CERI takes two research awards

Monday, November 12, 2012

The Centre for Education Research & Innovation brought home both of the research awards presented at the Association of American Medical Colleges/Research in Medical Education (AAMC/RIME) meeting in San Francisco last week.

CERI had seven researchers presenting their work at the conference: S. Cristancho, L. Diachun, M. Goldszmidt, L. Lingard, K. Myers, M. Vanstone and C. Watling.

Dr. Kathryn Myers won Best Paper for her research paper entitled: "Engaged at the Extremes: Residents' Perspectives on Clinical teaching Assessment." She co-authored the paper with Elaine Zibrowski, Manager and Research Consultant, CERI.

Dr. Mark Goldszmidt won New Investigator for his research paper entitled: "Taking A Detour: Positive and Negative Impacts of Supervisor Interruptions During Admission Case Review."
He co-authored the paper with 3rd year student Natasha Aziz under the SRTP program.

Both papers are published in the October 2012 issue of Academic Medicine. The awards recognize the sophistication, rigor and relevance of the research that Meyers and Goldszmidt are engaged in with their collaborators. Congratulations.