ICRE has been featuring the What Works track for over 5 years, and each year it gets bigger and better! Renowned for its original ideas and networking opportunities, the What Works track is one of the best spots to get your work noticed, and bring home practical CanMEDS tips and tools to weave into your program or daily practice!
What is What Works?
The What Works track (originally called CanMEDS Best Practices), is an accessible venue for medical educators, residents and practicing physicians to hear what others are doing to teach, learn and role-model CanMEDS competencies.
What is the advantage of this track?
Not only is What Works a great way to tap into ICRE’s audience of over 1,500 leaders and innovators involved in medical education, but it’s also a great way to share and publish your team’s “What Works” story.
What’s special about ICRE 2014?
The 2014 ICRE will no doubt forecast the slight paradigm shifts needed to shape the next decade of medical education and healthcare. CanMEDS 2015 will launch at ICRE 2015 in Vancouver, and the 2014 conference will give you another opportunity to get your voice heard and see first-hand how others are planning to adjust to the new and improved framework.
We’re always open to suggestions!
We want to make sure the What Works track continues to work for you. Have a suggestion on how to improve the track in the years to come? Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Did we catch your interest? Here’s how to submit!
The call for abstract submissions is now open, don’t wait, the deadline is March 7, 2014.