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Social and structural factors influencing the meaningful and inclusive involvement of people with lived experience (PWLE) in CPD
Thursday, September 28, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Central Time
Free for SACME Members / $30 Non-Members
In this journal club we will explore how equitably partnerships among different groups, such as patients, healthcare providers and researchers can enhance and create innovative CPD opportunities. There will be opportunities to discuss how to work with integrity and empathy all while meeting the expectations within our current health professional environment.
Led by our presenter and author(s) of the article we have suggested for pre-reading, we will explore strategies and concepts, like reflexivity and positionality as mechanisms for including people with lived experience in CPD initiatives.
Join us for an interesting and important session that is designed for anyone who is interested or curious about working equitably with patients and/or families to co-create CPD initiatives. We are welcoming your thoughts and perspectives.
Sophie Soklaridis, PhD
Senior Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and
Department of Family & Community Medicine,
Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Scientist, Wilson Centre for Research in Education
Vice-Chair, Mental Health Equity and EDIIA, Department of Psychiatry, Temerty Faculty of Medicine
Host & Facilitator
Mila Kostic, CHCP, FACEHP
Primary References and Pre-Reading
Harris, H., Clarkin, C., Rovet, J., Crawford, A., Johnson, A., Kirvan, A., Gruszecki, S., Wang, S., & Soklaridis, S. (June 2023). Meaningful Engagement through Critical Reflexivity: Engaging People with Lived Experience in Continuing Mental Health Professional Development. Health Expectations. 1-6. doi:10.1111/hex.13798
Raising the Bar on the Quality of Teaching: Focus on the Educator
Thursday, October 26th from 12:00PM - 1:00PM Central Time
Workshop Registration Fee is free for all SACME Members
Workshop Registration Fee is $30 for Non-SACME Members
Nels L. Carlson, MD, Associate Dean, Continuing Professional Development, Oregon Health & Science University
In this one-hour webinar, examples will be provided of faculty development activities that represent collaborations between CPD and other offices (GME, UME, Faculty Development) within the organization or that are integrated into CPD offices. Discussion will include how these collaborations and activities engage, develop, and/or recognize the educator.
Wednesday, December 6th from 11:00am-12:00pm Central Time
Workshop Registraton Fee is free for all SACME Members
Jane Tipping, MADEd, MCC, Educational Consultant
(University of Toronto)
The demands of the academic milieu reach far beyond the practice of clinical medicine. Academic physicians assume responsibility for educating the physicians and specialists needed for sustainability of the healthcare system, all while working hard to fulfil their own clinical and scholarly goals. As COVID has underscored, complexities and uncertainties within healthcare challenge the academic setting as being simultaneously a place of learning and a place of work. Coaching as an antidote can function as a partnership to foster resilience, navigate relationships, and support the achievement of personal and professional goals. Coaching within the health professions has picked up "traction" in recent years and yet a lack of clarity as to what it is, the role it can play and how it can be effectively integrated still exists. This 60-minute presentation aims to bring that clarity.
Promoting Competencies for CPD Providers
Monday, February 12 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time
CPD providers play a crucial role in developing and delivering impactful CPD activities. To achieve this, they require specialized knowledge and skills to design, develop, and implement CPD programs. Through interactive discussions and shared experiences, participants of this 60-minute workshop will gain insights into core CPD provider competencies to promote effective programming.
Using the Clinician Educator Milestones to Generate Lifelong Learning
Tuesday, April 16th from 12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time
Gary Smith, PhD, University of New Mexico, School of Medicine, Continuous Professional Learning
The Clinician Educator Milestones (ACGME-ACCME-AAMC-AACOM, 2022) are a framework for medical school faculty to self-direct and self-assess learning and growth. In this interactive sixty-minute session, guided small and large-group discussions will explore how these competencies and milestones are and can be supported by CPD programs including the potential for collaborations with other institutional professional development offices (for example, faculty development, faculty affairs, wellness, DEI).
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