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Want to share your research, innovations and other successes with an international audience of medical education experts?

Consider submitting an abstract for presentation at ICRE 2017 in one (or more) of the following categories:

Abstracts can be presented in poster or oral form, and should speak to one or more of the topic areas as defined under our official conference Learning Tracks.

Deadline for all abstract submissions is March 3, 2017.

Visit the ICRE website for more information, and to download our submission guidelines.

jan4blogIf you have cutting-edge research or practical knowledge to share around residency education and/or training, be sure to start off the New Year by submitting a pre-conference workshop abstract for ICRE 2017!

Deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 4 at 11:59 PM (EST).

Submissions related to one (or more) of our official Learning Track topic areas will be considered for presentation at our upcoming 10th anniversary conference in Quebec City, Canada.

Pre-conference workshops can be submitted as half-day or full-day sessions, and will be held on Thursday, October 19, 2017 – just prior to the kickoff of ICRE 2017.

Visit the ICRE website for more information, and to access workshop submission instructions.

Need more time to prepare an abstract? Consider submitting an in-conference workshop proposal instead, for the opportunity to lead a session during ICRE’s official conference program, October 19 – 21, 2017.

Deadline for in-conference workshop submissions is Tuesday, January 27.

Quebec City skylineThe International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) is excited to announce that Quebec City, Canada will be the new location for its upcoming meeting, October 19-21, 2017.

Quebec City is one of North America’s oldest and most culturally rich Francophone settlements. From its picturesque location on the Saint Lawrence River, to the cobblestone streets of the Old Quebec historic district, ICRE attendees will understand quickly why Quebec’s nickname is “La belle province” (The Beautiful Province).

The announcement of the new conference location comes as a result of significant construction delays experienced by the Halifax Convention Centre; the originally planned venue for ICRE 2017. ICRE will now head to Halifax in 2018, instead.

All dates for ICRE 2017 and its associated programming will remain the same, despite the location change. We hope you will join the Royal College in Quebec City for the upcoming, 10th anniversary edition of ICRE!

Visit the ICRE 2017 website for more information.

day3-0537Want to share your cutting-edge medical education innovations, insights and knowledge during our upcoming, 10th anniversary conference?

Don’t miss your chance to submit a workshop proposal for ICRE 2017, and be a part of our dynamic program!

Workshop submissions related to one or more of our official conference learning tracks will be considered for presentation. Learning tracks for 2017 include:

  • Accreditation in residency education
  • Competency-based education
  • Faculty development
  • Health policy and residency education
  • Physician health and wellness

Preference will be given to those whose proposals directly align with the conference theme, Leadership and Change in Residency Training: A Call to Action.

ICRE’s 2017 call for workshop submissions will remain open until January 27, 2017.

Visit our website to learn more, and download submission guidelines.

While preparing your workshop proposal, don’t forget about these other upcoming deadlines:

  • Call for pre-conference workshops. Deadline: January 4, 2017
  • Call for abstracts. Deadline: March 3, 2017
  • Call for Residency Education Awards nominations. Deadline: April 7, 2017

Earlier this year, a call went out to international resident leaders, encouraging them to apply for the second annual ICRE Chief Resident submission process.

Residents from a wide range of disciples from all over the world expressed their interest in the role, and our selection committee was overwhelmed by the degree of skill and passion for medical education that all our applicants displayed.

Choosing just a few candidates from such a talented pool of residents was a difficult task; but we’re pleased to officially announce the ICRE Chief Residents for 2017:

2017_icre_chiefresident_fleming_photoDr. Simon Fleming, British Orthopaedic Trainees Association

Dr. Simon Fleming is a trauma and orthopaedic registrar on the Pott Rotation in London, UK, and a PhD candidate in medical education at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is currently serving as president of the British Orthopaedic Trainees’ Association (BOTA). While passionate about orthopaedics and surgical training, Dr. Fleming’s special interests also lie in hand surgery; competency attainment; improved delivery of orthopaedic training; mentoring; and combating bullying, undermining and harassment in surgery through the UK’s #HammerItOut campaign. He is a recent recipient of the Surgeon Educator Award from the Royal College of Surgeons (UK) and the Academic Support Award from Queen Mary University, and Barts and The London Medical School. Twitter: @OrthopodReg

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day2-1457Want to complete your notes from one of ICRE 2016’s information-packed workshops? Missed a session you planned on attending while in Niagara Falls?

Discover new ways to enhance your professional development by browsing presentation materials from selected ICRE 2016 workshops and plenary sessions!

Audio recordings, slides, videos and more from the September 29 – October 1, 2016 conference are now available online.

Need another reason to explore our resources?

Royal College Fellows can use the materials from past conferences to earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits.

Visit the MOC Program page on the Royal College website to find out more.

day1-0481Do you have cutting-edge research or practical knowledge to share related to residency education and/or training?

Consider submitting a pre-conference workshop abstract for ICRE 2017!

Submissions related to one (or more) of our 16 Learning Track topic areas will be considered for presentation at our October 19 – 21, 2017 conference in Halifax, Canada.

The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

Visit the ICRE website to download the proposal form and learn more.