Every year, we’re fortunate to celebrate some of the most innovative thinking and trailblazing leadership in medical education with our annual ICRE awards. These awards recognize excellence in research, practice and training by residents, program directors, researchers and more.
2015 Residency Education Awards
Seven outstanding individuals were honoured for their contributions to specialty education on Saturday, October 24, during the Residency Education Awards Dinner.
Follow the links below to learn more about our inspiring winners.
2015 International Resident Leadership Award
Dr. Deepa Shah, East Carolina University
2015 International Residency Educator of the Year Award
Dr. Neela Al Lamki, Oman Medical Specialty Board
2015 Program Administrator Award for Innovation and Excellence
Ms. Ginette Snook, The University of Ottawa Eye Institute
Top Paper and Poster Awards
Papers and posters submitted to ICRE provide a forum for those who use systematic, scholarly methods to evaluate educational programs, identify new phenomena, define aspects of training, and assess competence.
Last summer, nominees in each of the below categories were identified, and during ICRE 2015, winners were chosen after much deliberation:
JGME/Royal College Top Research in Residency Education Paper
- WINNER: Mr. Karsten van Loon, Sint Lucas Andreas Hospital
“Entrustment in practice, a competency based curriculum assessed,” K. van Loon, F. Scheele, P. Teunissen, E. Driessen, Sint Lucas Andreas Hospital, Amsterdam, VU Medical Centre, Amsterdam, Maastricht University, Maastricht
JGME/Royal College Top Resident Paper
- WINNER: Dr. Emilie H. Stevens, University of British Columbia
“Thinking on the front line: Understanding resident decision making in clinical practice,” E. H. Stevens, C. Cuncic, R. Mak, R. Hatala, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Top What Works Paper
- WINNER: Dr. Eleanor MacDougall, University of Manitoba
“An integrated approach to teaching and assessing the health advocate and collaborator roles,” A. Chiu, K. Gripp, F. Kojori, E. MacDougall, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba Clinic, Winnipeg
Top Poster Presentation
- WINNER: Dr. Andrew K. Hall, Queen’s University
“Comparison of simulation-based resuscitation OSCE performance with ITER portfolio assessments of emergency medicine residents: A Canadian multi-center study,” A.K. Hall, J. Dagnone, S. Sebok, C. Hagel, C. Davison, Queen’s University, Kingston; S. Moore, University of Ottawa, Ottawa; K. Woolfrey, University of Western Ontario, London; J. Ross, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS; G. McNeil, University of Calgary, Calgary