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2019

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Medical Education in Difficult Circumstances: Working together to share stories and identify strategies and solutions

Presenter:  Judy McKimm, Swansea University Medical School, Swansea, UK
In association with AMEE CPD Committee
April 2019

Summary:  Many educators are working in cultures or organisations that involve difficult circumstances. These might be at the intrapersonal level (not fitting in, not feeling confident, knowledgeable or skilled enough); the interpersonal level (personality clashes, dysfunctional teams); the organisational level (poorly managed or led oragnsiations, no room for development or promotion, a toxic culture); the wider health or education system, or the society itself, including environmental or political issues.

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Approaches to learning in sustainable healthcare and quality improvement

Presenters: Dr SanYuMay Tun, Imperial College London UK & Dr Frances Mortimer, Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, UKAMEE
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: The interconnectedness of all life, the earth’s systems and human health is easy to forget in the prevailing paradigm of medicine. Yet accelerating global environmental changes are increasingly seen to threaten our way of existence. A more sustainable future is demanded by the next generation, which includes the healthcare professionals whom we teach.  Education for sustainable healthcare is emerging as a new and necessary response. In the UK, the health service is committed to binding Government targets for carbon reductions and the General Medical Council now requires medical schools to prepare their graduates through teaching skills for sustainable healthcare.  

This webinar draws on experience from UK medical schools to look at how educators can embed this new learning into their own curricula and at the same time enhance everyday practice of healthcare delivery.  By combining learning and doing, educational approaches to the teaching of sustainable healthcare such as including it in quality improvement projects can benefit healthcare systems and patients, as well as the environment on which health depends.

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Knowledge translation, patient safety, continuing education, faculty development and quality improvement: opening up the CPD imagination.

Presenter: Simon Kitto, University of Ottowa, Ontario, Canada
CPD Committee 
June 2019

SummaryThis presentation explores the relationship between knowledge translation (KT), patient safety (PS), continuing education (CE), faculty development (FD) and quality improvement (QI) with a view to stimulating new conceptualizations and effective operationalization of continuing professional development (CPD) across the health professions. Together, the forementioned individual modes of intervention activity committed to the improvement of patient care and health outcomes through the enhancement of healthcare professionals' knowledge skills and clinical practice behaviour.  

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Involving Patients, Families and New Perspectives into CPD

Presenter: David Wiljer, University of Toronto, Canada
CPD Committee 
October 2019

Summary: This webinar will explore approaches to involving patients and their families into Continuing Professional Developemtn. There has been a long history of involving patients in CPD and still many organisations face challenges around incorporating patients into their daily CPD routines and activities: these challenges can range from recruitment, training of faculty, various concerns from stakeholders and payment.
Even the simple issues of how to refer to patients who are faculty in CPD can pose challenges for learners, teachers, patients and organisations. This webinar will provide practical suggestions and space to explore these issues.

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Resident-Sensitive Quality Measures: placing patients at the center of our assessment efforts

Presenter: Daniel J. Schumacher, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: In this webinar, we will discuss the potential role of Resident-Sensitive Quality Measures (RSQMs) in competency-based-assessment. After making the case for the need for patient centered assessment approaches such as (RSQMs), we will detail the development in the clinical environment.

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Theories informing simulation practice - 1: How can I use theory in my simulation practice?

Presenters: Debra Nestel (Host) Monash Universty & University of Melbourne, Australia
Alexis Battista, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Maryland, USA
Katie Walher, New York City Hospital Health Corporation
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

In association with AMEE Simulation Committee (SIME)

Summary: If you are wondering how theories can improve your simulation practice, then this webinar will be valuable. You'll learn about activity theory and cognitive load theory and how they are applied in specific simulation practices.

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Designing and using innovative video to support learners - if I video will they watch?

Presenter: Michael Botelho, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong
An AMEE TEL Committee Webinar 2019

Summary: Educators have been somewhat slow in rising to the needs and challenges of how to support students by designing meaningful video learning experiences. There are various perceived barriers and challenges to their use and an uncertainty of how best to start and questions of what is effective? This presentation will take an evidence based and personalized perspective on the use of videos in supporting students for the knowledge and skills required of healthcare professionals. It will cover low-entry points for those considering to use video for learning, as well as design principles to create videos for needful learning. In particular, it will cover an innovative pedagogy based on the observation of videoed expert-student dialogue. This video genre captures one-on-one teaching consultions addressing a particular student centred learning need. These are shared on the learning management system for on-demand and just-in-time learning. The student feedback has been positive. These videos have developed to support other learning scenarios such as competence tests and the flipped class. 

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Effective strategies for successful quality improvement

Presenter: Dean Beals, Rachel Deerr & Stan Pogroszewski
In association with GAME
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: Learn how to develop a professional development/quality improvement project within a health system. Understand how to work with stakeholders and see how we created programs in Depression, Diabetic Eye, Influenza and HIV.  Learn how to develop online and live education, collaborate with stakeholders and use various techniques to measure change.

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Simulation to understand and shape culture

Presenter: Eve Purdy, Queen's University, Canada
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

SummaryBackground: The use of simulation in medical education and quality improvement is on the rise. There has been significant focus on the modality for teaching and practicing communication and team behaviours. However, new evidence suggests that simulation may be an effective way to think about understanding the culture of certain groups and shaping culture too.. Our research group has conducted a number of studies recently in groups ranging from medical students to high performing teams that suggest simulation may act as a moment of cultural compression - a moment when the values, beliefs and practices of a group are particularly strong and transmitted to those on the outside. Our work suggests that simulation design, delivery, and debriefing decisions may reflect that culture but also play an important role in shaping it too. Together, we will explore the cultural realities implications of simulation.

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GAME 2019#FuturistForum. What did we learn about the future when we convened leaders, influencers and visionaries from the international medical learning ecosystem?

Presenters: Alvaro Margolis, President GAME and CEO, EviMed; Suzanne Murray, Board of Directors, GAME, CEO and Founder of the AXDEV Group; Thomas Kellner, Board of Deirectors GAME; Head of Medical Learning at UCB Biosciences
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary:  #FuturistForum. GAME is seeking to ensure the international medical education community is ready for the evolution of healthcare and its impact on medicine. A two-day session will convene world leaders, influencers and visionaries from diverse fields to explore ideas to bring forward lifelong learning translation in healthcare. High-level outcomes from #FuturistForum will be shared during the webinar.

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CPD as the Cornerstone for Value Creation in the Healthcare System

Presenter: Céline Monette, President of the Board of Directors, Montfort Knowledge Institute; Board Director, Société internationale francophone d’éducation médicale; Continuing Professional Development Committee and Special Interest Group, Association for Medical Education in Europe
CPD Committee 
November 2019

Summary: Knowledge has become a prime source of wealth in our societies. Healthcare (HC) is all about knowledge and depends on healthcare professional’s competencies and performance, which has an impact on system’s performance and healthcare outcomes. The CPD Office is an integral part of the healthcare value creation through reducing practice learning gaps and helping healthcare professionals to maintain and improve their competencies. In addition CPD is a critical agent of change to achieve transformative change in a HC system.To improve CPD offices’ contribution within a specific HC system, we propose a model that helps CPD leaders to focus on societal needs when developing their plan.

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Transformative learning theory: towards a new way of being in the world

Presenter; Susan van Schalkwyk, Centre for Health Professions Education, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: Transformative Learning (TL) is described as learning that challenges established perspectives, leading to new ways of being in the world. This complex, meta-theory offers educators a theoretical lens through which to view their students' learning. In this webinar we will explore TL as a theoretical construct and consider its implications for HPE in practice. 

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How to review medical education manuscripts

Presenter: Richard Hays, Editor AMEE MedEdPublish, James Cook University and the University of Tasmania
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: Reviewing manuscripts is a great way to keep in touch with the latest developments. With the increase in the number of manuscripts being submitted, we need more reviewers and more reviews. This webinar presents information about how to do it - there are some differences for medical education manuscripts - and hopes to inspire greater participation by readers and more junior academics. MedEdPublish - the new post publication peer review journal published by AMEE  - the material should be relevant to all health professional education publications.

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Wake up! We need to talk about teacher identity

In association with the AMEE Faculty Development Committee
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Presenter: Professor Peter Cantillon, National University of Ireland, Galway

Summary: This webinar will reveal what is known about teacher identity in the health professions and will focus in particular on the contingent nature of teacher identity in academic and clinical workplaces. The webinar will cover frameworks for thinking about identity and will offer solutions for shoring up teacher identity in academic and clinical workplaces.

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Competency-based medical Education - implications for practice

Presenter: Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
CPD Committee 
December 2019

Summary: Across the world competency-based medical education is transforming undergraduate medical education and residency training. However, the implications for how competencies can or will be used to support and enable learning and continuous improvement in practice remains to be defined.

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Emotional intelligence and the medical curriculum

Presenter: Chris Skinner, Linda Berlach & Tim Leahy
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: Undergraduate medical curricula as well as professional codes of conduct for doctors increasingly require affective and emotionally attuned attributes and skills (Australian Medical Council, 2012; Medical Board of Australia, 2014).

Emotional intelligence teaching and learning is offered early in the medical curriculum as part of the multi-dimensional course aimed at the development of knowledge and skills in self-development and well-being. Over the last five years a mindfullness based stress management program entitled ESSENCE+ has been developed based on the a model by Hassed (2008).

Emotional intelligence formed part of this program and was progressively embedded into the first and second year curriculum, through regular small group sessions, experiential learning, lectures and reflective assessment tasks.

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How to develop a culturally sensitive professionalism curriculum

Presenter: Ming-Jung Ho, Georgetown Universitry, Washington D.C.
Autumn Webinar Series 2019

Summary: Medical professionalism is valued globally. However,  medical professionalism is a social construct which varies according to cultural contexts. Western frameworks of medical professionalism articulating patient autonomy may not resonate with non-Western cultural values on family involvement in medical decisions. This webinar will introduce participants to a systematic approach to develop a medical professionalism curriculum which fits their institutional cultural context.

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Entrustable Professional Activities: the magic bullet in medical education?

Presenters: Marjel van Dam, University Medical Center, Utrecht and Marije Hennus, Wilhelmina Children's Hospital Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Autumn Webinar Series 2019/2020

Summary:  Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) are hip and happening in medical education. But are they here to stay? After briefly introducing ourselves, we will discuss the current role of EPAs in medical education. Drawing from our personal experience with developing, implementing and using EPAs in (post graduate) medical education, we will focus how to use EPAs and touch upon their do’s and don’t’s. Furthermore, we will elaborate on EPAs as either a formative or summative way to assess students and discuss whether EPAs should replace or rather be complementary to existing assessments. Finally, we will share our tips and tricks. All this will be presented in a most interactive setting.

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The power of observation: How to be an observer to give feedback to a small group facilitator

Presenter: Johnny Lyon-Maris, GP Education Unit, Southampton
Autumn Webinar Series 2019/2020

Summary: This webinar is aimed at educators who act as observers and give specific feedback to the facilitator of a small group.
Observation is a two way process, learning from the facilitator but also giving specific feedback to the facilitator.
My methods include the learning environment, facilitator talk time, facilitator statement count and statement flow. These techniques are evdenced for the facilitator to see and be given precise feedback to their skills.

This webinar will give the watcher a framework to give the facilitator evidenced feedback.

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Medical Humanities: A way to transform society

Presenter: Jonathan McFarland, Sechenov University Moscow
Autumn Webinar Series 2019/2020

Summary: The humanities are now very topical in medical education; for instance,  in the last AMEE Conference there was a whole theme dedicated to them. More and more understand that the humanities are needed to restore balance to an increasingly scientific and technologically orientated curricula. The practice of medicine is however to do with people, and the humanities are necessary to help health professionals deal with people's preoccupations, worries and concerns.
Taking this as a starting point the main concern of this webinar will be how the (re)introduction of the humanities into medical education and practice can help not only on an individual and personal level (i.e. the Doctor -patient relationship) but also on a wider societal and global level. How the humanities are needed to help change and transform society at this critical and complicated moment.

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Exploring student engagement

Presenter: Evangelos Papageorgiou, University of Thessaly
Autumn Webinar Series 2019/2020

Summary: Student engagement is one of the areas of excellence recognised by the AMEE ASPIRE Awards. But, there is also the responsibility of each and every student to stand up for themselves and create opportunities for student engagement.
This webinar will discuss more about student empowerment and involvement.

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Are we there yet? Monitoring engagement with health, climate change and other environmental determinantes of health in the medical curriculum. the Australian and New Zealand experience.

Presenters: Lynne Madden, University of Notre Dame, Sydney & Michelle McLean, Bond University Gold Coast, Australia
Autumn Webinar Series 2019/2020

Summary: This session builds on the 24 September 2019 webinar (SanYuMay Tun and Frances Mortimer) describing the work of UK medical schools to embed sustainable healthcare into the curriculum in line with the new General Medical Council Standards. In this webinar, we turn to the Southern Hemisphere (Australia and New Zealand) to examine how the impact of climate change (and other global environmental changes) on health are being integrated into the medical curriculum.

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