Workshop Symposia

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W001Best Practices in Quality Feedback
W002Approaches to Outcomes Measurement in Interprofessional Education
W003Improving Health Outcomes with Well-Designed Communication Competency Training
W004Toward an Enhanced Understanding of Team Learning and Change
W005Knowledge to Practice — A Practical Tool to Enhance Presentation of Evidence in CME Programs.
W006Inter-professional Performance in Practice
W007Innovation in CPD: On Line SCTs to Induce Reflection on Controversial Issues in the Specialities
W008EnGAging an Inter-Disciplinary Team for NSCLC Diagnosis, Personalized Assessment, and Treatment
W009Informed Self-Assessment and Performance Feedback: Implications for Physician Self-Monitoring and CPD
W010Utilizing Appreciative Practices to Create High Performace Interprofessional Teams
W011Facilitating the Successful Integration of Licensed International Medical Graduates (IMGs) into Canadian Practice: A British Columbia Education Program
W012How to Project if the Impact of your Educational Activity will Translate into Measurable Change in Physician Performance
W013Defining the Skills of Lifelong Learning: A Competency-based approach
W014Exploring Transdisciplinarity’s Claims on Truth, Knowledge and Understanding: Toward a Theoretical Foundation for Inter-professional Health Education & Practice
W015Assessing Clinical Quality/Patient Safety Performance: Moving Beyond Procedures and Toward Organizational Culture
W016Health Barometer: Patient Motivation for Sustained Behaviour Change
W017Case Study Workshop: The Impact of Zero Commercial Funding in a Disease State
W018Designing PI CME Activities: The Team Approach
W019Transitions in Practice: The Evidence and Practice of Supporting Physicians as they Move through their Careers
W020The Unique Characteristics of Reentry Physicians and their Impact on Performance and Remedial Program Design
W021Using Real-life Cases and Consequences of Response to Enhance Participants’ E-learning Experience
W022CPD’s Role in Aligning Institutional and Provider Activities with Regulatory Requirements
W023Designing a Comprehensive Quality Improvement Intervention to Enhance Performance through Professional Teams
W024PRACTICUM Script Concordance Test as a New On-line CPD Model, Focused on Clinical Reasoning
W025Interprofessional Simulation Instructor Groups Design Scenarios for Collaborative Learning
W026Faculty Development for Academic Detailing: Recruitment and Training Methods
W027Teaching, Demonstrating, and Assessing Professional Reflection in CPD
W028Needs Assessment: Personal Perspectives and the Role of EMR – How to Improve Needs Assessment in Continuing Medical Education
W029Aligning Institutional Quality Improvement and Education Efforts with Part IV Maintenance of Certification Requirements for Individual Physician Practice Improvement
W030Leveraging Change in Learner Preferences and New Technologies to Effect Better Outcomes
W031The Art and Science of Facilitation: Shifting the Teacher Learner Paradigm
W032An In-practice International Medical Graduate Assessment Process — Be the Designer
W033The Value of Webcasting for Ongoing Learning
W034Developing and Applying a Mini-Audit Model: a Tool for Continuing Professional Development
W035Competencies and Solutions for Evidence-Based CME/CPD Planning Committee Processes
W036Innovative Pedagogical Tools for Teaching Cultural Competence
W037Addressing Challenges in Teaching Cultural Competence
W038Performance Based Continuing Professional Development
W039C-ME, SoMe, Educate Me: A Practical Guide to the Use of Social Media in CME