Jill McEwen

Sunday, June 4, 2017 • 10:15 - 11:45
Track 4 – EDUCATION I
WCC: Harmony

From Cyberphobe to Cyberphile: Getting Started in the Online Environment, for Educators - Dr. Teresa Chan

Description:

In this presentation, what online resources are available to educators who are looking to incorporate the wealth of #FOAMed into their everyday teaching will be reviewed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate methods for using online educational resources for augmenting the traditional lecture
  • Discuss the importance around critical appraisal of online educational resources
  • Describe three ways in which a modern clinician educator can incorporate #FOAMed into his or her educational practice

Showtime - Simulation-based Assessment of EM Learners in CBME - Dr. Andrew Hall

Description:

In this interactive presentation, we will review the current state of simulation use in Canadian postgraduate Emergency Medicine training programs. Evidence supporting the use of simulation for the assessment of postgraduate trainees in both procedural and non-technical competencies will be presented. Specific examples of successful simulation-based assessment programs, tools, and techniques will also be presented to facilitate a meaningful discussion on the potential for integration of simulation-based assessment into Emergency Medicine training programs as we transition to Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME).

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the evidence supporting the simulation-based assessment of postgraduate trainees
  • Review the potential utilisation of simulation as an assessment tool in competency-based Emergency Medicine training programs

Technology Enabled Learning – Education Apps and Other Technological Adjuncts - Dr. Heather Lindsay

Description:

Broaden your clinical teaching repertoire by incorporating technology at the bedside. Gain comfort with modules and apps that can help you adapt your approach to teaching depending on the environment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how technology and web 2.0 align with education theory
  • Recognize when using technology at the bedside is appropriate
  • Establish a repository of resources that can be used in clinical teaching

Teaching Tips & Tricks for the Frazzled Clinician Teacher - Dr. Jill McEwen

Description:

This presentation is for emergency physician clinician teachers, and will highlight some proven teaching tips and tricks that will enhance their trainees’ learning in the busy ED clinical environment, while maintaining both patient flow and their own personal sanity.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss a variety of teaching tips and tricks useful in the busy ED clinical environment
  • Apply 2 – 3 new teaching strategies to enhance your trainees’ learning, while minimizing the impact on your time, and resulting patient flow
  • Formulate a personal plan to assist in optimizing the balance between teaching and patient care in the emergency department