VII Congreso Internacional de Educación Médica
VI Congreso Internacional de Simulación en Educación Médica

6 al 10 de octubre, 2020

La Educación Médica ante los desafíos de la sociedad

M. Brownell Anderson (Brownie) is Vice President, Medical Education, Global Initiatives at the National Board of Medical Examiners, USA. In this capacity, she works with medical schools, and faculty members around the world to better align curriculum outcomes with student assessments and with organizations to improve certification of healthcare professionals and foster a “culture of assessment” internationally.

Prior to joining the NBME, Brownie worked for 27 years at the Association of American Medical Colleges where she served as the Senior Director for Educational Programs. In that role she was responsible for working with the curriculum and evaluation programs of the medical student education programs at all medical schools in the United States. She served as the Executive Secretary for the AAMC’s Group on Educational Affairs(GEA) and the RIME Conference. She directed the Medical School Objectives Project (MSOP), and the Graduation Questionnaire.

Brownie was on the faculty of the Arabian Gulf University for six years and works with the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER).

She is the editor of “Really Good Stuff” a bi-annual collection of reports of medical education innovations, published in the journal, Medical Education. She serves on the editorial boards of the journal, Academic Medicine and Medical Education.

She has published numerous articles on medical education and spoken and taught in many countries and at many national and international conferences. Brownie received her degrees from Washington University and the University of Illinois and was employed at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine from 1978 - 1983.