Are you interested in the topic of AI and medical education? If so, we would love your help!
The AAMC hosts Community Conversations: AI and Medical Education. These informal Zoom calls are a great opportunity to learn with and from your peers about the intersections of AI and medical education. There is no formal presentation. Each call includes a series of breakout rooms on a set of identified topics. Participants select the breakout room of their choice and join a conversation with others who are interested in the same topic. The goal of these calls is to provide a space for you to get together with colleagues from other disciplines and institutions to discuss the most pressing issues you’re facing, best practices, available resources, and more.
We’re seeking volunteers to host a breakout room on the upcoming October 24 and December 12 Community Conversations. Hosts don’t have to be experts in AI or the specific topic of their breakout room. You should plan to have a couple of questions in mind to spark conversation on your topic and then facilitate the discussion as needed to ensure all participants have the opportunity to share and learn.
You can volunteer to host one of the topics listed below or suggest a different topic of interest related to AI.
The community identified these topics as possible breakout room themes:
- AI use in clinical/bedside teaching (this room will be led by Karim Hanna)
- Strategies for keywords
- AI in simulation
- Privacy, hacking, appraisal
- Types of AI being used in medical education
- Resource sharing/scholarship/rigor in using generative AI
- Examples of competencies for medical students in the use of AI/machine learning
We want this to be community-led, AAMC-supported. If you have questions or are interested in hosting a breakout room, please contact @Kaitlyn Leaf.