An annual award for the best systematic review in medical education. The award’s selection criteria reflect our commitment to the development of evidence informed medical and health professions education through dissemination of information which allows teachers and stakeholders to make decisions on the basis of the best evidence available, presented in a manner that meet the needs of the user.
- BEME review published within a rolling year from 1st July
- Rigor of the search process
- Rigor of the synthesis methodology
- Clarity of results and conclusions (accessibility to users)
- Impact on theory and / or practice (i.e. utility)
- The perceived degree to which the article helps build explanations or promote the asking of new questions by summarizing the current evidence.
- The perceived degree to which the article helps educators design or implement evidence informed medical or health professions education.
- All authors will be recognized with a certificate and may list the award on their CV
- The first author will receive a plaque and their AMEE meeting fee waived next year
- The first author must be present at AMEE to receive the award
Committee to judge
- 3 persons representing BEME Collaborating Centers, BEME Review Committee and BEME Executive
BEME Award Winners
How does medical education affect empathy and compassion in medical students? A meta-ethnography: BEME Guide No 57
Charmaine Krishnasamy; Sik Yin Ong, May Eng Loo, Jill Thistlethwaite
BEME Guide no. 56: Interventions for undergraduate & postgraduate medical learners with academic difficulties
Miriam Lacasse, Marie-Claude Audétat, Élisabeth Boileau, Nathalie Caire Fon, Marie-Hélène Dufour, Marie-Claude Laferrière