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. 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
Dr. Paris-Ann Ingledew
Navigating the Internet to Improve Patient and Physician Collaboration
Dr. John Norcini
The case for national assessment programs: A relationship with quality of care
Dr. Laura Nimmon
Destigmatizing the Taboo of Power in Medical Education: Insights from Empirical Investigations across Sociocultural Contexts
Dr. Andrea Gingerich
Violated assumptions: A story of trusting conflicting assessment judgments
Dr. Peter Nugus
Title – Making work-based learning visible: Challenges and opportunities of ethnography in health professions education
Dr. Cary Cuncic
Title – How continuity relationships between preceptors and students enhance student learning and growth: Lessons from preceptors in a longitudinal integrated clerkship