ICRE 2014 will feature four plenaries, 12 learning tracks, more than 60 workshops and more than 200 poster and paper presentations. Don’t miss this unique educational event!
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Don’t miss ICRE’s dynamic online program. Easily explore the diverse line-up of sessions on resident assessment, admissions, competency-based medical education, CanMEDS, and much more.
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NEW! SOCIAL MEDIA SUMMIT
Attend ICRE early and attend the world’s first summit dedicated to the use of social media in health professional education. Held on Wednesday, October 22, 2014, this summit will examine key issues in social media and best practices. Click here to find out more.
ICRE will feature a wide variety of full- and half-day workshops on October 23. Don’t miss this unique development opportunity to explore a topic in depth with a small group of like-minded colleagues.
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This year’s conference will feature three unique plenary lectures and a panel comprised of leading experts in the field of Social Media (SoMe), who will explore the evidence behind some of the technologies and the promise of SoMe.
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ICRE 2014 will once again feature three International Showcases. These sessions highlight innovations in postgraduate medical education from institutions around the world. Participating this year are Canada’s University of Toronto, South Africa’s Stellenbosch University, and Singapore’s National Healthcare Group. Each will demonstrate effective techniques and tools for residency programs with a special focus on innovations and educational methods that work.
CLINICIAN EDUCATOR WORKING DINNER
Thursday, October 23, 1800-2100
In 2014 the practices of medicine and medical education are flooded with technology: e-learning, tablets, smartphones, twitter, MOOCs, flipped classrooms, the list goes on. This year’s clinician educator dinner is an opportunity for an engaging discussion on the pros and cons of these innovations. The conversation will emphasize reflection and critical thinking in the adoption of technology. This highly interactive session will be facilitated by an international panel of speakers featuring Dr. Anne Marie Cunningham from Cardiff, UK and Dr. Michelle Lin from UCSF.