S1 : IT: Technology disruption in medical education
   Technology advancement that happens rapidly nowadays led to many changes in the way people live and work. One of the changes that have major impact in medical education is information technology. The changes in information technology led to behavioral changes of both teachers and learners. Many of these changes disturb the learning process. However, proper use of information technology can lead to effective learning and learner satisfaction. Information technology can eliminate the limitations of learning, making learning happens in any time, any places, and any situations.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chailerd Pichitpornchai, M.D.
Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University

Currently working as director of the Institute for Innovative Learning. Mahidol University A professor specializing in the development of the education system in the big picture, and medical education. The research results have been published in the physiological system. Information Technology and Communications and education In national and international journals than 20 stories.

Assoc. Prof. Rattaplee Pak-art, M.D.
Faculty of Medicinel,Chulalongkorn University
Currently serves as a professor at the Department of Surgery. Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University The chief secretary of the Royal College of Surgeons of Thailand. Is a skilled and respected of all medical students.

Dr. Atipong Pathanasethpong, M.D.
Faculty of Medicinel,Khon Kaen University
Currently working as a professor at the Department of Anesthesiology. Faculty of Medicine, Khonkaen University. He is interested in the field of learning and instructional design in the School of Medicine. He graduated from Medical Education Program at Harvard Medical School.