Please join us for BPER Reads, our annual "Battle of the Papers" where 5 scholars in our community champion the one paper of the past academic year they feel every health professional educator must read. Starting in October you will vote every month for your favourite paper; the paper with the lowest number of votes each month will be eliminated.
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Please join us for BPER Reads, our annual "Battle of the Papers" where 5 scholars in our community champion the one paper of the past academic year they feel every health professional educator must read.
We start in October with 5 scholars in our community championing one paper of the past academic year they feel every health professional educator must read. Over the next 3 months we will eliminate 3 papers to reach our final two.
On February 13th, the final two scholars will each champion the paper they feel deserves to be read first.
To see the champions, and why they chose their selected papers, please visit: https://centreforfacdev.ca/bper-reads/.
Please register for BPER Reads to access the full papers.
Best Practices in Education Rounds (BPER) are co-hosted by the Centre for Faculty Development, The Wilson Centre and the Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare & Education.
Each BPER has been accredited for up to:
- 1 College of Family Physicians of Canada – Mainpro+ credits
- 1 Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada – Section 1 hours
Review complete accreditation details.
For more information about BPER, please click here.
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