligned Institutional Mission (AIM) Program™ focuses on improving the alignment of academic health centers and focuses on five core components: mission alignment, internal accountability, external accountability, interprofessional education and practice, and knowledge sharing. This webinar explored the topic of external accountability within academic health centers, with attention to the...

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Alternative Funding for Research - Success of the Medical Research Society University of Toledo

September 5, 2017 - Funding of the Academic Missions continues to be challenged by a number of factors that include reimbursement by third party payers and declining governmental support. New funding sources are required to maintain and build academic programs. Furthermore, for research specifically, the NIH funding situation remains unclear and some additional sources of funding are needed to ...

Webinar, Aligned Institutional Mission Program

Aligned Institutional Mission Program: Internal Accountability

July 12, 2017 -  The AAHCI Aligned Institutional Mission (AIM) Program™ focuses on improving the alignment of academic health centers and focuses on five core components: mission alignment, internal accountability, external accountability, interprofessional education and practice, and knowledge sharing. This webinar will explore the topic of internal accountability within academic health centers...

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Faculty Recruitment, Development and Retention in Academic Health Systems

March 27, 2017 - NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine hosted the first AAHCI Southeast Asia Regional Webinar on 27 March 2017. Themed “Faculty Recruitment, Development and Retention in Academic Health Systems”, the presentation and panel discussion by the deans of four academic health institutions from different countries in the region provided diverse perspectives on the universal challenge of att...

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