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Instructional Development
  • Mon / Feb 7
    1:00 AM to 5:00 AM
  • 3.50 credits

Technology Enhanced Health Professions Teaching Part 2

Part 1- An Introduction to the use of technology in health professions education Theory, Evidence and Show-and-Tell

Part 2 Putting Theory into Practice: How to incorporate technology into your curriculum development

There is no denying the rapid development of online/technology enhanced tools and applications in medical education and the emerging digital divide that often exists between faculty and students. In addition, with the growing globalization of health professions education yet continued need for interactive collaboration, technology-enhanced solutions are becoming increasingly important. This new workshop series offered by the CFD aims to help participants develop a level of comfort in the knowledge and use of technology enhanced applications in their own teaching practice.

In the first part of this exciting workshop series, attendees will be introduced to background theory and evidence-base, which will guide their future development of online education and collaborative tools. In addition, they will engage in interactive hands-on demonstrations of various technology-enhanced medical education tools and critically appraise these.

Part 2 will apply what you learned from Part 1 into practice. Attendees will be asked to bring current or proposed ideas for their own TEPHE to the workshop and will work through each step of curriculum development planning. Practical tips for development and implementation will also be discussed, including local resources, tool repositories and tool development.

  • Appreciate the history and theory underlying the use of technology in health professions education
  • List 5 categories of technology-enhanced medical education tools
  • Critically appraise the advantages and disadvantages of technology-enhanced health professions education tools

Leaders

  • Rodrigo Cavalcanti MD MSc FRCP

    Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

  • Heather MacNeill

    Director, Medical Education, Bridgepoint Hospital
    COIL (Collaborative Online Interprofessional Education) Project Lead
    Lecturer, Dept of Physiatry,
    Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

  • Catherine Yu MD FRCPC MHSc

    Staff, Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism, St. Michael's Hospital
    Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
    Adjunct Scientist, Keenan Research Centre in the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital

Location

Li Ka Shing International Healthcare Education Centre, 209 Victoria Street