DIME Rounds Schedule

DIME Rounds Schedule 2016-2017

DATE  ROOM TIME Title Speaker  

14-09-2016

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

"Mind the Gap: The Prospect of Missing Data"

Meghan McConnell, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Department of Innovation in Medical Education

University of Ottawa

 

19-10-2016

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

"Emotions and regulation: How managing emotions can impact learning and performance in medical education"

Melissa Duffy, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Department of Innovation in Medical Education

University of Ottawa

 

09-11-2016

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

"Making In-Situ Simulation Scholarly" 

"Simulation-Based Assessment of Anesthesiology Residents' Competence: Development and Implementation of the Canadian National Anesthesiology Simulation Curriculum (CANNASC)" 

Dr. Glenn Posner,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Michelle Chiu,
Department of Anesthesiology

 

11-01-2017

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

To Follow

Vicki LeBlanc, Ph.D
Chair, Department of Innovation in Medical Education

Medicine & Humanities, TBD
 

 

08-02-2017

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

"The Challenges of CBME: Seeing Through the Fog" 
 

 

"Gamification in Medical Education: A Spoonful of Sugar or Chocolate Covered Broccoli?" 

Dr Claire Touchie,
Medical Council of Canada/Department of Medicine

Dr Alan McDougall, PhD
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada 

 

08-03-2017

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

To Follow

Douglas Archibald, Ph.D.
Department of Family Medicine

Dr Gary Viner 
(tentative)

 

12-04-2017

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

To Follow

Susan Lamb, Ph.D,
Hannah Chair, Department of Innovation in Medical Education

Dr Ali Jalali, Ph.D,
Division of Anatomy, Department of Innovation in Medical Education 

 

10-05-2017

RGN 2529 5:00-6:00

To Follow

Dr Susan Humphrey-Murto, Director, Research Support Unit

Dr Sylvain Boet,
Department of Anesthesiology 

14-06-2017

RGN 2529

5:00-6:00

To Follow

Tim Wood, Ph.D,
Department of Innovation in Medical Education

Simon Kitto, Ph.D,
Department of Innovation in Medical Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

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