What's this now you speak of - BEME? What's that?
BEME stands for the Best Evidence Medical Education and is pronounced "bee-mee".
The BEME Collaboration is based in the United Kingdom. They describe themselves as:
"a group of individuals or institutions who are committed to the promotion of Best Evidence Medical Education through:
the dissemination of information which allows medical teachers, institutions and all concerned with medical education to make decisions on the basis of the best evidence available
the production of appropriate systematic reviews of medical education which reflect the best evidence available and meet the needs of the user, and
the creation of a culture of best evidence medical education amongst individual teachers, institutions and national bodies.
Published Reviews: provide systematic reviews of medical education topics ranging from assessment to faculty development
(ie, BEME Guide No 10 - A systematic review of the literature on the effectiveness of self-assessment in clincal education)
Reviews in Progress: view many of the drafts of current reviews being completed
Of course, be sure to explore the other sections. The "starting a review" section is a very helpful guide if you are preparing to write a systematic review.
You will have a greater appreciation for the concept of evidence-based education research after you've perused the wealth of information in BEME.