Dear EMSAi,

We hope you are safe and healthy in quarantine times. Since we are all at home, our medical education is not going on in the way we are used to. Are you worried about your medical career? Would you like to learn how you can maintain medical education as much as possible during this process ?

The Medical Education Pillar Team  would like to welcome you to a webinar led by Lawrence Sherman. The main topic will be regarding COVID-19 and medical education during this process and shall be interactive -for this reason,please register and let us know your specific interests from the registration form.

Brief information regarding our guest:

Lawrence Sherman FACEHP, CHCP is the President of Meducate Global, LLC, a US-based organization involved in the assessment of global healthcare education systems worldwide, faculty development for educators of healthcare professionals, and support of continuing professional development in healthcare worldwide.  He also holds an International Development position with the Association for Medical Education in Europe, one of our main partners in medical education.

Lawrence has been involved in medical and interprofessional education, with a concentration in continuing education, for over 25 years, and has authored numerous scholarly publications and delivered hundreds of presentations worldwide on topics related to medical education.

Lawrence has also been an Educator in Emergency Medicine for the Emergency Medical Institute and Center for Learning and Innovation of the Northwell Health System in Long Island, New York, and has lectured in the Healthcare Communications program at the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, also in New York. You can find one of his previous presentations and talks here.

Do not miss the chance to get to know our precious guest, this is a great opportunity to broaden horizons.

The webinar will take place on 22nd of April 20.00 CET. Platform details will be sent after your registration. You can register from the link below: