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Health Sciences Education Round - Teaching and Evaluating Critical Thinking in Health Sciences Education

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Richardson Lab 104
88 Stuart St, Kingston, Ontario, K7L3N6, Canada
Registration for this program has closed.

 

Critical thinking is foundational to health care professionals. While different terminology may be used including clinical reasoning, problem solving, critical thinking, this concept can be found in competency frameworks across the health professions.  The Cognitive Assessment Redesign (CAR) project at Queen’s seeks to examine critical thinking and the development of critical thinking over time.  The Education Rounds will describe core concepts in teaching and evaluating of critical reasoning.  The CAR project will be introduced and discussed in relation to its application in a Critical Reasoning course in the Occupational Therapy program.

  • DATE: Friday, March 22, 2019
  • TIME: 8:00AM - 9:00AM
  • WHERE: Richardson Lab, Room 104 (88 Stuart St)
  • TOPIC:  Teaching and Evaluating Critical Thinking in Health Sciences Education
  • PRESENTER: Dr. Catherine Donnelly B.Sc.(OT), MSc, PhD
  • TYPE: Education Round

For anyone interested in joining the Health Sciences Education Rounds & Journal Clubs at Providence Care Hospital there is an opportunity to join via videoconference at PCH, D2.069

The Health Sciences Education Rounds & Journal Clubs create a forum and community to share and critically discuss current topics of interested in health sciences education & research in a multidisciplinary environment. 

The goal of the program is to provide an enriched social and learning environment for faculty engaged in health sciences education that stimulates an educational discussion.  Participants will be kept up to date on current and relevant evidence-based literature in health sciences education, which can be used to guide their educational practice.

Learning Objectives - 

By the end of the education rounds you will be able:

1. Define critical thinking.

2. Describe differences in how critical thinking or clinical reasoning is conceptualized across health professions.

3. Articulate approaches to teaching critical thinking.

4. Recognize evidence based approaches to evaluate and grade critical thinking.

5. Gain knowledge about the Cognitive Assessment Redesign project at Queen’s and tools and resources to assist in developing critical thinking as applied to a Clinical Reasoning course in the Occupational Therapy Program.

Registration for this event is preferred but not required.

Presentation

Dr. Catherine Donnelly B.Sc.(OT), MSc, PhD Associate Professor