Established in 1994, the Division of Medical Education in the Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University, supports the continuum of medical education.  We also undertake and foster research and development in medical education.

Vision Statement

Nurture a culture of curosity, learning and respect

Promote quality health care though excellence in medical education

Mission Statement

The Division of Medical Education is a specialized resource for clinical and academic faculty, staff and learners that:

TJ Murray Visiting Scholar in the Humanities


Hold the date:  January 14-16, 2015


Dr. Gary Bloch, family physician, St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, ON, will be joining us for various activities in mid-January.


Brief biography [PDF - 104 KB]

Medical Education Rounds


Next webinar will be January 28, 2015. Our speaker will be Brad Wuetherick, Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Dalhousie University. More information to follow.


Our thanks to all who attended Dr. Croskerry's webinar on October 29, 2014



DME Half-Day Workshop


Hold the date:  Jan. 29, 2015


Topic: Helping to Build Your Capacity in Medical Education Research


Living Laboratory - Presentation Sessions


Hold the Date:  Feb. 3, 2015



The Annual Paul Cudmore Memorial Lecture and Workshop


Hold the Date:  May 19-21, 2015


16th Medical/Health Education Research and Interprofessional Learning Symposium


Hold the Date:  June 11-12, 2015



Essential Skills in Medical Education (ESME) Online Courses

Two new ESME Online Courses are being offered by AMEE for teachers and trainers engaged in undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education in the healthcare professions. These offer a flexible, practical and engaging approach to personal development.

ESME Online: A 12 week overview of key principles and up-to-date approaches to curriculum planning, teaching and learning and assessment, led Professor Ronald Harden. Visit the AMEE-ESME Online Course website for more information.

ESME Leadership:
This 8 week ESME Online Course organized by Stewart Mennin is designed to help participants to identify and strengthen their leadership skills, to understand the dynamics of change, to develop dynamic strategies for sustainability and to enhance negotiation skills. Visit AMEE-ESME Leadership Online course website for more information.