The School of Health Professions Education (SHE) is a graduate school for research, education and innovation in health professions education. Since its inception, the vision and mission of SHE has been clear. We consistently focus on having a global impact on healthcare through research and translating this into education. SHE’s ambitions are captured in our vision: excellent healthcare requires evidence-informed models for the education of future and current healthcare professionals.
Through our three core activities, we generate knowledge and insights that inform health professions education and practice change. Read more about our core activities:
Sandy Quaden will be the School of Health Profession’s new Managing Director. Sandy starts on Monday, April 17th. Here you can read Sandy’s brief introduction to our community.
Last month, Will Bynum successfully defended his PhD at the School of Health Professions Education on shame in learners in the medical education setting.
On May 11 and 12, Maastricht will host the NVMO-conference of the association for health professions education of the Netherlands and Flanders. The theme of this year’s conference is Samen leren, Samen werken (Learning together, Working together).
Manal El Said El Sayed about the SHE Summer Course. Associate Professor of Microbiology Head of Microbiology Department. Batterjee Medical College for Sciences and Technology, Jeddah.
Alexandre Lafleur about the MHPE. General internist and educator for competency training and assessment of residency programmes at Université Laval.
Fazna Saleem about Writing a PhD proposal. Clinical specialist Otorhinolaryngology, Clinical Skills Learning Coordinator, Senior Lecturer; International Medical School, Management and Science University, Malaysia.