Professional Development Seminar Series
Interesting seminars (webinars and podcasts) from expert faculty and presenters
Join us for the ever changing Faculty Development offerings via the Professional Development Seminar Series. This Series will include a multi-pronged and multimedia approach to the information you need to develop skills, knowledge, and connection delivered by content experts, thought leaders and innovators. The online nature of the live or recorded webinars and podcasts means you can access from whenever you have time and wherever you have internet, allowing you to attend in real time or watch/listen when convenient. The topics presented will be selected by faculty leaders in the four thematic areas outlined below:
Led by Dr. Wendy Stewart
From the visual and performing arts to the history of medicine, we believe in the value of having medical professionals and faculty engage in the humanities. Wherever you are in your career or your lifelong learning there is something for everyone to gain from humanizing medicine. Integrating medical humanities will: stimulate your creativity; sustain your energy; support the compassion required to provide excellence in care; develop your capacity for critical thinking and improve your communication and advocacy skills.
- Will be posted as confirmed.
Wellness and Leadership
Led by Dr. Ange Cooper and Dr. Lara Hazelton
The Faculty Wellness team welcome and invite you to our professional development series. These sessions have been designed to begin to address the seven drivers of burnout as discussed in the literature including: workload and job demands, efficiency and resources, meaning in work, culture and values, control and flexibility, social support and community at work, and work-life integration. These sessions will focus on personal promotion and leadership skill development and will develop your ability and inspiration to reach for the next level or to lead with confidence from where you are now.
- Will be posted as confirmed.
Led by Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed
Join us as we seek to understand our experiences and/or observation of oppression towards priority communities within the Maritimes and beyond. Learn skills to effectively create and support an anti-oppressive working and learning environment. These adeptly curated and insightful sessions will be hosted by the Serving and Engaging Society lead.
- Wednesday, Sept 20th, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
- Tuesday, Oct 3rd, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
- Thursday, Oct 19th, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
- Thursday, Nov 2nd, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
- Thursday, Nov 16th, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
- Thursday, Nov 30th, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
- Thursday, Dec 14th, 1-2pm: White Fragility Clinic with Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed | Contact GHO@dal.ca to register
Fundamentals of Teaching and Research
Led by Dr. Lisa Bonang and Dr. Sarah Burm
Led by our Medical Education Research and Scholarship team these research seminars will focus on helping to demystify and inspire you to the world of medical education research and scholarship. Effective teaching is an art that few have been trained for, but many have been asked to do. With the changing needs of an ever-evolving learning environment, our Faculty Development lead will host educationally relevant topics geared to developing your skill and comfort, and subsequent enjoyment in the teaching realm.
- December 12, 12-1:30pm: More than systematic reviews: Choosing appropriate evidence synthesis methods for health professions education topics with Drs Jackie Phinney and Robin Parker via MS Teams
- January 9, 12-1:30pm: Framing Research with Sociomateriality Theory with Drs. Anu Mishra and Mark Goldszmidt via MS Teams
- February 21, 12-1pm: Finding Evidence at the Point of Care with Jackie Phinney
- April 9, 12-1:30pm: Scoping Review Masterclass: Showcasing Critical Steps for a Rigorous Review with Drs. Kelly Lackie and Stephen Miller via MS Teams
- May 14, 12-1:30pm: The scholarship of teaching and learning: What it is, and how to get involved with Dr. Kate Thompson via MS Teams
- November 15, 5-6:30pm: Creating Psychological Safety in 5 seconds: Changing How We Simulate with Janice C. Palaganas via MS Teams OR in-person: Room 313, CHEB
Catalyzing Change in Health Systems
Led by Serving and Engaging Society and the Office of Community Partnerships & Global Health
- November 28, 5-6:30pm: Advancing our perspectives on SOS - Slow, Open, Soften with Danny Graham | Register here via Eventbrite
Leadership PRN series: Leadership PRN is Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine’s podcast for leaders whether formal or informal, established or emerging. Each episode, Dr. Lara Hazelton, Co-Director of Faculty Development, speaks with local experts about the joys and challenges of leading in the medical environment.
If you would like to watch a previous seminar, please contact FacDev@dal.ca for the recording link.
We are developing a series of online modules on relevant medical education topics to support our themes. These modules are housed on our FacDev Brightspace site. To be enrolled, please contact us at email@example.com.