Technology is an integrant part of our lives and its presence is becoming ever more embedded in the context of Medical Education. Whether using technology to enhance the experience of traditional learning methods. The advent of computer-based assessment and inclusion of high-tech simulators have greatly improved the administration of tests by its realism and easiness of use, providing means of immediate and detailed feedback that were unthinkable before.

The European Board of Medical Assessors (EBMA) promotes best assessment practice for medical education in Europe and enables medical schools and other institutions, active in medical education and training, to develop and implement the strategic use of assessment for learning. EBMA is a full service assessment community consisting of like-minded professionals concerned with improving the quality of care off erred to the public.

During conference a lot of workshops, discussions, lectures were provided devoted the assessment in medical education.  The following workshops were provided:  Use of mobile technology in the Classroom, Assessment using simulated patients, Programmatic Assessment, Assessment in the Emergency Department, Progress testing. Symposia and Debate: “Pros and cons of Technology” was provided at the end of the Conference. The poster session also took place during the conference. Lopina Nataliia, MD, PhD, assistant professor of the internal medicine department № 3 and endocrinology presented a poster presentation “Clinical department web-site resources of network testing and knowledge control for continuous medical education“.

Lopina N. Clinical department web-site resources of network testing and knowledge control for continuous medical education. Annual European Conference on Assessment in Medical Education, EBMA 2018. Braga, Portugal 23-24 November 2018, p.29-30.