THE 56TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION

Dates: August 9-10, 2024 The Preliminary Workshop on August 8 Venue: Teikyo University, Itabashi Campus

Call for Abstracts

  • Abstract Submission Period:
    February 5, 0:00, 2024 - April 2, 23:59, 2024 (JST)
  • * Please note that the deadline will not be extended.
  • Abstracts must be submitted via the UMIN (University Medical Information Network) online abstract submission system.
  • The link to the registration page is at the bottom of this page.
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Eligibility

  • The first speaker of a general presentation must be an individual member of the Japan Society for Medical Education or an institutional member of the organization to which he/she belongs. However, undergraduate students, clinical residents, and foreign nationals living abroad (living outside Japan) may apply even if they do not meet these requirements.
  • If you need to become a member of the Society, please complete the admission procedures on the "Japan Society for Medical Education Website" in advance.

Precautions

  • Please read the conditions carefully before submitting your presentation for the Best Presentation Award session.
  • Each person may submit up to two abstracts as the first speaker, including the application for the Special Program of the 56th Annual Meeting.
  • Due to the limited number of venues and the duration of the meeting, it may be difficult to adjust the presentation time. If you have already been accepted for a workshop or symposium, please take this into consideration when submitting your abstract.

Abstract Presentation Format

01 Appointed Speaker of an accepted symposium (including on-demand)/workshop
02-1 Free paper - Oral
02-2 Free paper - Poster
03-1 Special Program - If not accepted apply for Free paper
03-2 Special Program - If not accepted withdraw the application
  • Please note that we may not be able to meet your request for presentation format.

As for the 56th Annual Meeting Special Program

The 56th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical Education (JSME) has prepared six special symposia related to the theme "diversity & inclusion. For the following four symposia, we invite you to submit examples of your own practices at your facilities.
If your presentation is not selected for one of the special symposia, you may submit it for a free paper.

(1) Student project: Our “OSHI”('Recommended') Curriculum
We are looking for a "Recommended Curriculum" of your university (institute) that you would like to recommend to other universities. The first speaker and co-presenters must be students, but they are encouraged to participate in the symposium with a faculty member. A social event will be held as part of the symposium after the plenary session to deepen the friendship among students. Please submit your abstract on the condition that you are able to attend the social event.
(2) Support for Health-care Professionals of Child-raising Generation
Reforming the work styles of physicians and building the careers of health-care professionals of the child-raising generation are both important issues. We would like to solicit effective initiatives and plans to support health-care professionals of child-raising generation beyond health professions education broadening horizons, and to spread the support for health-care professionals of child-raising generation throughout the country.
(3) What do students, residents, and supervisors learn from community medicine clerkship and training?
As the saying goes, "There are as many different types of community medicine as there are regions. We are looking for educational cases experienced during undergraduate and postgraduate clinical training. In particular, we are looking for examples of practices that are in line with the theme of this meeting, "diversity & inclusion," not only successful examples , but also unsuccessful ones from which lessons can be learned. We hope that by sharing experiences, we can learn a lot from them.
(4) Interprofessional Collaboration and Psychological safety
Interprofessional collaboration may be hampered by various conflicts and frictions due to diversity of the team members. One of the keys for a medical team to bring true benefit to patients is the psychological safety of the team. In keeping with the theme of the 55th Annual Meeting, "Lights and Shadows," we are calling for a wide range of ideas and efforts to improve the psychological safety of teams, whether in undergraduate interprofessional education or postgraduate interprofessional practice, including not only successful examples but also difficult ones with which you are struggling.

Appointed Speaker: Session Title

  • Be sure to enter this information only if you selected "01. Appointed Speaker" in “Abstract Presentation Format”.

General Abstract Presenter Category

01 Individual Member (OTHER THAN Undergraduate Student and Resident)
02 Institutional Member (OTHER THAN Undergraduate Student and Resident)
03 Undergraduate Student
04 Others (Resident, Foreign Nationals Residing Abroad, etc.)

Abstract Topics

  • Be sure to enter this information only if you selected a category other than "01. Appointed Speaker" in “Abstract Presentation Format”.

Job Category

1 Medical education
2 Dental education
3 Nursing education
4 Pharmaceutical education
5 Inter-professional education
6 Others or miscellaneous

Learner Category

A Entrance examination, cooperation between high schools and universities
B Undergraduate education: liberal arts, basic medicine, and social medicine
C Undergraduate education: clinical medicine
D Residency training
E Specialty training
F Graduate school education and researcher development
G Continuing medical education and career education
H Others or miscellaneous

Thema(s) (Up to three can be selected)

1-1 Curriculum development, curriculum evaluation
1-2 Correspondence to The Model Core Curriculum revision
2-1 Learning: Knowledge, clinical reasoning
2-2 Learning: Active learning
2-3 Learning: Clinical skills, simulation
2-4 Learning: Communication, interpersonal relations
2-5 Learning: Teamwork, inter-professional collaboration
2-6 Learning: Patient safety
2-7 Learning: Professionalism, ethics
2-8 Learning: Community, internationalization
2-9 Learning: Research, academic scholarship
2-10 Learning: information and communication technology, Online learning
2-11 Learning: artificial intelligence, information utilization
2-12 Learning: Integrative medicine
2-13 Learning: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
2-14 Learning: Behavioral science, Social science
2-15 Learning: Others
3-1 Learner assessment: Admission and selection
3-2 Learner assessment: Objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE), simulation-based assessment
3-3 Learner assessment: Assessment in clinical clerkship and training
3-4 Learner assessment: Computer-based Test, National board examination, medical specialty certification, qualification examination
3-5 Learner assessment: Others
4-1 Learner support: Academic support
4-2 Learner support: Career planning, work-life balance
4-3 Learner support: Mentoring, coaching
4-4 Learner support: Others
5-1 Instructor training and evaluation: Faculty development, staff development
5-2 Instructor training and evaluation: Development and involvement of simulated/standardized patient,
5-3 Instructor training and evaluation: Others
6 Others

Language

Name of 1st Author

Affiliation of 1st Author

(If there are multiple affiliations or if a co-presenter is included)

Co-presenter(s) and affiliation(s)

Abstract Title

Please note that you will not be able to register your abstract if the title exceeds the following word limit.

  • The character limit is 50 double-byte characters (100 single-byte characters).

Abstract body

  • The abstract body must be less than 1800 characters.
  • Decorative tags such as <SUP></SUP> are not calculated into the character count.
  • figures and tables cannot be submitted.

Keywords

  • Please enter up to three keywords for your presentation.

Cautions when entering keywords

  • Submitted abstracts will not be proofread in principle. Please be aware that the abstract will be printed as is, so it is the responsibility of the submitter to prepare the abstract accordingly.
  • To avoid garbling and deformation, please follow the notes on the registration page regarding special characters, symbols, and key brackets.
  • Please do not use more than three line feeds for reasons of space limitation.

Contact for Abstract Submission Support

Secretariat of JSME56
(The 56th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical Education)
Interplan Corporation
Shoto Rokubankan 4th Floor, 1-28-4, Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0046 Japan
Fax: +81-3-3461-8181
E-mail: jsme56@c.inter-plan.co.jp
Poster Download[PDF:約2.8MB]

Co-sponsored

  • Teikyo University Medical Association

Secretariat

Department of Medical Education, Teikyo University School of Medicine
2-11-1, Kaga, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo,
173-8605 Japan

Congress Secretariat

Interplan Corporation
Shoto Rokubankan 4th Floor, 1-28-4, Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0046 Japan
Fax: +81-3-3461-8181
E-mail: jsme56@c.inter-plan.co.jp