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Upcoming Programs

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

40th Annual Obstetrics & Gynaecology Memorial Program
* $5 from every registration will be donated to Indigenous Women's Health. Please note: some promotional codes do not apply to this program   Revisiting the past, innovating the future. A comprehensive two-day update on Obstetrics & Gynaecology, featuring special presentation "Celebrities, Quackademics & Alternative Facts: Can We Save Science?" with guest speaker Timothy Caulfield, author of "Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?"
CBME Webinar Series "Assessment in CBME: R2C2 model – Evidence-informed assessment feedback"
Presenters: Jocelyn Lockyer and Joan Sargeant Jocelyn Lockyer, PhD, is Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Canada. Joan Sargeant, PhD, Professor and Head, Division of Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie, Canada.
Nephrology/Urology 2017
At the end of the program, participants will be able to better diagnose and manage their patients with kidney disease through an improved comprehension of the KidneyWise Clinical Toolkit and review of the most-up-to-date guidelines for diabetes melllitus, management of hematuria, proteinuria and kidney stones. Participants will also be able to describe what conservative care is and will be able to demonstrate how and when to implement it into the patient’s care.
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
33rd Annual HG Kelly Lecture
Registration is not required for this event. 4:30 pm - Reception 5:00 - 6:00 pm - Public Lecture The Queen’s University Aesculapian Medical Undergraduate Society invites you to a special presentation:  Beyond Earth – A Cautionary Tale Dr. Roberta Bondar Astronaut | Physician | Scientist | Photographer
Educating Family Physicians in Palliative Care
THIS PROGRAM IS SOLD OUT - registration is now open for the April 2018 session This course is funded by the Ministry of Health, Kingston Area Long-term Care Division. There is no registration fee, only a $100 deposit which will be returned when you complete the course. Eligibility Family physicians living within LHIN 9 and LHIN 10 are eligible to participate in the program.
Course Design in the BHSc Program
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.
CBME Conference 2017
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. 
CBME Webinar Series "Implementing the Triple C Competency-based curriculum
Presenters: Ivy Oandasan and Shelley Ross Ivy Oandasan, MD, is a Clinician-Educator/Researcher, Wilson Centre for Research in Education, University of Toronto, and Associate Director, Academic Family Medicine, College of Family Physicians of Canada. Shelley Ross, PhD, is 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.
Course Design in the BHSc Program
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.