On behalf of the SHE Community, congratulations!

The award was given by the Department of Medical Education at UGM at the 1st International Conference ofย Indonesian Medical and Health Professions Education (INA-MHPEC) 2022. The contribution of Albert has been significant for their medical education program already for around 3 decades.ย 

Albert Scherpbier studied philosophy and medicine at the University of Groningen and has been associated with Maastricht University since 1991. He started his Maastricht career as head of the Skills Lab of the Faculty of Medicine. During this period, he also started scientific research into the quality of skills education during medical training. He subsequently obtained his doctorate at UM with a thesis entitled 'Quality of skills training assessed'.
After the merger of the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Health Sciences, Albert Scherpbier was appointed scientific director of the new Education Institute at the FHML. In 2008 he was asked to become a professor of education at this faculty. Since 2011, he has succeeded as dean of FHML and vice-chairman of Maastricht UMC+ till end 2020 he went with emirate.

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During his impressive career in Maastricht, Professor Scherpbier has made extraordinary efforts to improve the quality of education within FHML. In doing so, he has not only made a special contribution to the quality of university lecturers and future health workers, but also to the reputation of the Maastricht Faculty of Medicine as one of the most innovative in the world.

The picture below was taken during the online award on 6 July 2022.