The utilization of artificial intelligence is rapidly gaining traction in the clinical realm and beyond. How can we best apply this developing technology in medical education? The two expert panelists delivering the Educational Advisory Board’s Annual Meeting session will answer this question.
Dr. Kim Lomis is the Vice President of Undergraduate Medical Education Innovations at the American Medical Association (AMA). Prior to joining the AMA, Dr. Lomis was a Professor of Surgery and the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She will be joined by Lisa Howley, PhD, an Educational Psychologist who has dedicated her career to the advancement of medical education. She currently serves as the Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
Drs. Lomis and Howley will discuss the use of artificial intelligence in medical education, both how to utilize it in medical education and how to educate our physicians on its utilization in clinical practice. They have been asked to speak on their personal perspectives as well as those of the AMA and AAMC. There will be plenty of time for questions as well. We hope to see you all in St. Louis!