Publications - Édition de juin

Publié le mardi 23 mai 2017

Dre Michelle Chiu

  1. Chiu, M., Posner, G., & Humphrey-Murto, S. (2017). Foundational Elements of Applied Simulation Theory: Development and Implementation of a Longitudinal Simulation Educator Curriculum. Cureus, 9(1).
  2. Chiu, M., Tarshis, J., Antoniou, A., Bosma, T. L., Burjorjee, J. E., Cowie, N., ... & Fisher, R. (2016). Simulation-based assessment of anesthesiology residents’ competence: development and implementation of the Canadian National Anesthesiology Simulation Curriculum (CanNASC). Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthésie, 63(12), 1357-1363.
  3. Stodel, E. J., Wyand, A., Crooks, S., Moffett, S., Chiu, M., & Hudson, C. C. (2015). Designing and implementing a competency-based training program for anesthesiology residents at the University of Ottawa. Anesthesiology research and practice, 2015.

Dre Melissa Duffy

  1. Duffy, M. C., Lajoie, S., & Lachapelle, K. (2016). Measuring emotions in medical education: Methodological and technological advances within authentic medical learning environments. In S. Bridges, L. K. Chan, & C. E. Hmelo-Silver (Eds.) (pp. 181-213). Educational technologies in contextual learning: Research in health professions education. Switzerland: Springer.
  2. Duffy, M. C., Azevdeo, R., Sun, N., Griscom, S. E., Stead, V., Crelinsten, L., Wiseman, J., Maniatis, T, & Lachapelle, K. (2015). Team regulation in a medical emergency: An in-depth analysis of cognitive, metacognitive, and affective processes. Instructional Science, 43, 401-426.

  3. Duffy, M. C., & Azevedo, R. (2015). Motivation matters: Interactions between achievement goals and scaffolding for self-regulated learning within a multi-agent intelligent tutoring system. Computers in Human Behavior, 52, 338-348.

Dre Safaa El-Bialy

  1. El Bialy S, Ayoub AR. The trends of use of social media by medical students. Education in Medicine Journal. 2017; 9(1): 59–68.
  2. EL Bialy, S. 2016: the 3 D Printing Age and Basic Sciences Education. Education in Medicine Journal. 8(4):79-82.
  3. EL Bialy, S. Jalali A. 2015:Go Where the Students Are: A Comparison of the Use of Social Networking Sites Between Medical Students and Medical Educators. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 1(2):1-7.

Dr Chris Ramnanan:

  1. Amath A, Ambacher K, Leddy JJ, Wood TJ, and Ramnanan CJ. (2017)  Comparing alternative and traditional dissemination metrics in medical education. Med Educ, in press.
  2. Ramnanan CJ and Pound LD. (2017) Advances in medical education and practice: student perceptions of the flipped classroom. Adv Med Educ Pract 8: 63-73.
  3. Bandaeli S, Chiang A, and Ramnanan CJ. (2017) MedTalks: Developing teaching abilities and experience in undergraduate medical students. Med Educ Online 22(1): 1264149.
  4. Hughes JDM, Azzi E, Rose G, Ramnanan CJ, and Khamisa K. (2017) A survey of senior medical students’ attitudes and awareness toward teaching and participation in a formal clinical teaching elective: a Canadian perspective. Med Educ Online 22 (1): 1270022.

Dre Claire Touchie

  1.       D. Pugh, A. De Champlain, M. Gierl, H. Lai, C. Touchie. Re-conceptualizing an approach to the development of quality multiple-choice questions. Medical Teacher, 2016, Early on-line DOI: 10.3109/0142159X.2016.1150989
  2.       C. Touchie, O.T. ten Cate.  The promise, perils, problems and progress of competency-based medical education. Medical Education, 2016; 50:93-100
  3.       O.T. ten Cate, D. Hart, F. Ankel, J. Busari, R. Englander, N. Glasgow, E. Holmboe, W. Iobst, E. Lovell, L.S. Snell, C. Touchie, E. Van Melle, K. Wycliffe-Jones.  Entrustment Decision Making in Clinical Training. Academic Medicine, 2016; 91:191-198, DOI: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000001044
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