CHES is proud to host a monthly session of Research Rounds on the third Wednesday of each month, from 12:00-1:30 pm, with videoconference access to all distributed sites. The ongoing objective of CHES Research Rounds is to present a critical examination of current topics of interest in health professions education research. Presentations to date have attracted between 20 and 40 participants.
CHES Members have access to Research Rounds videos via the CHES membership page.
Dr. Renate Kahlke
The Social and Cultural Dimensions of Putting Knowledge into Practice
Dr. Matthew Lineberry
Digital coaching: Learner-adaptive technology to support and optimize life-long learning in healthcare
Designing for Wisdom: How doctors can be educated to have the will and the skill needed to do the right thing Dr. Kenneth E. Sharpe Print version Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Time: 12:00pm to 1:30pm (feel free to bring a bagged lunch) Locations: DHCC 2267 (host venue) IRC 305 PHRM 3321 MSB 107 RJH […]
Dr. Mark Goldszmidt Doing Research at the Intersection of Patient Care, Supervision and Teaching: Lessons learned Along the Way Print version Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Time: 12:00pm to 1:30pm (feel free to bring a bagged lunch) Locations: DHCC 2267 IRC 305 PHRM 3321 MSB 107 RJH CA 120 KGH CAC 237 NHSC 9-374 Surrey […]
Dr. Simon Albon Completing the cycle: Dissemination of educational research as a Threshold Concept in Pharmaceutical Sciences Print version Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Time: 12:00pm to 1:30pm (feel free to bring a bagged lunch) Locations: DHCC 2267 IRC 305 PHRM 3321 MSB 107 RJH CA 120 KGH CAC 237 NHSC 9-374 Surrey Central City […]
Dr. Claire Touchie
Competency-based Medical Education: Are we delivering on the promises?
Dr. Glenn Regehr
The dangerous pursuit of independence
Dr. Mercedes Chan
Down the Rabbit Hole: Exploring professional identity formation in doctors who pursue additional training
Dr. Chris Lovato
More than Doctors: How Does an Undergrad Medical Program Benefit a Community?
Dr. Nicole N. Woods
Cognition before Curriculum: Insights on basic science integration