Medical Education Rounds
Sharing new developments
If you’re a medical educator, you likely find it difficult to take time out of your busy schedule to attend conferences and seminars. But in a field that’s constantly evolving, it’s important to stay on top of the latest innovations in education theory and practice.
The Rounds are offered monthly in term.
Signing up for email notifications is the best way to find out about any upcoming DME Rounds. If you’d like to be added to the list or you have a suggestion for a future topic or speaker, please contact Deirdre Harvey at email@example.com.
Next DME Grand Rounds will be in the Fall of 2016.
Information will be available closer to the date.
Some of our previous talks have been archived and are available by contacting Deirdre Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 29, 2014: Dr. Pat Croskerry, Teaching Critical Thinking: an Ethical Imperative
January 28, 2015: Mr. Brad Wuetherick, Mentoring and Assessing Students in Clinical Contexts
March 11, 2015: Dr. Anna MacLeod, Thinking Critically About Distributed Medical Education: Emerging Findings from a Sociomaterial Investigation
April 7, 2015: Dr. Samina Abidi, Translating and Integrating Clinical Guidelines, Behavior Models and Educational Content - Evidence-Informed Behavior Modification Aids for Providers and Patients
January 27, 2016: Matthew To, Homelessness in the Medical Curriculum: An Analysis of Case-Based Learning Content from One Canadian Medical School (powerpoint slides available)
March 9. 2016: Dr. Mark Gilbert, The Experience of Portraiture in Clinical Setting
May 11, 2015: Dr. Sam Stewart, Standardizing Medical Information: a Window into SNOMED CT and the value of Medical Terminologies (the slideset)