Dr. Shirley Lee MD, MHSc (Ed), CCFP-EM

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Dr. Shirley Lee MD, MHSc (Ed), CCFP-EM

MD, CCFP-EM, MHSc(Ed), FCFP

Shirley Lee

Biography

Medical School (graduation year)

  • Western University 1992

Residency

  • University of Ottawa – Family Medicine/Emergency Medicine 1992-1995

Other degrees

  • University of Toronto - Masters in Health Science (Education) 2000

Personal Interests

  • Cycling
  • Photography
  • Foodie enthusiast
  • Physician wellness and mindfulness practice

Publications

  • Dev SP, Stefan RA, Saun T, Lee S. Videos in clinical medicine. Insertion of an intraosseous needle in adults. N Engl J Med. 2014 Jun 12;370(24):e35. Available from: http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMvcm1211371. Coauthor or Collaborator.
  • Lacasse M, Théorêt J, Skalenda P, Lee S. Challenging learning situations in medical education: Innovative and structured tools for assessment, educational diagnosis, and intervention. Part 2: objective examination, assessment, and plan. Canadian Family Physician. 2012 Jul;58(7):802-803. Coauthor or Collaborator.
  • Lacasse M, Théorêt J, Skalenda P, Lee S. Challenging learning situations in medical education: Innovative and structured tools for assessment, educational diagnosis, and intervention. Part 1: history or data gathering. Canadian Family Physician. 2012 Apr;58(4):481-484. Coauthorthor or Collaborator.
  • Lacasse M, Lee S, Ghavam-Rassoul A, Batty H. Integrating Teaching into the Busy Resident Schedule: A Learner-Centered Approach to Raise Efficiency (L-CARE) in Clinical Teaching. Medical Teacher. 2008, Accepted: Web-based publication (Manuscript ID: CMTE-2008-0219.R1).
  • Chenkin J, Lee S, Huynh T, Bandiera G. Procedures Can Be Learned on the Web: A Randomized Study of Ultrasound-guided Vascular Access Training. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2008: 15:949-954.
  • Penciner R1, Siddiqui S, Lee S. Emergency medicine clerkship encounter and procedure logging using handheld computers. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2007 Aug;14(8):727-31. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17601997. Coauthor or Collaborator.
  • Bandiera G, Lee S, Foote J. Faculty Perceptions and Practice Impact of a Faculty Development Workshop on Emergency Medicine Teaching. Can J Emerg Med. 2005;7(5):321-7.
  • Thurgur L, Bandiera GW, Lee S, Tiberius R. What do Emergency Medicine learners want from their teachers? A multicentre focus group analysis. Acad Emerg Med. 2005:856-861.
  • Kirpalani A, Khalili K, Lee S, Haider MA. Utilization and Outcomes of Unenhanced Helical CT for Emergency Investigation of Renal Colic:  A Comparison of 1998 and 2002. Radiology. 2005:236:554-558.
  • Bandiera GW, Lee S, Tiberius R. Creating effective learning in today’s emergency departments: How accomplished teachers get it done. Ann Emerg. Med. 2005:45:3:253-261.
  • Bandiera GW, Lee S, Tiberius R. Effective Emergency Department Teaching: How the Experts get it done. Clinical and Investigative Medicine. 2004;27 (4) ; 202.
  • Bandiera GW, Thurgur L, Lee S, Tiberius R. What Emergency Medicine learners wish their teachers knew. Clinical and Investigative Medicine. 2004:27 (4): 201.

Book Chapters

  • Bandiera G, Lee S. “Strategies for Effective Clinical Emergency Department Teaching”. Practical Teaching in Emergency Medicine, Editors: R. Rogers et al. British Medical Journal Books. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2009 (ISBN 978-1-4051-7622-4).
  • Lee, S. “Nephritic Syndrome”. The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, Editors: Rosen, Barkin, Hayden, Schaider, and Wolfe, 1st and 2nd edition, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1998 and 2003.
  • Lee, S. “Nephrotic Syndrome”. The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, Editors: Rosen, Barkin, Hayden, Schaider, and Wolfe, 1st and 2nd edition, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1998 and 2003.
  • Lee, S. “Glomerulonephritis”. The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, Editors: Rosen, Barkin, Hayden, Schaider, and Wolfe, 1st and 2nd edition, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1998 and 2003.

Manuals

  • E.D. STAT! Emergency Department Strategies for Teaching Any Time. Teaching Manual, Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, Ottawa, Ontario, 2005. Contributing Editor and Co-Principal Author.
  • 5th Edition - Clinical Examination Handbook – Emergency Medicine Section. Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto 2005. Clinical Advisor.
  • Lee S. Emergency Medicine Clerkship Manual for Year IV Clerks. University of Toronto Press, Editions: 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004. Senior Responsible Author and Editor.

Awards

  • 2016 Anderson Award in Program Innovation and Development, University of Toronto (SEME Program)
  • 2015 Helen P. Batty Award - Innovation in Program Development and Design, Co-Director and Instructor, Interprofessional Applied Practical Teaching and Learning in the Health Professions (INTAPT) course, Dept of Family & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • 2014 Excellence in Course/Program Development and Coordination, SEME Program, Dept of Family & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • 2013 Inaugural Dr. Richard Kohn Memorial Award for Mentorship in Emergency Medicine, Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, Canada
  • 2013 Certificate of Merit Award, Faculty of Medicine, Canadian Association of Medical Education, Canada. (Specialty: Emergency Medicine)
  • 2010 Helen P. Batty Award - Innovation in Program Development and Design, Program development and workshop facilitator, The Basics Course, Dept of Family & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • 2010 W.T. Aikins Award (Small group teaching), Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • 2005 Recipient, Wightman-Berris Academy - Anderson Award in Education Administration, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • 2004 Emergency Medicine Undergraduate Teaching Award, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • 2001 - 2002 Emergency Medicine Postgraduate Teaching Award, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Fields of Interest

  • curriculum development
  • e-learning
  • knowledge translation tools
  • assessment and evaluation
  • Simulation
  • Patient Safety
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