|Health professionals and students|
The Irish Network of Medical Educators (INMED) is an interprofessional association for healthcare education professionals in Ireland. INMED was founded in 2008 by National University of Ireland, Galway, Queen's University Belfast, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, University College Cork, University College Dublin, and Trinity College Dublin.
INMED's largest events is its Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM), an international conference which includes keynote lectures, workshops, demonstrations, and student-led sessions. The inaugural ASM took place in 2008 and was opened by Minister for Disability and Mental Health Services Jimmy Devins.
|2015||University of Limerick||?|
|2014||Queen's University Belfast||Creating Supportive Learning Environments|
|2013||University College Dublin||Patient-Centred Medical Education: Human Factors, Patient Safety, Learning from Patients|
|2012||Trinity College Dublin||Flexner 100 Years On - A Return to Core Principles|
|2010||National University of Ireland, Galway||Learning Transfer in Clinical Education - From Simulation to Reality|
|2009||University College Cork||Medical Education in Ireland: Changing Times|
|2008||Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland||?|
|2013||Irish Forum for Global Health||International Medical Electives|
|2013||Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland||Are Irish Undergraduate and Intern Training Programmes Fit for Purpose?|
|2012||National University of Ireland, Galway||Simulation in Irish medical Education: Where are we and Where Should we be Going?|
In 2014, INMED established travel and medical education research grants.
- "INMED". Retrieved 6 December 2016.
- Dublin, INMED, Trinity College. "Welcome - INMED : Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland". Retrieved 6 December 2016.
- "INMED Conference, February 18-19, 2010: Welcome". Retrieved 6 December 2016.
- "Irish Network of Medical Educators (INMED) Second Annual Scientific Meeting". Irish Journal of Medical Science. 178: 161–197. 2009. doi:10.1007/s11845-009-0325-5. PMID 19434526.