2022-2023 CBME Webinar Series

The International Competency-based Medical Education (ICBME) Collaborators are a group of leading international experts who examine conceptual issues and current debates in competency-based medical education (CBME). As part of their engagement in ongoing discussions of CBME issues, they are hosting their 6th series of CBME webinars, scheduled to run monthly from September 2022 to June 2023

Each one of these FREE webinars will feature CBME experts in informal, high level discussion on key CBME topics.

Missed an EVENT from our 6th series? You can view it in our 2022-23 recording archives

Missed an EVENT from our 5th series? You can view it in our 2021-22 recording archives

Missed an event from our 4th series? You can view it in our 2020-21 recording archives

Learning from the Learners: Grass Roots Feedback Guiding Implementation of CBME
Friday, February 24th from 12 – 1 pm
Dr. Andrew Hall, MD FRCPC MMEd; Vice-Chair Education and Associate Professor, University of Ottawa (@AKHallMD)
Dr. Joseph R. Geraghty, MD/PhD Candidate; Department of Neurology & Rehabilitation, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. (@joeg988)
Dr. Mary Ott, PhD; Curriculum Studies, Western University (@mary_mott2)
Dr. Leora Branfield Day, MD FRCPC MMEd; General Internist, University of Toronto (@LeoraBD)
Dr. Ben Kinnear, MD MEd; Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics (@Midwest_MedPeds)
Learn more and register here: https://bit.ly/CBMEWebinarS6_05

Here is a preview of our upcoming topics for 2023:

  • Does CBME make a difference?  
  • CBME: how to get started?   
  • CBME and selection processes
  • CBME in Continuous Professional Development
  • Patients and CBME

A topic catching your eye? To receive a notification when registration opens, please email us at icbme@royalcollege.ca

Past events:

Revisiting a “CBME Research Agenda” 5 years later
Was on September 21, 2022
Daniel Nel, Groote Schuur Hospital/University of Cape Town (@danielnel87)
Shelley Ross, PhD, MCFP (Hon); University of Alberta (@S_RossUofA)
Olle ten Cate, PhD; University Medical Center Utrecht (@olletencate)
Larry Gruppen, PhD; University of Michigan Medical School (@lgruppen)
Recording now available: https://bit.ly/RevisitingaCBMEResearchAgenda

CBME in a Global Context:  From the WHO Competency and Outcomes Framework to practical applications on the ground
Was on October 13, 2022
Siobhan Fitzpatrick, Technical Officer; Health Workforce Department, World Health Organization (@SioCFitz)
Beena Kamath-Rayne, MD MPH FAAP; American Academy of Pediatrics (@BeenaDoc)
Saroj Jayasinghe, MBBS (Col) MD (Col) MRCP (UK) MD (Bristol) PhD (Col) FRCP (Lond) FCCP FNASSL; University of Colombo
William McGaghie, PhD; Northwestern University
Recording now available: https://bit.ly/CBMEinaGlobalContext

Data Driven Determination of Competence: Is it possible?
Was on November 28, 2022
Jesse Burk-Rafel, MD MRes; NYU Grossman School of Medicine(@jbrafel)
Brigitte Smith, MD MHPE FSVS FACS; University of Utah (@Brig13Smith1)
Brent Thoma, MD MA MSc FRCPC DRCPSC; University of Saskatchewan (@Brent_Thoma)
Recording now available: https://bit.ly/DataDrivenDeterminationCompetence

A Focus on Struggling Learners
Was on December 16, 2022
Rachel Ellaway PhD; Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary (@drellaway)
Jonathan Pirie MD MEd FRCPC ABP (PEM); Division of Emergency Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto (@jon_pirie)
Lynnea Mills MD; University of California, San Francisco
Recording now available: https://bit.ly/FocusOnStrugglingLearners