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If you or someone you know is a resident leader who is passionate about improving training and enhancing patient care, we want to hear from you!

The 2016 conference committee is currently on the hunt for two ICRE ‘Chief Residents’ to act as representatives and advocates for the international resident community leading up to (and during) this year’s conference in Niagara Falls, Canada.

ICRE-2015-Oct24-190_v2Never been a chief resident? No problem! Applicants should be in the mid- to senior years of their training program, and have a strong interest in (and experience with) medical education and social media, but do not need to be chief resident within their own programs to apply.

Selected candidates will be given the opportunity to contribute a resident’s perspective to ICRE and International Resident Leadership Summit (IRLS) programming decisions; collaborate and network with an international group of medical education leaders; liaise with prominent resident groups and obtain critical feedback from other early career physicians; and engage with and produce original content for ICRE’s online social platforms.

Download our guidelines document for more information, and submission instructions.

The call for ICRE Chief Residents closes on February 16, 2016.

Want to be a part of ICRE 2016’s dynamic lineup? Don’t miss your opportunity to submit a workshop proposal on a practical and/or cutting edge medical education topic!

The deadline for submissions is midnight tonight.

Visit the ICRE website to find out all the details about our 2016 program and submission process.

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Dr. Deepa Shah, winner of the 2015 International Resident Leadership Award at the ICRE Awards Dinner in Vancouver, October 24, 2015.

Do you know an outstanding medical educator who has had a lasting impact on residency training? Want to acknowledge an innovative resident leader who is currently making significant contributions to medicine?

Nominate a medical education trailblazer for one of ICRE’s Residency Education Awards!

The selection committee is currently seeking nominations for the following awards:

Nominations will be accepted until April 1, 2016.

Visit the ICRE website for more information on the ICRE awards categories and the submission process.

ICRE-2015-Oct24-174Are you a resident who is passionate about improving training and enhancing patient care? Want the opportunity to share your ideas and expertise with an international group of clinician educators and physicians who are working to advance residency education?

Consider applying to be an ICRE 2016 Chief Resident!

As an ICRE Chief Resident, you will act as a representative and advocate for the international resident community leading up to, and during, the 2016 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE).

Selected candidates will be given the opportunity to contribute a resident’s perspective to ICRE and International Resident Leadership Summit (IRLS) programming decisions; collaborate and network with an international group of medical education leaders; liaise with prominent resident groups and obtain critical feedback from other early career physicians; and engage with and produce original content for ICRE’s online social platforms.

Download the guidelines document for more information, and submission instructions.

The call for ICRE Chief Residents closes on February 16, 2016.

Please note: Applicants do not need to be chief residents within their own programs; but must show demonstrable leadership experience.

Don’t miss your opportunity to share insights and innovations in medical education with medical experts and residency education leaders from around the world during ICRE 2016 – submit a workshop proposal before our January 29, 2016 deadline!

Workshop submissions related to one (or more) of our 15 Learning Tracks will be considered for presentation during ICRE, September 29 – October 1, 2016, in Niagara Falls, Canada.

Preference will be given to those whose proposals directly address the conference theme, Advancing Quality: Aligning Residency Education and Patient Care.

While putting together your proposal, don’t forget about these other upcoming deadlines:

ICRE-2015-Oct24-113Want to share your medical education research with an international audience of experts?

Consider submitting an abstract for presentation at the 2016 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE)! Abstracts can be presented in poster or oral form, and should speak to one or more of the topic areas defined under our 15 Learning Tracks.

Visit the ICRE website for submission guidelines and instructions. Deadline for submission is March 4, 2016.

Looking for inspiration? Browse presentation materials and other resources from our 2015 conference.

If any of your New Year’s resolutions for 2016 include making a bigger mark on international residency education, then don’t miss your chance to be a part of ICRE’s 2016 program!

Each year, our workshop and presentation lineup depends largely on the expertise of medical educators, researchers, and resident leaders – and we’re looking to celebrate innovation once again during our 2016 conference in Niagara Falls, September 29 – October 1! Below are some important submission deadlines to mark on your calendars:

Visit the ICRE website to learn more about the 2016 call for submissions, and find out if your unique perspective on medical education relates to one or more of our 15 Learning Tracks.

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