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Inclusions in the complex clinical/learning environment

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Richardson Lab 104
88 Stuart St, Kingston, Ontario, K7L3N6, Canada

TIME: 12:00PM - 1:00PM

WHERE: Richardson Lab, Room 104 (88 Stuart St)

Video-stream available at Providence Care Hospital: PCH D1.539F 

Listen remotely by joining this ZOOM call at the appropiate time: https://zoom.us/j/165499888

TOPIC:  Inclusions in the complex clinical/learning environment

PRESENTER: Jena Hall, MD, MEd

Dr. Jena Hall is a PGY3 resident at Queen’s University and advocates for, and works with, Queen’s PGME leadership in the co-production and implementation of competency based medical education (CBME). She has helped establish, and now co-chairs, a Queen’s CBME Resident Subcommittee; a group of CBME resident leads across the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada programs that acts as a resident voice through the transition and integration of CBME.

Not only has Dr. Hall been involved with the Queen’s PGME transition to CBME, she is also involved at an international level. This year, Dr. Hall has taken on the role of Chief Resident at ICRE. She was a co-author on ICRE workshops and abstracts, describing the important aspects of resident leadership and change management. She continues to contribute to the medical education literature, and has sought outside training to improve this skill in the form of the Clinical Investigator Program and a Masters of Education.

Dr. Hall’s frequent contributions to resident life at Queen’s, whether it be welcoming incoming residents during orientation or participating in Grand Rounds, has led her to be viewed as a strong role model for her peers. She is a passionate advocate for resident education and an excellent spokesperson for her colleagues.

TYPE: Education Round

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 - Coming Soon

Registration for this event is preferred but not required.