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CBME Conference 2017

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Four Points by Sheraton
285 King St., E., Kingston, Ontario, K7L3B1, Canada
Fee: $1250.00 (Base Price)
Registration for this program has closed.

Queen's University is on an accelerated path to Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) as the first Canadian institution to transition all residency programs to CBME curriculum models on July 1, 2017.

Join us in Kingston November 8 & 9 as the Queen's executive team, program leaders, residents, and other stakeholders share the Queen's experience with CBME: the Good & the Bad, the Challenges & the Opportunities. 

Registration

Register online now or download a paper registration form

Limestone City Reception & Dinner - View the Menu for this optional dinner on Wednesday November 8.

New reduced group pricing!! Have one or more friends or colleagues join you at the Conference, and you all receive the special rate of $750 per person! Contact us for details.

Program Administrators receive a discounted price of $750 per person. Contact us for details

Students/residents receive a discounted registration of $250

Local Queen's faculty, residents, & staff should contact fac.dev@queensu.ca to register.

Conference topics include:

  • Leveraging Technology to Support CBME
  • CBME Made Ridiculously Simple: Tools to Engage Faculty & Residents 
  • Educational Consultants: Supporting Program Development & Implementation 
  • Faculty Development: Strategies to Prepare Faculty 
  • Building the Program Leadership 
  • Simulation & CBME 
  • Developing Academic Advisors & Competency Committees 
  • Coaching at the Bedside: Redefining Opportunities for Trainee Feedback
  • Building a Scholarship Infrastructure 
  • Constructive Alignment in a CBME Environment 
  • Change Management Strategies 
  • Lessons Learned, & More! 

Learn how to operationalize CBME on the ground and leave the conference with concrete strategies to assist with implementing and supporting CBME in your own programs and institutions. 

Click here to view Program Agenda

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Conference Logistics: Hotel, Travel, & Location 

  • Book your discount accomodations at the Four Points by Sheraton before Oct 16
  • For driving directions from the 401, Montréal or Kingston airport click here
  • Use hashtag #CBMEReady
  • Contact us at fac.dev@queensu.ca

If traveling by air we are able to offer you a promotional code to receive a discount for Air Canada (via www.aircanada.com).

Promotional Code  7DN2HMK1

Applicable Rules:

  • The booking is to be made to the following city: Kingston, YGK (ON)
  • The travel period begins Wednesday, November 01, 2017 and ends Thursday, November 16, 2017.
  • Travel is valid Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

No discount will apply to Tango bookings for travel within Canada or between Canada and the U.S.

See attached discount chart for details

 
Learn more about the transition by clicking here or read about our story in the Globe & Mail.
 
 
 
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Registration & Breakfast

Opening Remarks

Delivering on the Promis of CBME

Leveraging Technology to Support CBME

Coaching at the Bedside: Redefining Opportunities for Trainee Feedback

Faculty Development: Strategies to Prepare Faculty

Constructive Alignment in a CBME Environment

Building Capacity for Scholarship

Off-Service Residents: Challenges & Opportunities

Shifting the Assessment Culture

CBME at Queen's: Unfinished Business

Implementing CBME: Where the Self-Help Book Ends & Reality Begins

The Program Leader Perspective

Developing Academic Advisors & Competence Committees

CBME Made Ridiculously Simple: Tools to Engage Faculty & Residents

Educational Consultants: Supporting Program Development & Implementation

Building the Program Leadership

Integrating Simulation into Trainee Programs

Engaging Residents in the Transition to CBME & Beyond

The Real Work of Leading Change