UGE Half Day Workshop

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UGE Half Day Workshop:  “What’s New and Exciting”. Wednesday, March 27, 2019   Best Western, Lamplighter Inn 591 Wellington Road, London, Ontario Free Parking

 AGENDA 12:00-12:30 pm LUNCH 12:30-12:32 Welcome – Dr. Sreelatha Varapravan 12:32-12:40 pm Opening Remarks – Dr. Chandlee Dickey 12:40-1:10 pm Curriculum Changes in Schulich UME – Dr. Gary Tithecott 1:10-1:25 pm Meds 5207 Course: What is New and Exciting – Dr. Mohamad Elfakhani  1:25-1:40 pm  Clinical Skills Methods (PCCM) Course: What is New and Exciting – Dr. Iouri Rybak  1:40-1:55 pm Clerkship: What is New and Exciting – Dr. Vadim Beletsky  1:55-2:10 pm Specialty in UGE – Dr. Heidi Haensel and Dr. Helen Park  2:10-2:30 pm  CBME in Psychiatry Undergraduate Education: What You Need To Know – Dr. Priya Subramanian/Dr. Vadim Beletsky 2:30-2:45 pm  BREAK 2:45-3:15 pm Clerkship Changes in Schulich UME – TBD 3:15-4:00 pm  CBME in Psychiatry Undergraduate Education: What You Need To Do (Breakout Session) – Dr. Priya Subramanian 4:00-4:25 pm Student Challenges – Dr. Vadim Beletsky 4:25-4:30 pm Adjournment/Closing Remarks – Dr. Sreelatha Varapravan 4:30 pm Evaluations: Please turn in completed evaluations at the registration table  *25% of the day will be dedicated to participant interaction

Overall Learning Objectives

1. Appreciate the current and future direction of Undergraduate Medical Education in Psychiatry at Schulich.
2. Become aware of the opportunities for staff and residents to be involved in UGE and the changes in curriculum delivery and assessments in the pre-clerkship years.
3. Become familiar with the changes in teaching and assessment tools with the CBME transition in clerkship and of the resources available for students and staff during the CBME transition.
4. Recognizing student challenges and become familiar with the available resources to address them.

This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by Continuing Professional Development, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. You may claim a maximum of 3.5 hours (credits are automatically calculated).

Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent participating in the educational program.