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Session Specific Objectives

Session Specific Learning Objectives and CanMEDS roles

On the page you will find Session Specific Learning Objectives and CanMEDS roles for the various talks and workshops of The 13th Annual Day in Faculty Development

Main Plenary Talks

Keynote Speaker: Future of Faculty Development Dr. Dimitri Papanagou (Scholar)

By the end of this activity participants will be able to:

  • Describe the present landscape of faculty development in health professions education.

  • Predicting future trends in faculty development needs.

  • Identify what the future of faculty development will look like

Community Engagement: How to do it! C.A Klassen & Sashaina Singh (Health Advocate)

  • Share the McMaster Principles of Community Engagement and outline the Community Engaged Research Facilitator role

  • To inform FHS faculty aware of the supports available through the Office of Community Engagement

Great Ideas Abstracts

Financial LiteracyKevin Dong, Nicole Pinto,

  • Discussing the importance of Financial Literacy in early career physicians

  • Sharing perspectives and beliefs on financial literacy

  • Creating the foundations for the creation of a formal financial literacy curriculum

CPD in Pediatric EM - James Leung

  • To describe our PEM Continuing Practice simulation faculty simulation curriculum design methodlogy

Workshop Track 1

Mini-Podcast BootcampKevin Dong, Trotter, Dida, et al (Scholar, Communicator)

  • Provide fundamentals of podcast creation, design, and production for learners

  • Share our experiences in podcast creation for future learning and reflection

  • Pilot teaching techniques for future formal podcast bootcamp curriculum

Giving Great Feedback Catherine Tong, Sharon Bal, Quang Ngo (Scholar, Communicator, Collaborator)

  • Identify characteristics of effective feedback.

  • Define Advocacy-Inquiry as a technique for providing feedback.

  • Apply Advocacy-Inquiry technique with standardized learners in a simulated interaction.

Using Twitter Effectively to Build a Network and CollaborateSharon Bal & Lina Duque (Professional, Communicator)

  • Apply tactics, such as writing threads and using hashtags, to drive engagement and increase followership

  • Implement ideas to generate relevant content that attracts a targeted audience

  • Post effective tweets to augment engagement

Workshops Track 2

Working Collaboratively with google Docs – Yusuf Yilmaz (Collaborator)

      • The purpose of this workshop is to experience and to work on a mockup paper to simulate the real research writing process using Google Docs along with Zotero software to get ready the paper for submission.

Simulation 101 Bingxian Wang, Matt Sibbald, Sandra Monteiro, (Communication, Collaboration, Scholar)

  • By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to explain the variety range of simulation modalities used in healthcare education

  • Be introduced to some innovative examples of using simulation for medical education

  • Be connected to the simulation resources and expertise from the Centre for Simulation-Based Learning

Planning and conducting Interprofessional Simulation -Kevin Middleton, Raman Chahal, Meagan Doyle (Communication, Collaboration, Scholar)

  • Define Interprofesssional Education (IPE) and identify what IPE Simulation is

  • Explore how IPE competencies can be practiced and evaluated using simulation

  • Identify key aspects to achieving success during IPE simulation

Workshop Track 3

Meaningful Research CollaborationsAlison Baker, Sandra Monterio, Quang Ngo (Scholar, Collaborator)

  • Identify key elements for building a collaborative relationship between researchers and educators

  • Identify solutions to common challenges in the establishment of a researcher-educator relationship

  • Identify ways to change scholarly practice to improve the development of this collaborative relationship

Strategic Foresight - Sean Park & Nicole Knibb (Leader)

  • Awaken capacity to envision possible health futures

  • Unpack and reflect on implications of emerging trends and drivers of change

  • Ground scenarios of the future in concrete images and stories

Re-framing Your Perspective to think Differently- Sarrah Lal (Leader)

  • Learn how to re-frame opportunities in research, education and quality improvement to maximize impact.

  • Develop contextually relevant project objectives.

  • Prioritize opportunities based on different perspectives.

Workshop Track 4

Medical ImprovHartley Jafine (Professional, Scholar)

  • To describe the rules of improv and their applicability to enhance health education, leadership, faculty development, and wellness

  • To experience the energizing, focusing, collaborative and self-reflective processes in creative play

An Approach to Consulation Skills - Eva Piessens (Communicator, Collaborator)

  • Participants will understand the professionalism issues around becoming a consultant

  • Participants will be able to articulate approaches to teaching professionalism to residents transitioning as consultants

Combatting Physician Burnout - Tara Riddell, Karen Saperson, Ana Hategan, Heather Waters (Professional)

  • Review physician burnout and the rationale to take action to cultivate physician and resident physician well-being, particularly as it pertains to creating a culture of sustainable medicine.

  • Consider ways to implement similar curricula and initiatives in one’s respective setting, to better support residents and faculty, and to continue leading efforts to evolve the culture of medicine such that is more attuned and compassionate to the needs of providers.

  • Consider ways to implement similar curricula and initiatives in one’s respective setting, to better support residents and faculty, and to continue leading efforts to evolve the culture of medicine such that is more attuned and compassionate to the needs of providers.