Brian Hodges, AMS Senior Strategic Advisor wins The Karolinska Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education

Join AMS in congratulating Dr. Brian Hodges, AMS Senior Strategic Advisor, on his win of The Karolinska Institutet Prize.

This international prize is awarded for outstanding research in medical education. The purpose of the prize is to recognise and stimulate high-quality research in the field and to promote long-term improvements of educational practices in medical training. “Medical” includes all education and training for any health science profession. The prize is made possible through financial support from the Gunnar Höglund and Anna-Stina Malmborg Foundation. It is currently awarded every second year.

“This year’s prize winner was an easy choice, as Professor Hodges’ research is of such outstanding significance, quality and originality,” says Professor Sari Ponzer, Chair of the Prize Committee. “It has led to changes in practice and has had an impact on medical education.

“Professor Hodges has embraced both quantitative and best-practice qualitative methodologies. The outcomes of the research are well recognised as a substantial contribution to the medical education literature.”

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