CAME Webinars

Faculty Development and the Centre for Health Education Scholarship invite you to join us for a CAME webinar session, designed to bring practical, evidence-and experience-based advice to Canadian health educators.

The webinars are delivered by CAME and offer an exciting opportunity to engage online with an expert and with colleagues in a live discussion on a key topic in health professions education.

The overall aims of the webinar series are to enable Canadian health educators to:

  • list some contemporary challenges and solutions in health education
  • consider how these solutions may be useful in their education/teaching activities

CAME Webinar: Neither Here nor There: Thinking Critically about Technology and Distributed Medical Education

Presenter: Dr. Anna MacLeod

Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM* (includes 10 – 15 minute Q&A)

*Please note the updated time

Remote Attendance: Individuals can attend the session via their own computer. Click here to register. You may register for the event right up until the date of the event.

If you have any questions, please contact Faculty Development.

Biography

Anna MacLeod is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University. A Member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, she is known for her innovative approaches to exploring medical education. Her insights are sought by colleagues nationally and internationally, demonstrated by her visiting scholar appointments and speaking engagements. MacLeod’s award-winning contributions are enriching the discourse of medical education, incorporating critical social science perspectives and broadening theory, while making a significant practical contribution to the design and delivery of medical education locally, nationally and around the world.

Overview

The presentation will share insights from a three year ethnographic program of research investigating the complexities of teaching with technology in distributed medical education programs.

Objectives

1) Describe a program of research exploring technologies and distributed medical education.
2) Consider theoretical perspectives for studying distributed medical education.
3) Discuss practical implications for distributed medical education.