ICRE Post-conference Programs
Post-conference programs will take place on Sunday, October 22, 2017. Please register online for all post-conference programs.
Please note: You do not need to be registered for ICRE in order to register for post-conference programs.
International Clinician Educators (ICE) Summit – Quebec City
Sunday, October 22, 2017
0745–1200 (Hilton Quebec)
ICE Summit: Controversies in Medical Education
Do you dream about having your mind stimulated and your convictions pushed to the limit? Would you like to interact with Clinician Educator thinkers and doers from around the world? Then the ICE Summit is the event for YOU!
Led by dynamic and renowned Clinician Educators, ICE Summit will push you to think deeply about the most controversial and provocative elements of MedEd – our speakers aren’t presenters, they are provocateurs! [pruh-vok-uh-tur, noun; a person who deliberately behaves controversially in order to provoke argument or other strong reactions.]
Our Summit is about discussing and sharing ideas with some of the brightest minds in MedEd. You will leave with new ideas and concepts, a renewed zest for education practice, a collection of strong take-home messages and new network of international colleagues.
Please note that this event is held in English only and is exclusively for practicing clinician educators. The ICE Summit defines a ‘clinician educator’ as follows:
- Is a current or former clinician with experience in the delivery of healthcare as well as the supervision and teaching of health professionals;
- Applies education, psychology, and leadership theory to educational practice;
- Engages in education scholarship; and
- Provides consultation and advice regarding educational issues in the health professions.
Strategies for Designing & Implementing Your Competency-based Medical Education Program: An Introductory Workshop
Sunday, October 22, 2017
0800-1500 (Hilton Quebec)
If you are thinking about or getting started with implementing competency-based medical education (CBME) in your program then this workshop is for you. CBME is an emerging approach to health professions training, oriented to the abilities required upon entry into practice and deliberately organized to facilitate progression of expertise. CBME is rapidly becoming adopted by innovative programs in multiple professions and various stages of training around the world. This course is an introduction to CBME that will provide any medical educator with the basic knowledge and skills required to a implement CBME program
Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to describe the rationale for adopting CBME to their peers; define key terms related to CBME including: CBME, competency, EPA, milestone, outcome, programmatic assessment, progression of competence, competence; employ a stepwise approach to implementing a CBME curriculum for any health profession based on the Core Components Framework; apply strategies for implementing CBME; participate in a supportive network and ongoing professional development.
E. Van Melle, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Kingston, Ontario; K. Wycliffe-Jones, University of Calgary, Calgary; P. Harris, University of New South Wales, Sydney; E. Holmboe, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, Chicago; S. Schipper, University of Alberta, Edmonton