Cura Personalis Award
Every year at the GUMC Convocation, the Cura Personalis Award is bestowed upon a health professional who has made outstanding contributions to human health guided by compassion and service.
This year we are pleased to present the Cura Personalis Award to our keynote speaker, Ronald M. Harden, OBE, MD, FRCP, FRCS, FRCPC, a world leader in medical education.
Dr. Harden is widely regarded in the field of medical education for his commitment to developing new approaches to curriculum planning, assessment and to teaching and learning. Among the educational concepts he is credited with pioneering is the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), which has been universally adopted as a standard approach to assessment of clinical competence.
Dr. Harden has published more than 400 papers in leading journals. He is co-editor of the best-selling book titled “A Practical Guide for Medical Teachers.” His new text “Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher – An Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Education,” was published in June 2012.
To read Dr. Harden’s complete biography, please click here.