23rd – 24th August 2019
VIENNA, AUSTRIA
To encourage the development of PhD students and postdoctoral researchers within a climate of high level international scholarly debate

Rogano Meeting 2019 Vienna

This year’s meeting is in Vienna, Austria, 23rd – 24th August 2019. The venue for the meeting is the Medical University of Vienna, also known as the AKH Vienna. The AKH, located at Währinger Gürtel 18-20, 1090 Vienna, can be easily reached by public transport - from underground station U6 Michelbeuern-AKH, a pedestrian bridge leads to the main entrance. The trams 5 and 33 (station Lazarettgasse) stop in front of the entrance Spitalgasse 23.

Hope to inspire you in Vienna!

Dr Erica Smyth, Research Officer 
Health Professions Education Centre
RCSI, Dublin, Ireland

Dr Muirne Spooner, Senior Lecturer and PhD candidate  
Health Professions Education Centre
RCSI, Dublin, Ireland

Dr Hannah Gogarty, Lecturer and PhD candidate 
Health Professions Education Centre
RCSI, Dublin, Ireland

Ms Aisling Kerr, PhD candidate  
Health Professions Education Centre
RCSI, Dublin, Ireland

Dr Anna K Vnuk, Associate Professor  
College of Medicine and Public Health
Flinders University, Australia

Dr Julie Ash, Senior Lecturer  
College of Medicine and Public Health
Flinders University, Australia

Prof. Teresa Pawlikowska, Professor of Medical Education  
Health Professions Education Centre
RCSI, Dublin, Ireland

History

In 2010, over a dinner in Glasgow, UK, colleagues from The Netherlands, Denmark, Finland and Canada discussed how best to develop an international collaboration between medical education research groups.  The idea of having an annual meeting running adjacent to the AMEE conference was proposed and the Rogano Meeting was born.

The main focus of Rogano is the development of PhD students and postdoctoral researchers within a climate of high-level, international, scholarly debate. 

The objectives of Rogano are:

  • Expanding the international network of fellow researchers in medical education
  • Considering dilemmas regarding your own research
  • Entering into vibrant scientific discussion, to gain knowledge and ideas to inform your own research

Objectives for Participants

Expanding the international network of fellow researchers in medical education.

Considering dilemmas and questions relating to your own research.

Lead and participate in scientific discussions.

Gain knowledge and ideas to inform one’s research.

Learning about relevant theory and methodology.

Engage in vibrant scientific discussion with post-doctoral researchers and senior faculty.

Previous Meetings

Tim Dornan and other colleagues from Maastricht formed the organising team for the first Rogano Meeting in 2011, Vienna, Austria.

In 2012, the organising team was led by the Charlotte Silen from the Karolinska Institute, and the Rogano Meeting was held in Lyon, France.

The Rogano Meeting 2013, in Prague, Czech Republic, was led by Lambert Schuwirth and colleagues from the Netherlands and Denmark.

In 2014, Debbie Jaarsma and Fedde Scheele from the Netherlands lead the team for a wonderfully warm Rogano Meeting in Milan.

In September 2015, Jennifer Cleland, Jane Stewart and Susan Jamieson from Scotland hosted the Rogano Meeting back where it originated, in Glasgow.  The feedback from the 2015 meeting is summarised in the Wordle opposite.

In September 2016, the Rogano Meeting was organised in the sunny Barcelona by Jordi Palés and Manuel Costa.

The Rogano Meeting 2017 was organised by Eeva Pyörälä, Leila Niemi-Murola and Charlotte Silén by the Baltic Sea, in Helsinki, Finland. 

Stephanie Meeuwissen, Tamara Koehler, Debbie Jaarsma and Erik Driessen from Maastricht and Groningen organised the Rogano Meeting 2018 in the old town of Basel, Switzerland.

Dr Erica Smyth, Dr Muirne Spooner, Dr Hannah Gogarty, Ms Aisling Kerr, Prof Teresa Pawlikowska (RCSI, Ireland) and Dr Anna K Vnuk, Dr Julie Ash (Flinders University, Australia) are organising the 2019 meeting in Vienna, Austria.

Wordle

Location

This year’s meeting is in Vienna, Austria, 23rd – 24th August 2019. The venue for the meeting is the Medical University of Vienna, also known as the AKH Vienna. The AKH, located at Währinger Gürtel 18-20, 1090 Vienna, can be easily reached by public transport - from underground station U6 Michelbeuern-AKH, a pedestrian bridge leads to the main entrance. The trams 5 and 33 (station Lazarettgasse) stop in front of the entrance Spitalgasse 23.

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