ICRE’s What Works conference track provides a unique opportunity for conference participants to hear how other medical educators are successfully integrating CanMEDS physician competencies in to their residency programs.
By sharing individual and group successes, medical educators, residents and Fellows alike can gain fresh ideas for effective educational tools and methods that they can readily adapt to their own settings. Through these dynamic presentations, we hope to demonstrate that every medical school can benefit from CanMEDS best practices!
We’re thrilled to announce that this year’s Top Five What Works paper presentations will be highlighted during a special session at ICRE 2016 in Niagara Falls, Canada.
Congratulations to our Top 5 nominees!
*The names of the presenting authors are underlined below*
- Promoting professionalism through remediation in residency education
Authored by: Carlos Felix Arce, Mary Ana Cordero Diaz (Tecnologico de Monterrey School of Medicine); José Dávila (Instituto Tecnologico y des Estudios Superiores de Monterrey)
- GOT foundations – Laying the foundation to maximize learning in the General Internal Medicine (GIM) transition to discipline phase using Enstrustable Professional Activities (EPAs)
Authored by: Sharon Card, Heather April Ward (University of Saskatchewan)
- An innovative addition to electronic workplace-based daily assessment forms to offer feedback on feedback
Authored by: Jane Griffiths, Nancy Dalgarno (Queen’s University)
- Finding foundations: An innovation in residency education for psychiatry
Authored by: Katherine McKay, Laura Rosato, Jessica Vanderveen (McMaster University)
- Emergency medicine with follow up: A situated learning model for teaching inpatient medicine to emergency medicine residents
Authored by: Chris Merritt, Sarah Andrus Gaines (Brown University)
Don’t forget to register for ICRE 2016 before August 22 to take advantage of our early bird rates!