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First, Do No Harm? Reflexive Case Scenario Development

First, Do No Harm? Reflexive Case Scenario Development

This virtual community event is for CFD members to come together to during a lunch and learn to discuss emerging curiosities, questions and tensions within health professions education on the topic of the month.

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Description

While case studies can be a helpful tool for teaching and learning in health professions education, without thoughtful consideration during their development, they can be harmful for the individuals they intend to represent.

During this Membership Monday we will engage in a dialogue about the importance of representation in case studies, as well important questions to consider when developing cases to mitigate harm.

Community Details

For more information about the Membership Mondays Community, visit the community page.

To learn more about CFD membership, click here.

Presenters

Sacha Agrawal

Sacha Agrawal is the Inclusion and Co-Production Advisor at CACHE.  He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and a clinician educator at CAMH, where he is the Education Lead for the Division of Schizophrenia. He completed medical school at the University of Toronto, his psychiatry residency and Master’s degree in health research methodology at McMaster University, and a fellowship in Public Psychiatry at Yale University. He works as a community psychiatrist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, where he is a member of an assertive community treatment team.   

Farah Friesen

Farah Friesen, MI, is Manager, Research & Knowledge Mobilization at the Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare & Education (CACHE). She joined CACHE in a Research & Strategy Associate role beginning September 13, 2021, on the heels of a whirlwind (pandemic-focused) year as the Coordinator, Office of the CEO, Women's College Hospital and a prior 6.5-year tenure at the Centre for Faculty Development (CFD). At the CFD, Farah played a number of pivotal roles including as a knowledge broker, research coordinator, and program coordinator. Trained as a librarian (Master of Information), Farah has a passion for facilitating collaboration and informed decision-making through access to information and knowledge mobilization.

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Education Centre, St. Michael’s Hospital
209 Victoria Street, 4th floor

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