Medical Education in Internal Medicine The Current Canadian Landscape A Workshop delivered at the 2019 CSIM National Meeting

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Daniel Brandt Vegas
Leslie Martin
Irene W.Y. Ma
Philip Hui
Ford Bursey

Abstract

The 2019 CSIM national meeting included a workshop focused on current topics related to medical education across Canada. The workshop topics included leadership in education, teaching point of care ultrasound, teaching clinical reasoning, and using competency based medical education to design a maintenance of competency program for practicing specialists. This article reflects the experience and discussions from the session, with the goal of stimulating national conversations and collaborations betweenCSIM members.


 

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