In 2015, we have four generations working and learning alongside in medicine: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials.
Whether real or imagined, the differences that exist between these generations (i.e. work-life balance, communication style, and tech-savviness) have important implications for the planning and delivery of medical education.
With the help of an international panel of discussants, the 2015 Clinician Educators Dinner Program will tackle some of the biggest questions in regards to how intergenerational differences should inform medical education.
Upon completion of this highly interactive program, participating clinician educators will be able to discuss the relevance of intergenerational differences in medical education; identify barriers created by intergenerational differences and strategies to overcome them; and discuss the way technology interacts with intergenerational concerns.
Visit the ICRE website for more information, and to register for this practical and thought-provoking program.
When: Thursday, October 22, 2015, 1830-2100 (PDT).