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Title: Learning from each other, building collective minds, and other behaviors exhibited by highly effective clinical teams: Implications for CPD
Presenter: John Parboosingh, MB FRCSC
Facilitator: Curt Olson, PhD
Journal articles in support of this premise will be reviewed at the Journal Club.
Participants will be invited to discuss the statement that “conversations between networked professionals are essential components of the learning process (Pedagogy) and should receive more attention in CME/CPD sessions.
Articles to be Reviewed:
Suchman, A. Organizations as machines, organizations as conversations: Two core metaphors and their consequences. Med Care 2011;49: S43–S48
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Jordan ME, Lanham HJ, Crabtree BF, et al. The role of conversation in health care interventions: Enabling sensemaking and learning. Implement Sci. 2009:4:1-15.
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Additional Suggested Readings:
Gabbay J, le May A. Evidence based guidelines or collectively constructed “mindlines”? Ethnographic study of knowledge management in primary care. BMJ. 2004;29(7473):1013-1018.
Hess, D et al: Enhancing engagement in practice improvement: A conceptual framework .Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2015; 35(1): 71–79.
Abbey N. Developing 21st Century Teaching and Learning: Dialogic Literacy. Johns Hopkins School of Education.2008.
Margolis A, Parboosingh J. Networked Learning and Network Science: Potential Applications to Health Professionals' Continuing Education and Development. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions: Summer 2015 - Volume 35 - Issue 3 - p 211–219.
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