Celebrating top placements by the International Conference on residency Education
Schulich Medicine announced as placing in the top five for abstracts and top five for research papers by the 2014 International Conference on residency Education
Each year, the International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) receives abstract submissions that provide a forum for those who use systematic, scholarly methods to evaluate educational programs, identify new phenomena, define aspects of training and assess competence.
Together the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada have announced that after two rounds of peer-review, the JGME/Royal College Top Three Research Papers, and the JGME/Royal College Top Five Resident Papers have been selected.
Lorelei Lingard’s, PhD, Centre for Education Research & Innovation, Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, co-authored research paper: Reading between the lines: Understanding how faculty interpret language cues to reliably rank trainees using narrative comments, finished in the JGME/Royal College Top Three Research Papers.
Dr. Taryn Taylor, Centre for Education Research & Innovation, Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, and Lorelei Lingard, PhD, were selected as a top five resident research papers for their work: Is not sleeping okay? A grounded theory study of residents’ decision-making regarding how to spend their off-duty time.
In addition to unveiling the top five resident research papers, the ICRE also revealed the top five What Works abstracts. The CanMEDS What Works track offers a platform for sharing best practices on how medical educators, residents and Fellows can teach and assess CanMEDS physician competencies.
Joan Binnendyk’s abstract “CanMEDS in context: Engaging residents in a transition to residency program” finished in the top five at the ICRE.
Congratulations to Lorelei Lingard, Dr. Taryn Taylor, and Joan Binnendyk.