2016

An International Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) 

International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) 

Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME)

Annual Day, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto

Focusing on safety: Quality of widely available video instructional materials for point of care ultrasound guided procedures in Internal Medicine

Authors: 

Khandelwal A1, Devine L1,2, Otremba M1

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

Online resident learning of chest x-ray interpretation: A study of mixed vs blocked practice 

Authors: 

Shah R1,2, Cavaclanti1,2

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

Feedback and the oral case presentation in Internal Medicine: Are we doing enough? 

Authors: 

Rassos J1, Melvin L1,2, Panisko D1,2, Kulasegaram M1, Kuper A1

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON 

It's not just what you know, but how yo present it: Understanding the oral case presentation in formal trainee assessment 

Authors: 

Melvin L1,2, Rassos J1, Kuper A1, Panisko D1,2

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

Developing Entrustable Professional Activities for the ambulatory internist

Authors: 

Shah R1,2, Melvin L1,2, Cavalcanti R.B1,2,

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

Defining competencies based on needs: A case study on procedural skills in GIM

Authors: 

Cavalcanti R.B1,2, Hendricks S3, Card S4

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

3Yellowknife, North West Territories 

4Department of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, SK

Just in time procedural simulation: A novel method of teaching bedside procedures to Internal Medicine residents 

Authors: 

Kaplovitch E1, Devine L1,2, Otremba M1

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

Incentives for recruiting trainee participation in medical education research

Authors: 

Stovel R1,2, Gingsburg S1,  Stroud L1,  Cavlacanti R.B1,2, Devine L1,2

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

Content specificity of clinical reasoning in a summative Internal Medicine clerkship oral examination

Authors: 

Panisko D1,2, Lorens E1, Robertson S1, Rajeswaran V1, Devine L1,2

 

1Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

2The HoPingKong Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON

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