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Best Practice in Education Rounds

Program Objective

Best Practice in Education Rounds (BPER): Integrating Stories and Science link the theory and practice of health professions education and faculty development with invited speakers from local, national and international contexts.

Program Description

Best Practice in Education Rounds (BPER) are co-hosted by the Centre for Faculty Development, The Wilson Centre and the Centre for Interprofessional Education. We leverage the expertise that exists between our Centres to facilitate a more impactful offering.

BPER provides the opportunity to share innovative and emerging ideas with a wide audience of interested health professional teachers, educators, leaders, and scholars. BPER aims to reach a diverse audience, including patient/client and family partners and a range of professional/health worker backgrounds.

Program Structure

Rounds are held monthly throughout the academic year and are offered virtually via Zoom. They are freely accessible for anyone to attend.

Contact

Lindsay Baker
Program Co-Lead
lindsay.baker@unityhealth.to

Maria Mylopoulos
Program Co-Lead
maria.mylopoulos@utoronto.ca

Stella Ng
Program Co-Lead
stella.ng@utoronto.ca

Sameena Ahmed
Education Coordinator, Curriculum and Programs
sameena.ahmed@unityhealth.to

Registration Details

Prerequisites: None

Who should register: Open to all health professions faculty and learners.

Format: Virtual

Upcoming Dates: Monthly (September – June)

Fees: Free

Register: Monthly registration required

Certificate: N/A

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Upcoming Events

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    28
    Sep
    We will explore the often disorienting landscape of virtual care, highlighting the potential of narrative to help us make sense of, reflect upon, and think critically about these new practices in the delivery of care.
    • BPER
    • Rounds
    Start 12:00 pm EDT
    End 01:00 pm EDT
    Location Online
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    6
    Oct
    This workshop will explore how situational analysis can inform needs assessment and stakeholder mapping as participants embark on the curriculum design process.
    • Stepping Stones
    • Workshop
    Start 01:00 pm EDT
    End 04:00 pm EDT
    Location Online
  • CFD13-%20CFD%20place%20holder%20-%20White.jpg
    7
    Oct
    Stella Ng and Edward Taylor will surface critical debates in research on transformative learning, and engage with our audience via moderation discussion and an open Q & A session.
    • CoFEES
    • Community
    Start 10:00 am EDT
    End 11:00 am EDT
    Location Online

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Q.I am interested in having one of your workshops offered at my home site/department. Do you offer this type of service?

A. Please contact us for further information.

Q.Is there a cost to attend your programs?

A. There is a cost to participate in some of our programs. The cost of each of our programs varies and in some cases, this relates to your status in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at University of Toronto and/or the hospital in which you work.

Q.I do not have a faculty appointment in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Can I still attend your workshops, programs and/or events? Is there a fee?

A. Anyone whose education activities include teaching, leading, scholarship and/or advocacy are welcome to attend our workshops, programs and/or events. Specific pre-requisite criteria may apply. Please refer to each workshop, program or event page for details. All fees and discounts (where applicable) can be found in the workshop, program and event pages.

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