Undergraduate Education Faculty Development Workshop

Friday, January 19, 2018 All day

2018 DFCM Undergraduate Education Faculty Development Workshop
Workshop Theme: Modelling Integration: Teaching and Learning in Family Medicine

Friday, January 19th, 2018 at the Vaughan Estates of Sunnybrook

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Kidd, Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine
 

Join us for our annual day-long event for family physicians and health professional educators involved in undergraduate medical education.  Highlights include:

•           Small group workshops

•           Faculty and student posters

•           Breakfast and lunch included

•           Free to University of Toronto Family Medicine teachers

•           Free parking

 

Please click here to register for the event.  Registration closes Friday December 15th.

 

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Morning and afternoon small group workshops are offered as follows:
 

Morning Session
10:15 - 11:45 am

  • Choosing Wisely Canada: Teaching and Learning Choosing Wisely at the Undergraduate Level
    Dr. Kimberly Wintemute MD CCFP FCFP, Assistant Professor, NYGH Site; Primary Care Co-Lead, Choosing Wisely Canada.
     
  • Teaching communication skills: why it’s important and how to do it.
    William Watson MD, CCFP, CFCFP; Lindsay Watson MA, RP, RMFT; Emelyn Bartlett  MSW
     
  • The Indigenous Blanket Exercise as a Medical Education Tool
    Lindsay Herzog.  Co-Presenters TBD
     
  • "What’s The Buzz About Integration? Does Anyone Really Know What It Means?”
    Stacey Bernstein, Pier Bryden, Mahan Kulasegaram, Jana Lazor, Marcus Law, Maria Mylopolous, Glendon Tait
     
  • The Advocacy Project in Family Medicine Block Clerkship: How Can I Make it Work in my Practice?
    Doukas K, Owen J, Maker D, Nyhof-Young J.

Afternoon Session
1:30 - 3:00 pm

  • The Power of Critical Reflection in Enhancing Preceptors' Teaching Skills
    Mruna Shah MD, FCFP, and Difat Jakubovicz MD, FCFP
  • Integrating LGBTQ2S health with Clinical Skills: Teaching and Learning Sexual History for Every Body
    Laurence Biro, James Owen, Alex Coutin, Herman Tang, Groonie Tang, Kaiwen Song, Joyce Nyhof-Young
  • A roadmap for Teaching Complex Conversations: Stories from Palliative Care
    Risa Bordman, Donna Spaner, Christopher Blake (PGY3)

Please click here (337.82 KB) to download abstracts for each session.

 

 

Agenda

8:00 am Registration, Breakfast, Poster Presentations, and Sponsor Booths
8:30 am Welcome: Dr. Dave Wheler
8:35 am

Dr. Azadeh (Azi) Moaveni
Director, Undergraduate Medical Education, DFCM
Who's Who in DFCM Undergraduate Medical Education

8:45 am Keynote Address: Dr. Michael Kidd, Chair, DFCM
The Future of Family Medicine, in Toronto, Canada and Around the World
9:45 am Nutrition Break, Poster Presentations, and Sponsor Booths
10:15 am Workshops - Sessions #1
11:45 am Lunch
1:00 pm Teaching Awards: Dr. Dave Wheler
1:30 pm Workshops - Sessions #2
3:00 pm Evaluation and Draw

 

Location
Vaughan Estates of Sunnybrook
2075 Bayview Avenue
Toronto
M4N 3M5
Contact
dfcm.clerkship@utoronto.ca
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