GAME Webinar "Medical Education in Pandemic: Screen to Screen or Face to Face"
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many medical educators have continued to teach their students by adopting new methods in teaching and assessment. As educators, we believe in learning from experience.
On May 22nd 2020, the Chinese University of Hong Kong hosted a medical education webinar where experiences were shared between medical teachers and students around the world.
GAME Meeting: bilateral meeting with the University of Nottingham (UK)
On Febuary 13th, 2020 the Medical Faculty had the pleasure to pay a visit to the University of Nottingham (UoN). The visit’s purpose were dialogs on working level in the areas of brain- and neurosciences and preventive gerontology to initiate further bilateral collaboration on the GAME MRI project (Lead UoN). Participants on the part of LMU: Prof. Dr. Alexander Gerbes (liver centre, representative of the faculty for GAME, PI INDILIR project); Prof. Dr. Michael Drey and Dr. Uta Ferrari (geriatrics, stakeholder preventive gerontology project); Prof. Dr. Marco Düring (Institut for stroke and dementia research (ISD), stakeholder MRI project), Anna Dewenter (ISD, PhD candidate ), Dr. Johannes Levin (neurology, stakeholder LBD project); Dr. Dominic Dwyer (representative for Prof. Nikolaos Koutsouleris, medical psychiatry, stakeholder MRI project); Wencke Vonderhagen (dean’s office, coordinator academic international networks)
GAME Guest lecture: "Next generation medical leadership"
by Prof. Dr. Henry Chan (CUHK)
On December 4th 2019, LMUs Medical Faculty had the pleasure to host a guest lecture within the framwork of GAME held by Prof. Dr. Henry Chan, Director of Center for Liver Health and Associate Dean (Global Engagement) of Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. We are especially proud to share this as a sign of our continuous engagement and support of this successful collaboration despite the difficult situation in Hong Kong at the moment.