Publications et présentations

Publications et présentations par les membres du DIE4

Dr. Timothy J. Wood

Professeur agrégé, DIEM

Publications

Dojeiji, S., Byszewski, A., Wood, T.J., Marks M. The Family Conference Rating Scale – What’s Important. Identifying the Essential Family Conference Communication and Collaboration Skills. Journal of Interprofessional Care. in press.

Gill, J., Harrison, B., Ramnanan, C.J., Wood, T.J., Jalali, A. Facebook, twitter and #Meded: Investigating social networking usage among medical students. Education in Medicine Journal. in press.

Pugh, D., Touchie, C., Humprey-Murto, S., Wood, T.J. The OSCE Progress Test – Measuring Clinical Skill Development over Residency Training. Medical Teacher. In press.

Pugh, D., Wood, T.J., Boulet, J.R. Assessing procedural competence: validity considerations. Simulation in Healthcare. In press

Monteiro, S.D., Sherbino, J.D., Ilgen, J.S., Dore, K.L., Wood, T.J., Young, M.E., Bandiera, G., Blouin, D., Gaissmaier, W., Norman, G.R., Howey, E. Disrupting diagnostic reasoning: The effect of interruptions on the diagnostic performance of residents and emergency physicians. Academic Medicine. 90:511-517, 2015

Bismil, R., Dudek, N.L., Wood, T.J.  In Training Evaluations:  Developing a quick and easy automated screening tool for measuring completed report quality. Medical Education. 48:724-732, 2014

Chan, J., Humprey-Murto, S., Pugh, D., Su, C., Wood, T.J. The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): Can Physician Examiners Participate from a Distance. Medical Education. 48:441-450, 2014

Desjardins, I., Touchie,C., Pugh, D., Wood, T.J., Humphrey-Murto, S. The Impact of Cueing on Written Examinations of Clinical Decision-Making.  Medical Education. 48:255-261, 2014

Humphrey-Murto,S., Leddy J., Wood, T.J., Puddester, D., Moineau G. Medical School Admission: Does Emotional Intelligence Predict Future Academic Performance. Academic Medicine. 89:638-643, 2014

Jalali, A., Wood, T.J. Teaching medical students social media: must or bust. Medical Education. 48:1128-1129, 2014

Norman G, Sherbino J, Dore K, Wood T.J, Young M, Gaissmaier W, Krueger S. Monteiro S. The etiology of diagnostic errors: A controlled trial of system 1 versus system 2 reasoning.  Academic Medicine. 89:277-284, 2014

Pugh, D., Touchie, C., Wood, T.J., Humphrey-Murto, S.  Progress testing: Is there a role for the OSCE? Medical Education. 48:623-631, 2014

Pugh, D., Hamstra, S., Wood, T.J., Humphrey-Murto, S., Touchie, C., Yudkowsky, R., Bordage, G. A procedural skills OSCE: assessing technical and non-technical skills of internal medicine residents. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 20:85-100, 2014

Wood, T.J. Exploring the role of first impressions in rater-based assessments. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 19:409-427, 2014.

Wood, T.J. In reply to McLaughlin. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 19, 433-434, 2014

Wood, T.J. Is it time to move beyond errors in clinical reasoning and discuss accuracy? Advances in Health Sciences Education, 19, 403-407, 2014

Présentations

Audcent, T., King, W.J., Lawrence, S., Stodel, E., Moreau, K., Wood, T., Hamstra, S., Jabbour, M. iLEARN-Peds: Enhanced Pediatrics Education Through Case-Based eLearning and Residency Program Support Expansion. Oral abstract presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Vancouver Canada, 2015

Audcent, T., King, W.J., Lawrence, S., Stodel, E.J., Moreau, K., Wood, T., Hamstra, S., & Jabbour, M. iLEARN-Peds: Using case-based eLearning to optimize pediatric resident education and support program expansion. Poster presentation at the Canadian Paediatric Society 92nd Annual Conference: Toronto, Canada, 2015

Humphrey-Murto, S. Ufholz, L.A., Gonsalves, C., Varpio, L., Foth, T., Falconer, M., Wood, T.J. The Use of Consensus Group Methods in Medical Education Research. Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2015

Jalali, A., Wood, T. The Implementation of a Case-Based Session to Teach Medical Students About Social Media Tools. Oral abstract presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Vancouver Canada, 2015

Rekman, J., Gofton, W., Dudek, N., Hamstra, S., Seabrook, C., Wood, T., Balaa, F., Brandys, T. Development of the Ottawa Clinic Assessment Tool. Oral abstract presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Vancouver Canada, 2015

Rekman, J., Hamstra, S.J., Dudek, N., Seabrook, C., Wood, T.J., Gofton, W. Development of the Ottawa Clinic Assessment Tool (OCAT). Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2015

Rousseau, M., Wood, T.J., Touchie, C. Overcoming the Barriers to Bedside Teaching: more than just curriculum design. Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2015

Voduc, N.,  Dudek, N., Wood, T.J. Validation of a New Bronchoscopy Assessment Tool in a Clinical Setting. Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2015

Wood, T.J., Chan, J., Humphrey-Murto, S., Pugh, D., Touchie, C. Are First Impressions Predictive of Ratings on an OSCE Station. Oral abstract presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Vancouver Canada, 2015

Wood, T.J., Chan, J., Humphrey-Murto, S., Pugh, D., Touchie, C. Are First Impressions Predictive of Ratings on an OSCE Station. Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2015

Archibald, D., Eyre, A., Szczepanick, D., Laroche, L., Dahrouge, S., & Wood, T.J. The Impact of Cultural Differences on Family Medicine Residency Education: Validating a new assessment instrument. Oral abstract presented at the Family Medicine Forum, Research Day:  Quebec City, Canada, 2014

Audcent, T., King, W.J., Lawrence, S., Stodel, E.J., Moreau, K., Wood, T., Hamstra, S., & Jabbour, M. iLEARN-Peds: Using case-based eLearning to optimize pediatric resident education and support program expansion. Poster presentation at the AAMC Annual Medical Education Meeting: Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2014

Bismil, R., Dudek, N., Wood, T. J. In-training evaluations: Developing an automated screening tool to measure report quality.  Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Bismil, R., Dudek, N., Wood, T.J. In-training evaluations: Developing an automated screening tool to measure report quality.  Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Byszewski, A., Lochnan, H., Wood, T. J., Johnson D. The resident experience and the hidden curriculum: the learning environment for professionalism (LEP) survey.  Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Byszewski, A., Lochnan, H., Wood, T.J., Johnson D. The learning environment for professionalism (LEP) survey: Voices from the postgraduate world.  Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Dojeiji, S., Byszewski, A., Wood, T.J., Marks, M. The family conference rating scale: Delineating the essential family conference communication and collaboration skills for health care professionals. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: St. John’s, Canada, 2014

Halman, S., Dudek, N., Wood, T.J., Pugh, D., Touchie, C., Humphrey-Murto, S. DOCS (Direct Observation of Clinical Skills) feedback scale: Validation. Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Humphrey-Murto, S., Ufholz, L.A., Gonsalves, C., Lynch, S., Wood, T. J. The use of consensus group methods in medical education research. Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Jalali, A., Wood, T. J.  Twitter and medical education conference: Educational tool or a white noise background channel? Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Pugh, D., Touchie, C., Humphrey-Murto, S., Wood, T. J. Can OSCE be used as a progress test? Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

MacEwen, M., Gofton, W., Dudek, N., Wood T. J. Continued validation of the O-Score (Ottawa Competency Operating Room Evaluation): Use in the simulated environment. Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

MacEwen, M., Gofton, W., Dudek, N., Wood T.J. Continued validation of the O-Score (Ottawa Competency Operating Room Evaluation): Use in the simulated environment. Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Mihok, M., Pugh, D., Touchie, C., Wood T. J., Halman, S., Humphrey-Murto, S. Feedback in the OSCE, do examinees remember? Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Monteiro, S., Sherbino, J., Dore, K., Wood, T. J., Young, M., Ilgen, J. Disrupting diagnostic reasoning: the effect of interruptions on the diagnostic performance of residents and emergency physicians. Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Pugh, D., Touchie, C., Humphrey-Murto S., Wood, T.J. Can OSCE be used as a progress test? Oral abstract presented to the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) Medical Education Day: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Voduc, N., Dudek, N., Wood, T. J. Validation of a new bronchoscopy assessment tool in a clinical setting. Poster presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

Ying, Y., Wood, T. J. Does a review course improve performance on structured oral examinations? Oral abstract presented at the 16th Ottawa Conference on Medical Education/Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Ottawa, Canada, 2014

 Dr. Christopher Ramnanan

 Professeur adjoint, DIEM

 Publications

 Whelan A*, Leddy JJ, Mindra S*, Hughes JDM*, El-Bialy S, and Ramnanan CJ. Student Perceptions of Independent Versus Facilitated Small Group Learning Approaches to Compressed Medical Anatomy Education. Anat Sci Educ, in press. 2015

Chang Y* and Ramnanan CJ. Medical Students and Scholarly Research: Experiences, Attitudes, and Outcomes. Acad Med, in press. 2015

Azzi A, Ramnanan CJ, Smith J, Dionne E, and Jalali A. To quiz or not to quiz: Formative tests help detect students at risk of failing clinical anatomy course. Anat Sci Educ, in press. 2015

McCullough B*, Marton GE*, and Ramnanan CJ. "How can clinician-educator training programs be optimized to match clinician motivations and concerns?" Adv Med Educ Pract, 6: 45-54. 2015

Marton GE*, McCullough B*, and Ramnanan CJ. A Review of Teaching Skills Development Programs for Medical Students. Med Educ, 49 (2): 149-160. 2015

Gill J, Harrison B, Wood TJ, Ramnanan CJ, and Jalali A. Investigating the use of social networking tools among medical students. Educ Med J, 6(4). 2014

Ramnanan CJ, Adamczyk A*, Martel AB*, and Stokl A*. Minding the Gap: Student-led, surgically-oriented anatomy electives. Med Educ, 48 (11), 1108-1109. 2014

Coate KC, Kraft G, Moore MC, Smith MS, Ramnanan C, Irimia JM, Roach PJ, Farmer B, Neal DW, Williams P, Cherrington AD. Hepatic glucose uptake and disposition during short-term high-fat vs. high-fructose feeding. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 307(2):E151-60. 2014

Ramnanan CJ, Whelan A*, and Leddy JJ. Impact of different team-based learning approaches to compressed medical anatomy education. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Vancouver, BC [Oral] Med Educ 49 (S1): 59. 2015

Whelan A*, Leddy JJ, and Ramnanan CJ. Effects of elective dissection participation in a compressed, prosection-based anatomy program. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Vancouver, BC [Oral] Med Educ 49 (S1): 59-60. 2015

Ramnanan CJ, Whelan A*, and Leddy JJ. Impact of Different Small Student Group Learning Approaches to Compressed Medical Anatomy Education. American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting, Boston, MA [Oral], FASEB J 29 (Supp. 1): 205.1. 2015

Whelan A*, Leddy JJ, and Ramnanan CJ. (2015). Benefits of Extracurricular Participation in Dissection in a Prosection-Based Medical Anatomy Program. American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting, Boston, MA [Oral], FASEB J 29 (Supp. 1): 548.3. 2015

Zeroual M and Ramnanan CJ.A Surgically Relevant Celiac Trunk Variant featuring Retro-portal Blood Supply to the Gallbladder and the Right Lobe of the Liver. American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting, Boston, MA [Poster], FASEB J 29 (Supp. 1): 864.4. 2015

Chang Y* and Ramnanan CJ. Medical Student Perceptions of and Productivity in Scholarly Research. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Ottawa, ON [Poster], Med Educ 48 (S1). 2015

McCullough B*, Marton GE*, and Ramnanan CJ. How can clinician-educator training programs be optimized to match clinician motivations and concerns? Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Ottawa, ON [Oral], Med Educ 48 (S1): 11.2014

 Marton G*, McCullough B*, and Ramnanan CJ. Review of Programs Designed to Develop Teaching Skills in Medical Students. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Ottawa, ON [Oral] Med Educ 48 (S1): 55. 2014

 Chang Y*, Marton GE*, McCullough B* and Ramnanan CJ. Comparing Medical Student Summer Research Programs in Medical Education and ‘Traditional’ Research. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Ottawa, ON [Oral], Med Educ 48 (S1): 19. 2014

Dre. Susan Humphrey-Murto

Professeure agrégée, DOM

 Publications

Debra Pugh, Claire Touchie, Susan Humphrey-Murto, Timothy J. Wood. The OSCE Progress Test – Measuring Clinical Skill Development over Residency Training. Medical Teacher. 2015,

D. Pugh, S. Hamstra, TJ Wood, S Humphrey-Murto, C. Touchie, R. Yudkowsky, G. Bordage. A procedural Skills OSCE: assessing technical and non-technical skills in internal medicine residents. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 20 (1): 85-100. 2015

Jean-Philippe Vaccani, Hedyeh Javidnia, Susan Humphrey-Murto. The Effectiveness of Webcast Compared to Didactic Lectures as a Teaching Tool In Medical School. Medical Teacher. Oct 13: 1-5. 2014

Lara Varpio, Erin Bidlake, Lynn Casimiro, Pippa Hall, Craig Kuziemsky, Susan Brajtman, Susan Humphrey-Murto. Resident Experiences of Informal Interprofessional Education: Who, How Often, What and How? Medical Education. 48: 1220-34. 2014.

D. Pugh, C. Touchie, Tim Wood, S. Humphrey-Murto. Progress Testing-Is there a Role for the OSCE? Medical Education. 48 (6): 623-31. 2014.

James Chan, Susan Humphrey-Murto, Dr. Debra Pugh, Dr. Charles Su, Dr. Timothy J. Wood. The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): Can Physician Examiners Participate from a Distance? Medical Education. 48(4): 441-50. 2014

Isabelle Desjardins, Claire Touchie, Debra Pugh, Timothy J. Wood and  Susan Humphrey-Murto. Why didn’t I think of that? - The Impact of Cueing on Written Examinations of Clinical Decision-Making Knowledge. Medical Education. 48(3): 255-61. 2014.

Susan Humphrey-Murto, John Leddy, Timothy J. Wood, Derek Puddester, Genevieve Moineau. Medical School Admission: Does Emotional Intelligence Predict Future Academic Performance? Academic Medicine. 89 (4): 638-43. 2014

Lara Varpio, Erin Bidlake, Sue Humphrey-Murto, Stephanie Sutherland, Stanley Hamstra. Key Considerations for the Continuing Development and Success of Medical Education Research and Innovation Units in Canada. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract. 19(3): 361-77. 2014 

 

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