#MacPFD14
Welcome

14th Annual Day in Faculty Development 2021

Academia Disrupted

Innovations & Dilemmas Prompted by the COVID-19 Pandemic

đź“… May 25, 2021 from 12-7pm ET

đź’»This was a (mostly) Zoom Virtual Event - Augmented by Sophya Spaces

12:00-12:55 pm

Welcome by Ruth Chen & Teresa Chan

The MacPFD 14 Plenary Series

We had a lot of amazing submissions, but this year we have selected four abstracts of varying length to present to you as plenaries (e.g. in a large-group forum with no competing tracks). These are the top four abstracts as selected by our conference co-chairs.

Plenary 1

12:00-12:15 pm

Optimizing Our New Practice Environment: 3 Strategies for WFH (Working From Home)

Speaker:
Jennifer Kanapicki Comer
Stanford University

Plenary 2

12:15-12:30 pm

Challenges in Diagnostic Medicine

Speaker:
Sandra Monteiro
McMaster University

Plenary 3

12:30-12:45 pm

Clinical Scholarship: Advancing the Art & Science of Quality Improvement

Speakers:
Shawn Mondoux
McMaster University

Download Dr. Mondou'x handout now!

Plenary 4

12:45-12:55 pm

JiTT/Resident as Teacher: The App

Speaker:
Alice Fornari
Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

12:55-13:00

A Virtual Tour of #MacPFD14

A virtual tour of how to navigate around the conference, participants will then proceed to their desired MacPFD14 track.

Time Slot #1

You will have 5 choices of tracks during this time slot. Participants are welcome to visit the website prior to the conference date to view each individual workshop/talk abstract for details about the objectives for each talk or workshop.

Creativity &
Humanism
Caza
Pandemic Stories (8min)
Abstract
Montrief
Effective Narrative (15 min)
Abstract
SichlerAddiction Stigma (15 min)Abstract
Inspired
Teaching
Foohey et al.
Virtual Resus Room (8min)
Abstract
Lama et al.
Rapid Prototyping of vCOP (8min)
Abstract
Wainman et al.Q Method Evals (15 min)Abstract
Banfield et al.Indigenous Topic Integration (15 min)Abstract
Scholarly
Practice
Lal & Mondoux
Innovation vs. Improvement (15 min)
Abstract

Angus-Lee & Perera
Use of Twitter for Academics (15 min)
Abstract
Yilmaz et al.Social Network Analyses(15 min)Abstract
Educational
Leadership
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Mountjoy, Tong, & Lillie
Professionalism in Clinical Learning - A Workshop
Abstract
Clinical
Leadership
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Barth, Zaver, & Miner
Improving your Digital Meetings & Teaching Sessions
Abstract

13:45-14:00

Transition Time or Networking Break

Feel free to take a short break and join us for the next slot. Or hop into our Sophya.ai networking space (remember to use Chrome) and find some like-minded faculty developers to connect with!

Time Slot #2

You will have 5 choices of tracks during this time slot. Participants are welcome to visit the website prior to the conference date to view each individual workshop/talk abstract for details about the objectives for each talk or workshop.

Creativity &
Humanism
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Park, Lal, & Jafine
Improvisation Skills
Abstract
Inspired
Teaching
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Hurtubise, Kay, & Hall
Virtual Professional Development Models
Abstract
Scholarly
Practice
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Rendely & MacNeill
Leveraging Technology for Dissemination of Healthcare
Abstract
Educational
Leadership
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Condon, Gruber, Chan, Monkman, Goulet
Diversity in PGME
Abstract
Clinical
Leadership
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Sharda & Sukhera
Anti-Racism for Leaders
Abstract

14:45-15:00

Transition Time or Networking Break

Feel free to take a short break and join us for the next slot. Or hop into our Sophya.ai networking space (remember to use Chrome) and find some like-minded faculty developers to connect with!

Time Slot #3

You will have 5 choices of tracks during this time slot. Participants are welcome to visit the website prior to the conference date to view each individual workshop/talk abstract for details about the objectives for each talk or workshop.

Creativity &
Humanism
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Carter
Understanding Community Engagement
Abstract
Inspired
Teaching
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Fong, Gullage, Taylor, Nash, & Tong
Program Evaluation Fundamentals
Abstract
Scholarly
Practice
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Yilmaz
Collaborative Writing with Google Docs & Zotero
Abstract
Educational
Leadership
WORKSHOP(45 min)
Park, Jack, Zubairi, Locke, Block, Lal
Virtual Team Meeting Rituals
Abstract
Clinical
Leadership
WORKSHOP(45 min)
El Gouhary & el Helou
Joy-in-Work: A New Framework for Resident Well-Being
Abstract

15:45-16:00

Transition Time or Networking Break

Feel free to take a short break and join us for the next slot. Or hop into our Sophya.ai networking space (remember to use Chrome) and find some like-minded faculty developers to connect with!

Time Slot #4

You will have 5 choices of tracks during this time slot. Participants are welcome to visit the website prior to the conference date to view each individual workshop/talk abstract for details about the objectives for each talk or workshop.

Creativity &
Humanism
Lal
Competency-Based Entrepreneurship Education (15 min)
Abstract

Parzen et al.
Online Escape Rooms (15 min)
Abstract
Inspired
Teaching
Araujo et al.Virtual Interprofessional Dissections (15 min)Abstract

Woodfork
DIY Exams (15 min)
Abstract
Scholarly
Practice
Bailey, Huggett, Rhodes-DiSalvo, Mahan
Envisioning Faculty Development Post Pandemic (15 min)
Abstract
Young & McKinnell
Bibliometric Indicators (15 min)
Abstract
Educational
Leadership
Dong et al.MacEmerg Podcast (8 min)Abstract

Dhir et al.Clinical Placement Model for Pandemic Education (8 min)Abstract
Clinical
Leadership
Monteiro & MondouxPractice Data Collection (15 min)Abstract

Nagji et al.COVID Clerkship Conversion (8 min)Abstract

16:30-16:45

Huma Ali was invited to present this talk again after being part of our Rock the Podium course which ran this spring.
You can read more about this new program at this page, but stay tuned to our event calendar for more offerings of this course!

Closing Plenary

Leading Self: A Journey Through the Pandemic
Huma Ali (Clinical Lecturer, University of Calgary)
Rock the Podium Program Graduate

Objectives:


By the end of this session, the learner will be able to
  • Name the factors that influence happiness.
  • Consider ways to improve their own wellbeing.

16:45-17:00

Awards Ceremony

We will be celebrating local awards winners during this period.
Award winners include graduates of the MacPFD University Teaching Program (now morphed into the Macademia program) and the Canadian Association for Medical Educators (CAME) Certificate of MERIT award winners.

17:00-18:00

This year's Invited Speaker for the Wong Forum is Margaret Hay.
You can read more about the Wong Forum at this link.

Keynote Speaker

Margaret Hay, PhD

Objectives:


By the end of this activity participants will be able to articulate what it takes to be an effective leader in health professions education now and into the future.

18:00-19:00

Networking Event @ Sophya.ai
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST USE THE CHROME BROWSER

Accreditation Statement

McMaster University, Continuing Health Sciences Education Program (CHSE) is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Continuing Medical Education (CACME) to provide CFPC Mainpro+ and RCPSC Maintenance of Certification (MOC) study credits for Continuing Medical Education.

This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by the McMaster University Continuing Health Sciences Program for up to 5 Mainpro+ credits.

This activity is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and approved by McMaster University, Continuing Health Sciences Education Program for up to 5 MOC Section 1 hours.

Through an agreement between the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert Royal College MOC credits to AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Information on the process to convert Royal College MOC credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/go/internationalcme.

*Each healthcare provider should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

Conflicts of Interest

None of the Planning Committee Members and Speakers declared a relationship with a FOR-PROFIT and/or NOT-FOR-PROFIT organization over the previous two years except for:
  • Teresa Chan: Faculty employment with McMaster University.
  • Sarrah Lal: Is a Board Member with the Head Injury Rehabilitation Ontario; Canadian College of Health Leader
  • X. Catherine Tong: Has received a honoraria or in kind compensation from Ontario College of Family Physicians.

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THANK YOU to all who submitted!