CBME/CBD Implementation Symposium

Mar 26, 2018

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SAVE THE DATE

CBME/CBD Implementation Symposium:

What Have We Learned? Lessons & Best Practice in Building a Feedback Culture

Monday, March 26, 2018
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute

4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
(Reception to follow)

Co-hosted by Post MD Education at the University of Toronto and the Centre for Faculty Development, St. Michael’s Hospital, this symposium aims to further delve into the strides that have been made in CBME/CBD implementation in the medical education community to date.

This symposium will focus on the aspects of improving feedback processes and techniques for employing new and effective feedback practices and systems in the CBME/CBD landscape. We are delighted to welcome keynote speaker:

Dr. Joan Sargeant, Professor, Dalhousie University

“Feedback: How theory and practice impact the CBME/CBD process”

In addition to our keynote, this symposium will host various presenters and panelists who will inspire a stimulating discussion on CBME/CBD best practices for building a feedback culture.

Invitations to register will be sent out in January 2018.

We look forward to having you join us!

Location

Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
206 Victoria Street
Toronto
M5B 1T8

Contact

If you have any questions about the CBME/CBD Implementation Symposium, please contact pgme.events@utoronto.ca.
2018-03-26 04:00:00 2018-03-26 04:00:00 UTC CBME/CBD Implementation Symposium SAVE THE DATE CBME/CBD Implementation Symposium: What Have We Learned? Lessons & Best Practice in Building a Feedback Culture Monday, March 26, 2018Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.(Reception to follow) Co-hosted by Post MD Education at the University of Toronto and the Centre for Faculty Development, St. Michael’s Hospital, this symposium aims to further delve into the strides that have been made in CBME/CBD implementation in the medical education community to date. This symposium will focus on the aspects of improving feedback processes and techniques for employing new and effective feedback practices and systems in the CBME/CBD landscape. We are delighted to welcome keynote speaker: Dr. Joan Sargeant, Professor, Dalhousie University “Feedback: How theory and practice impact the CBME/CBD process” In addition to our keynote, this symposium will host various presenters and panelists who will inspire a stimulating discussion on CBME/CBD best practices for building a feedback culture. Invitations to register will be sent out in January 2018. We look forward to having you join us! 206 Victoria Street - Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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