By Teresa Chan & Alex Chorley (@chorleymd) This month’s Notes from the Liminal Space piece was co-written by one of our local Clinician Educator diploma program scholars. Alexander Chorley is a 4th year resident here at […]
(From the EiC: The liminal space references the active transitional state of moving into a new reality or place. It is from the Latin for “limen” or threshold. Check out Teresa’s previous posts on her […]
(Editor’s note: This is part of a continuing series on liminality – the concept of threshold, transition or rite of passage. For previous posts see here, here and here. – Jonathan […]
The Ottawa Conference 2014 just wrapped. In case you don’t know, the Ottawa Conference was developed nearly 30 years ago by Ian Hart and Ron Harden as a means to introduce and develop approaches to assessing health professions learners (See here for more details on the history of this conference.) Every two years the “Ottawa” Conference meets in a different international venue.
Teresa Chan is our guest blogger this week, sharing her experience of becoming a Clinician Educator. Enter Teresa. -Jonathan[…]