Virtual Conference: October 15-16, 2021

The LCI 2021 annual meeting will be held virtually again this year. While we were looking forward to attending an in-person or hybrid event hosted by our friends and colleagues at Tecnológico de Monterrey, we will wait until 2022 to assemble in-person with Tecnológico de Monterrey as the event host.

The 2021 Annual Meeting Planning Committee is excited to create an engaging virtual environment to deliver our mission of building connections in medical education. Designed for faculty, learners and administrative staff, this year’s conference will feature a keynote address, plenary presentations, interactive workshops, panel presentations, oral presentations, and a poster session. Check back on the website in May for the announcement of the keynote speaker and conference theme.

Conference registration will open in late-June to early-July. Communication about registration will be sent to all constituents and updated on the website.

Conference Link

Will be up soon. Check back here later in May.

2021 Annual Conference Keynote Speaker


Call for abstracts

Learning Communities Institute (LCI) is seeking submissions aligned with the LCI Mission, Vision, and Core Values. We are looking for topics related to skill development, program innovations, and research and outcomes that support learning community faculty, staff, students, and leaders.

We welcome submissions in the formats shown below. For the complete submission details and to submit an abstract,  CLICK HERE.

Interactive Workshop:  50 min ZOOM meeting targeted for the general LCI Meeting audience or targeted for LCI Professional Development

Panel/Group Discussion:  50 min ZOOM meeting or webinar with 3 to 8 presenters and a moderator

Oral Presentation: 10 min live ZOOM presentation

ePoster: ePoster along with 5 min pre-recorded audio

Submissions Deadline: May 31, 2021 

Presenter Notification: late-June to early-July

Call for abstract reviewers

If you are interested in reviewing abstract submissions, please use this link to sign-up.  It is typical for reviewers to rate 3 to 4 abstracts, but we may assign as many as 8 if necessary to accommodate the number of submissions.  Abstracts will be shared with volunteers in early-June. Your help is greatly appreciated.