Previous HSE Rounds

2023-2024

Dr. Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay
McGill University 

Does this evidence apply to my patients?

Prof. Ananya Banerjee
McGill University 

Embedding Anti-Racist into Medical and Health Sciences Education

2022-2023

Dr. Farhan Bhanji
McGill University
The Future of Health Professions- Should we be Rethinking What and How we Educate?

Dr. Fiona Webster
Western University 

Preparing future health care Professionals to encounter patients from marginalized groups

2021-2022

Dr. Laura Nimmon
University of British Columbia

Social Network Theory in Inter Professional Education

Dr. William Bynum
Duke University

Conscious Emotion in Medical Education

2020-2021

Dr. Reinhart Reithmeier
University of Toronto

10,000 PhD’s project at the university of toronto: using employment outcome data to inform graduate education

Dr. Anne Kinsella
Institute of Health Sciences Education
McGill University

Embodiment in the practice and education of health professionals

Dr. Lorelei Lingard
University of Western Ontario

Story, not Study: How to write manuscripts that readers can’t put down!

2019-2020

Dr. Peter Cantillon
Univeristy of Galway Ireland
Apprenticeship Learning in Clinical Teams: The Role of the Implicit Curriculum
Dr. Vicky Leblanc
University of Ottawa

Emotional is not Irrational: Rethinking the Role of Emotions in Learning and Clinical Skills

Susanne Mak, Dr. Fraser Moore; and Dr. Geoffroy Noël
McGill University

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Becoming a Health Sciences Education (HSE) Researcher

2018-2019
 

Dr. David Irby
University of California at San Francisco
Improving Learning Environments in the Health Professions
Dr. Annmarie Adams
McGill University
Looking Around: The Architecture of Medical Education
Dr. Jörg Goldhahn
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich
Digital Medicine: Impact and Consequences for Teaching and Learning

Dr. Erik Driessen
Maastricht University

Where have we failed?: A critical perspective on health professions education

2017-2018

Aliki Thomas
McGill University
Mapping Landscapes and Minding Gaps

Dr. Armand Aalamian , Dr. Evelyn Constantin
Dr. Nicole Li-Jessen, Ms. Catherine-Anne Miller
Dr. Saleem Razack

McGill University

Social Accountability as an Imperative for Health Professions Education
Dr. Christopher J. Watling
McGill University
From Orchestras to Operating Rooms: Professional Culture and Learning

2016-2017

John Launer
Health Education England

Uncertainty in Healthcare Practice: How “Not to be an Expert”
PDF icon John Launer - Uncertainty in Health Care Practice

Farhan Bhanji
McGill University
Claire Touchie
Medical Council of Canada

Competency Based Education in the Health Professions: The Future is Now!

Annette Majnemer
McGill University
The Faculty’s Education Strategic Plan: Let’s ‘C’! Connect, Collaborate, Create

2015-2016

Steven J Durning
USUHS

Using Brain Imaging to Explore Clinical Reasoning

Jeffrey Wiseman
McGill University

Serious Games in Medical Education

Valérie Dory &
Carlos Gomez-Garibello

McGill University

Work-Based Assessment: Is Competence in the Eye of the Beholder?

Rita Charon
Columbia University
Medical Centre
 

Teaching Toward Attention: The Pedagogies of Narrative Medicine

2014-2015

Ken Harris
RCPSC

Competence by Design: Reshaping Canadian Specialty Medical Education
Arno Kumagai
University of Michigan
Acts of Interpretation: The Use of Creative Arts in Health Professions Education

Raj Aggarwal
Arnold & Blema Medical
Simulation Centre

Patient Safety: What is the Role of Simulation?
Kevin Eva
Centre for Health Education
Scholarship, UBC
Using Improvisational Theatre to Improve the Effectiveness of Feedback: Why Facilitating Performance Improvement Requires Going Off Script

2013-2014

Lynn Monrouxe
Cardiff University
The Impact of Professional Culture on Becoming a Healthcare Professional - Breaking the Mould

Geoff Norman
McMaster University

The Role of Experience in Clinical Reasoning

Don Boudreau
McGill University

The Humanities in Medical Education: At the Core or at the Margins?

Charlotte Ringstead
University of Toronto

Questioning our Intuitive Assumptions through Research in Medical Education

2012-2013

Peter Nugus
McGill University

How and Where Clinicians Exercise Power: A Systems Perspective on Health Care

Stuart Lubarsky
McGill University  

Learning from the (Illness) Script: Knowledge Organization and Clinical Reasoning in Health Professions Education

Michelle Elizov
McGill University   

Mentor: From Greek Mythology to Educational Reality

2011-2012

Glenn Regehr
University of British Columbia

Self-Assessment, Self-Direction, Self-Regulation and Other Myths

Stewart Mennin
University of New Mexico

Teaching As Leadership

Peter McLeod
McGill University  

Peer Assessement of Lecturing: From Research to Practice

Meredith Young
McGill University   

Clinical Reasoning:Early Investigations into the Nature of Intuition and Expertise in Medicine

2010-2011


Kevin Souza and Marc Triola
UCSF and NYU

How Online Technologies Can Enhance Student Learning

Saleem Razack
McGill University

Navigating the Tensions between Prestige and Access in Medical School Admissions

Wendy Levinson
University of Toronto

Combining Career & Personal Life: What We Model; What We Teach

2009-2010


Hilliard Jason
University of Colorado, Denver

Recent Findings About How Our Brains Work: Four Needed Transformations of Medical Education

Ronald Epstein
University of Rochester Medical Centre, New York

Promoting Mindful Practice in Students & Residents to Improve Quality of Care

2008-2009


Brian Hodges
The Wilson Centre, University of Toronto

Between Scylla & Charybdis: Navigating the Discourses of Competence [.pdf]

Joe Martin
Harvard University, USA

The Future of Academic Medicine

Saleem Razack & France Drolet
Department of Pediatrics & Admissions Office, McGill

Show Me What You Can Do: A New Way of Selecting Medical Students [.pdf]

2007-2008


Shmuel Reis
Technion Rappaport
Faculty of Medicine,
Israel

Dilemmas in the Assessment of Moral Development in Medicine [.pdf]

Karl Moore
Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill

The Business of Health Education [.pdf]

Deborah Danoff
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Ottawa ON

Successful Grantsmanship in Medical Education [.pdf]

Susan Brien
Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Ottawa ON

Patient Safety: The Elixir of Core Competencies [.pdf]

2006-2007


Lorelei Lingard
Wilson Centre, University of Toronto

Learning to Talk the Talk: The Socialization of Novices through Case Presentations

John Norcini
Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER)

The Mini-CEX: A Method for Assessment and Feedback [.ppt]

Sarkis Meterissian
Department of Surgery, McGill

Clinical Reasoning: Can It Be Assessed? [.ppt]

2005-2006


Paul Grand'Maison
University of Sherbrooke

Medical Education in the Community: Current Trends and Challenges [.ppt]

Saleem Razack & Hema Patel
Department of Pediatrics, McGill

Innovative Ways of Teaching Core Competencies: Health Care Professionals as Communicators [.ppt] and as Managers [.ppt]

Dale Dauphinee
Medical Council of Canada

Assessment in the E-Age: Optimizing Flexibility, Patient Relevance and the Impact of Feedback [.ppt]

2004-2005


Marilyn Hammick
University of East Anglia, UK

Interprofessional Education: Evidence From the Past to Guide the Future [.ppt]

Abraham Fuks
Dean, Faculty of Medicine, McGill

Medical Education: One Physician's Perspective [.ppt]

Karen Mann
Dalhousie University

Role Modelling in Medical Education: Are We Using Its Power and Potential [.ppt]

2003-2004


Kelley Skeff
Stanford University School of Medicine

The Changing Nature of Teaching Medicine [.ppt]

Sarkis Meterissian
Department of Surgery & Cynthia Weston
Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, McGill

The Art of Teaching [.ppt]

David Irby
UCSF School of Medicine

Educational Innovations in Academic Medicine [.ppt]

2002-2003


Richard K. Reznick
Centre for Research in Education, University of Toronto

Educational Research: Challenges and Pitfalls

Rita Charon
Columbia University

Narrative Medicine: Teaching Empathy and Clinical Courage

Fred Hafferty
University of Minnesota-Duluth

The Hidden Curriculum in Medical Education

2001-2002


Cees van der Vleuten
University of Maastricht

The 'State of the Art' in Student Assessment

Linda Snell
Department of Internal Medicine, McGill

Can Technology Enhance Small Group Learning? Report on a Pilot Project

Peter McLeod
Pharmacology and Therapeutics, McGill

Which Basic Pedagogic Concepts are Important for Medical Teaching?

Michael Kearney
Visiting Professor, Dublin Ireland

Healing: Teaching and Evaluating the Indefinable

2000-2001


Linda Snell
Department of Internal Medicine, McGill

Humor in Teaching

Helen Karounis
Department of Pediatrics, McGill

The Adult Learner: A Mythical Species?

J. John Cohen
Health Science Centre, University of Colorado

Mini-Med School

 

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