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University of Birmingham Medical Society

 
Recognising Excellence in Medical Education

REME Teaching Awards at the University of Birmingham was set up by medical students and has been very well received by both the medical school and its partner teaching trusts.


Awards are issued annually to clinicians and lecturers who the students feel have made a significant impact on their education. In this way REME acknowledges the hard work and dedication of teachers who put a great deal of effort in preparing students to become doctors of tomorrow. Our aim is that formal recognition of teachers’ contributions will improve the standards of teaching in Hospital Trusts and promote better education practices.


Being the largest medical school in the country enables us to reach around 2500 undergraduate medical students and a large number of clinical staff in Birmingham, the Black Country, Hereford and Worcestershire trusts.

To nominate any member of clinical staff that you feel has made an outstanding contribution to your medical education, please vote using the following link (~https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HS3egoNlyCJiB82uc96SCYDCuNsebUI9d2Rq2MI4mTw/viewform?c=0&w=1)

Prizes are handed out to nominated clinicians at the annual prize-giving ceremony

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24 Nov 2017

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