Hi everyone, this is Teresa Chan reporting for the ICE blog. In the lead up to medical education’s first ever social media consensus conference, ICE has been connecting with various online education groups to find […]
As I hope you’ve heard, the second ICENet Summit is rapidly approaching and will take place in Milan, Italy on August 29th (just prior to AMEE). Let me introduce you to four world-class provocateurs who will lead the day. Yes, we call them provocateurs! (Provocateur: a person who provokes trouble, causes dissension, or the like; agitator) Unlike a typical presentation, these four Clinician Educators open their session with a controversial statement and argue their point of view, leading to an animated and intimate discussion on the topic with all those in attendance. Imagine sitting with a small group of CEs from around the world and debating cutting edge issues in health professions education.
Let’s get to know them better and take a sneak peek at their sessions below!
Today we celebrate the Civic holiday in Canada. We’re taking a day off tomorrow, so come back and see us for a new post on Friday! Image courtesy of Ken Hawkins, via Wikimedia Commons
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