Applications Now Closed
SAEM is proud to announce the inaugural Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design in Medical Education (ARMED MedEd) course! This course builds upon the fundamental knowledge and skills of health professions education researchers and equips them to design a high-quality medical education research project and grant proposal.
We recommend this course for people who have an interest and basic level of understanding or experience in medical education research. If you have already completed an introductory course in health professions education research, such as the MERC at CORD program, ALiEM Faculty Incubator Program, or are enrolled in a fellowship or graduate degree program, you are also eligible for the course. However, it is not a prerequisite. ARMED MedEd applications are due August 31, 2020.
Accepted applicants are required to attend the inaugural ARMED MedEd workshop at SAEM headquarters in Chicago February 5-7, 2021 and to participate in a longitudinal program with peers and national experts. The course will culminate with a dedicated scientific session at SAEM21 at which results and course progress will be presented to the education research community. The SAEM Foundation has also developed a $25,000 funding opportunity specifically for ARMED MedEd alumni to apply at the completion of the course in 2022. Even if you're unsure of your budget and travel restrictions, you can still apply now. Payment will not be due until you are accepted into the program.
Course Fee: $950
The course fee includes tuition and meals for in-person workshops. Travel costs and accommodations are the responsibility of the participants.
Scholarships Now Available!
Scholarships are now available for SAEM's popular Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design (ARMED) course and the brand new ARMED MedEd course! Learn how to take your research career to the next level in traditional research areas and in education research including how to design a high quality research project. Deadlines are July 31 and August 31 respectively.
Travel restrictions will be taken into consideration and virtual options will be considered. Course fees are not due until you are accepted into the programs.
If you would like to be considered for one of the below scholarships, please be sure to check the box for your focus area when you complete the application form. As a reminder, you must be a member of the academy to be eligible.
- Academy for Diversity & Inclusion in Emergency Medicine (ADIEM)
- Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (AGEM)
- Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS)
- Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM)
- Global Emergency Medicine Academy (GEMA)
- Resident and Medical Student (RAMS)
|August 31, 2020||Application Deadline|
|September 18, 2020||Notifications sent to applicants|
|February 5 - 7, 2021||Kickoff meeting at SAEM HQ in Chicago|
|February - May 2021||Monthly Online lectures and discussion|
|May 11-14, 2021||In-person workshop SAEM21 in Atlanta|
|May - October 2021||Monthly Online lectures and discussion|
|October 25 - 28, 2021||In-person workshop ACEP21 in Boston|
|May 2022||Graduation at SAEM22 in New Orleans|
Questions? Contact ARMEDMedEd@saem.org.
ARMED MedEd Curriculum Overview
- Introduction to Medical Education Research and how to Distinguish from Clinical Research
- Survey Design and Implementation
- Observational Design
- Experimental and Quasi-experimental Design
- Qualitative Methods
- Knowledge Synthesis and Translation
- Innovations Scholarship
- Reviews: Narrative, Systematic, and Meta-analyses
Research Support Topics
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Education Research
- Implicit Bias Training
- Searching the Medical Literature
- Statistics for Medical Education Research
- Learner Assessment
- Program Evaluation
- Instrument Development and Validity Evidence
- Writing and Application
- Executing and Reporting
Writing and Publishing
- IRB, Research Proposals, Grants
- Public Presentation of Research
- Manuscript preparation and submission
- MedEd Journal Clubs
- Conducting Peer Review
- Writing for Researchers
- Time Management
- Project Management
- Development a virtual Community of Practice
- Research Networks and Consortia
- Key Connections (Dean, DIO, Chair) and Collaboration
- How to maximize the benefits of mentorship
- Strategies for being a mentor
- ARMED MedEd Mentorship Network
ARMED MedEd Community
- ARMED MedEd Research Consortium
- MedEd Journal Club
- Mentorship Families and Network
- Peer Mentorship Opportunities
- Repository of Literature
- Research Forum Presentation and Graduation at SAEM Year 2