Open to health professional educators from ALL departments, the ESP is a leadership development program for educators of health professionals. This unique applied program includes: an adaptive curriculum that evolves with each class, a large and diverse faculty, peer and faculty mentoring and an.inter and intra-professional learning community.Session Details & Video
The increasing use of Internet-based learning in health professions education may be informed by a timely, comprehensive synthesis of evidence of effectiveness. This presentation will outline our research summarizing the effect of Internet-based instruction for health professions learners compared with no intervention and with non-Internet interventions. A very rigorous review and meta-analysis method was used to identify, select, and abstract information from the literature including characteristics of learners, learning setting, and intervention (including level of interactivity, practice exercises, online discussion, and duration).
In this presentation I will review the results for the 201 studies that were reviewed, including satisfaction, knowledge outcomes, skills, learner behaviours and patient effects for both no-intervention studies and media comparative studies. A summary of what the evidence suggests in terms of most effective instructional design variations in Internet-based learning will also be considered.
Reference: Internet-Based Learning in the Health Professions: A Meta-analysis David A. Cook, MD, MHPE; Anthony J. Levinson, MD, MSc; Sarah Garside, MD, PhD; Denise M. Dupras, MD, PhD; Patricia J. Erwin, MLS; Victor M. Montori, MD, MSc JAMA. 2008;300(10):1181-1196.
Dr. Ginsberg will begin by providing a brief overview of the concept of, and challenges to evaluating professionalism. Dr. Ginsberg will present an overview of the research program in which she is involved and will share what has been learned from her own studies and how the results have changed how she (and others) think about the issues. She will conclude by suggesting some ideas for application of these ideas and for future areas of study.Session Details & Video
The purpose of this session is to present a case study of The Michener's innovative capstone simulation semester. We will outline how a design research framework may be used for curricular development and student assessment. The implications for faculty development to support simulation-enhanced education in healthcare will be explored.Session Details & Video
During this presentation, Dr. McLeod will summarize his research studies designed to elicit basic education experts' perceptions of which pedagogical principles, if known and understood by clinicians, might enhance teaching success. He will further compare and contrast those results to the perceptions of expert clinical teachers.Session Details & Video