On Tuesday, I shared Sue Dojeiji’s and Lara Cooke’s overview of common instructional methods. Today, I want to focus on teaching procedures. For the master clinician, it may be hard to deconstruct the necessary steps […]
This is the fourth post in a series on systematic education design. Click on the links to see the previous posts on needs assessment and goals & objectives. Instructional methods is a big concept to […]
On Tuesday, Elaine discussed “systems thinking,” “handover,” and “global health” as emerging themes that impact a physician competency framework. Today she suggests two more concepts that should be considered during the CanMEDS 2015 renewal. Do […]
In February, Elaine van Melle profiled “professional identify” and “emotion” as two emerging themes in the medical education literature. As part of the CanMEDS 2015 renewal, Elaine’s review of the (grey) literature contributes to the discussion of defining the competencies of physician practice. Today, in part three of the series, she addresses three additional themes. On Friday, Elaine discusses “social media” and “financial incentives.” Share your comments with the ICENet blog regarding these themes from the literature. How do they compliment / contradict your understanding of physician competence?
How do you explain your role as a CE to colleagues, academic chairs or senior administration? Within the existing medical education literature, there is significant variation among definitions. When I compare promotion criteria between universities, […]