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Upcoming Programs

We have programs available all year in both Faculty Development and Continued Professional Development (CPD).

Course Design in the BHSc Program - session 2
The Office of Health Sciences Education invites you to a faculty development course design seminar for the Bachelor of Health Sciences program. This three-hour session will include an in-depth look at the BHSc's Science Based Course Design (SBCD) approach including course visioning, rubric development, content curation, learning activities, course revision, and competency mapping. We will also explore the BHSc Portal & technology and course design policy guidelines.
Infection Prevention and Control-September 6th, 2017
This program will begin September 6th, 2017 and end February 5, 2018. Refund Policy Full refunds will be given up to August 21, 2017. 50% of the course fee will be refunded for notices received after August 21, 2017 and up to the start of the program. No refund will be given after the program has begun. Please be sure to email your TOEFL results to queensic@queensu.ca if English is not your first language.
CBME Faculty Development Modules
Registration is not required for this program. In collaboration with content experts from across PGME programs, the Office of Faculty Development has created a series of modules designed to support faculty during the transition to CBME.  Please visit the following link to access the module community in Med Tech (you will need to log in):  https://meds.queensu.ca/central/community/cbmemodules
CBME Webinar Series "Change management in CBME"
Presenter: Shelley Ross Shelley Ross, PhD, is an Associate Professor, and Director of Research and Innovation, Competency-Based Achievement System Program, in the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta, Canada. Discussion facilitated by Dr. Damon Dagnone Please join us for a group viewing and discussion of this webinar. PLEASE CHECK CLOSER TO THE DATE FOR THE CONFIRMATION OF ROOM IN BRACKEN LIBRARY
CBME Webinar Series "Myths about CBME"
Presenter: Ronald Harden Ronald Harden, MD, is Professor of Medical Education (Emeritus) University of Dundee and Editor of Medical Teacher and General Secretary and Treasurer of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE).   Please join us for a group viewing and discussion of this webinar. Discussion will be facilitated by Tessa Hanmore.
New Faculty Welcome Breakfast & Showcase
As a part of your transition to Queen’s, we would like to invite you to a New Faculty Orientation and Resource Showcase offered by the Health Sciences Faculty Development Office.  This event is taking place on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at the University Club, 168 Stuart St., in the George Teves dining room, and will give you the opportunity to hear from the Decanal leadership team.
Annual Cardiovascular Symposium 
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Pediatrics Update 2017
The program attendee will review the most current Canadian (Pediatric) guidelines and will apply best-practice clinical tools to assist with diagnoses and improve the care of his/her pediatric patients.   The attendee will examine evidence-based approaches to facilitate care management and enhance communication to pediatric patients and to their patients’ parents or guardians.
IAMSE Webinar Series: Remediation of Basic Science in Integrated Blocks
Presenters: Giulia Bonamino, PhD & Jeannette Guerrasio, MD Giulia Bonamino, PhD, Professor of Family Medicine, Associate Dean for Medical Education, University of Kansas School of Medicine Jeannette Guerrasio, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Remediation, University of Colorado School of Medicine Please join us for a group viewing and faciliated discussion of this webinar. Faculty Faciliator: Dr. Andrea Guerin
2017 CPD Alumni Symposium
School of Medicine - Continuing Professional Development Symposium for Alumni Date:  Saturday, October 14, 2017 - 8:00am to 10:30am Location:  School of Medicine 15 Arch Street Room 132 A and David M.C. Walker Atrium Advancing Care... Inspiring Change