The ViEW guide to AMEE 2018

As AMEE 2018 fast approaches, we have put together a handy summary of events and talks that might be of particular interest to our members.


ViEW pre-conference workshop:

‘The three C’s of technology-enhanced learning: Current trends, Collaboration and the Cutting edge.’

Sun 26th – all day

Book in advance on the AMEE registration page.



 Mon 27th –  12:30-13:30

Hong Kong, 2nd Floor, CCB.

Also LIVE STREAMED via our Facebook page – here


ViEW annual members meal:

Tue 28th – 19:00-late

Za Zaa – website

Please let us know in advance if you plan on attending –


Veterinary-related presentations

Veterinary-focussed presentations listed in the AMEE programme, in chronological order with programme reference number. Please let us know if any have been missed.


#3O3 SHORT COMM – Working in partnership with health professional students to understand their perceptions of digital identity management and to embed digital skills into the curriculum. Aileen Linn, University of Glasgow, UK 

#4H8 PECHA KUCHA – ‘You Murderer!’ – challenges faced by recent veterinary graduates when performing euthanasia. Claire Vinten, Royal Veterinary College, London, UK

#4FF14 POSTER – Virtual or physical? 2D or 3D? The impact of resource design on learning outcomes in veterinary anatomy and diagnostic imaging teaching. Sarah Channon, The Royal Veterinary College, London, UK 

#5C SYMPOSIUM – Simulation Education In and Across the Health Professions: It’s More than Just Doctors and Nurses! Gabriel Reedy, Nancy McNaughton, Walter Eppich, Barry Quinn (King’s College London, UK), Sean Cross (South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, UK), Maria Tassone (The Michener Institute of Education at UHN, Canada), John Tegzes (Western University of Health Sciences, USA)

#5P2 SHORT COMM – Personality Traits, Work Engagement and Well-being in Veterinarians and Veterinary Students in Germany.  Sabine Ramspott, Veterinary Department of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany 

#5CC3 EPOSTER – Validity evidence for programmatic assessment in competency-based education. Harold Bok, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands

#5II8 POSTER – Voluntary engagement in curriculum related game play: A veterinary education pilot study. Gregory Gilbert, Adtalem Global Education/Ross University School of Medicine, Downers Grove, USA

#7L5 SHORT COMM – Canadian and US veterinary students’ perceptions of companion-animal nutrition information and veterinary nutrition education: a mixed-methods study. May Kamleh, University of Guelph, Canada

#7DD5 POSTER – Development and validation of a canine castration model and rubric. Julie Williamson, Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine, Harrogate, TN, USA

#7HH9 POSTER Course alignment in a distributive model: student and preceptor expectations of clinical pharmacology knowledge and skills in a veterinary medical curriculum. Margaret C Barr, Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, USA 

#8GG13 POSTER – Clinical practical assessment of Entrustable Professional Activities in undergraduate veterinary students at Vetmeduni Vienna: A pilot study. Sibylle Kneissl, Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria

#10II19 POSTER  – Using videos from human medicine to reinforce application of diagnostic error concepts in veterinary students. Regina Schoenfeld-Tacher, North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Raleigh, NC, USA

#10JJ11 POSTER  – Creating and validating veterinary teaching models of the future. Jason Johnson, Lincoln Memorial University – College of Veterinary Medicine, Harrogate, USA


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