Developing Medical Educators Group

The Developing Medical Educators Group

DMEG both

 Aim

The Developing Medical Educators Group, DMEG, aims to promote the development of early career educators including doctors, medical students, dentists, physician associates and veterinary educators and to provide support to new educators in their development to become Members of the Academy.  

Who is DMEG for?

The developing medical educators group is open to all early career educators who are Student, Associate or Full Members of AoME.   Full information about joining the Academy is here

How to join?

If you would like to join DMEG and receive the latest updates and event information please complete this form.  

Events

Look out for our #DMEG events.  With quarterly seminars and networking events, an annual conference, DMEG Podcast and workshops the group will be a vibrant interactive community.   We will also be running Recognising Teaching Excellence workshops, aimed at junior members of the community to become Full Members of AoME. 

 Upcoming events:

So you want to develop a career as a 'good' medical educator. DMEG will be running this workshop on Friday 9th July at the ASME Annual Scientific Meeting.  

Teaching to Teach workshop at AoME 2021 Conference, 14-16 September. 

Who are we? 

The Developing Medical Educators Group Committee.   The committee can be contacted by email at DMEG@medicaleducators.org.uk   or info@medicaleducators.org

Katy StevensonCo-Lead, Communications & Social Media Lewis Hendon-John, Co-Lead Jamie FisherCo-Lead, Event and Conference Planning
Katy Stevenson Circle Lewis Hendon-John circle Jamie Fisher Circle
Katy is an Academic Clinical Fellow and GP Trainee in Plymouth. She is passionate about collaborative early career development in Clinical Education, and has previously worked as a Lecturer in Clinical Edcucation (BMBS, BMBS with Foundation and MSc PA). She is an Academy of Medical Educators Member, Council Representative and one of the Developing Medical Educators Group Co-Chairs. Lewis is an Anaesthetics registrar. He has interests in simulation and medical education research. As co-founder of The Clinical Teaching Fellows Forum and organiser of Interrobang he has experience in organising national in person and virtual conferences. He is co-lead of DMEG and a council member of the Academy of Medical Educators. Jamie is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Surrey and a medical registrar. He is interested in the transition from student to doctor, mentorship and is a passionate advocate for Inter-professional education. He is a member of the Academy of Medical Educators and is a member of Council and the Education committee, and is a Co-lead of DMEG.
     
 Navneet Kandhari. Secretary  Thomas GrotherInterprofessional Membership & Engagement  Meghna Prabhakar. Interprofessional Membership & Engagement
 Nav Kandhari circle    Meghna Prabhaker Circle
Nav is a (soon to be) FY3 doctor working in London. Within Medical Education, his interests include widening participation, Interprofessional education, game-based learning, and mental wellbeing. He is secretary for the Developing Medical Educators Group and associate member of the Academy of Medical Educators.   Meghna is a Foundation Year 2 Doctor working in London. Her interests in medical education include interprofessional education, virtual learning, simulation and widening participation. She is an associate member of the Academy of Medical Educators and one of the leads for interprofessional membership and engagement.
     
Ben WaltersInterprofessional Membership & Engagement Fiona Richardson. Events & Conference Planning  Lisa Jayne-EdwardsCommunications & Social Media
 Ben Walters circle   Lisa-Jayne Edwards circle
Ben is currently a GP Trainee in Oxford.  He has previously worked as a Clinical Teaching Fellow for Oxford and Bristol medical students and has special interests in the application of medical theory to clinical practice as well as developing point of care simulation.  He is a member of the Academy of Medical Educators and the lead for interprofessional membership and engagement.    From August, I will be a GP trainee based in Oxford. By then, I would have recently completed my MSc in Medical Education and a year as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at Frimley Park Hospital. My professional interests lie within primary care, professional identity, widening participation and readiness for practice. 
     
Kate Catterall. Communications & Social Media