This year’s conference of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) took place in Barcelona between 27-31 Augusts. Over 3500 educators, researchers, administrators, curriculum developers, deans, assessors, students and trainees in medicine and the healthcare professions attended this conference to learn about and discuss the recent developments in the field. The educational partners of the WATCHME project attended the conference and presented their approaches to define, implement and assess “Entrustable Profesional Activities” in their curriculums and discussed the student’s perception on meaningful feedback on task-related expertise development in the workplace. Mateum had a booth presenting the EPASS system with the newly developed learning analytics in which potential buyers could gain an impression of the system usage. For more information, please visit the AMEE website (









GMA: 15.09-17.09.-2016 in Bern, Switzerland

Overview WATCHME contributions during the GMA 2016:

Thursday, 15.09.2016

ten Cate  & Michaud: Entrustable Professional Activities and the new objectives for undergraduate medical education in Switzerland (Keynote speakers)

Kadmon M, Berberat P, Holzhausen Y, Maaz A & Peters H: Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) in der medizinischen Aus- und Weiterbildung (Oral Presentation)


Friday, 16.09.2016


Holzhausen Y, Maaz A & Peters H: Holzhausen Y, Maaz A & Peters H: Studentische Sicht auf das Konzept der Entrustable Professional Activities: eine Fokusgruppenstudie mit Studierenden der Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Oral Presentation)