Jill McEwen

Sunday, June 4, 2017 • 15:00 - 16:30
Track 2 – EDUCATION II
WCC: Harmony

Judging EM Resident Progress: Designing a Competence Committee - Dr. Jason Frank

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the role of a Competence Committee in contemporary EM residencies
  • Explain the advantages of monitoring Resident progress using a Competence Committee
  • Describe the 5 essential elements of Competence Committee design

Making Education Theory Practical: Designing Great EM Programs - Dr. Jonathan Sherbino

Description:

Theory is… boring. But to build a world class clerkship, residency training program, simulation curriculum, technical skills lab, etc. requires understanding how people learn and the influence of social psychology. This session maps key theories to practical steps that world class educators should adopt in their programs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain three key learning theories
  • Apply one theory to improve an education program the participant is currently leading

Surviving the ‘Publish or Perish’ Paradigm by Creating Interdisciplinary Communities of Practice - Dr. Tia Renouf

Description:

Yes, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Tuckamore Simulation Research Collaborative is a community of practice (CoP) whose aim is to collaborate across disciplines and produce educational scholarship. Like the iconic Newfoundland tree after which the CoP is named, Tuckamore thrives when it works…and grows…collectively.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of scholarship and how it differs from research
  • Learn how to write scholarly simulation scenarios
  • Learn how to build a community of practice