Hot Topics in Health Professions Education

A seminar series for educational leaders and those who teach, Hot Topics in Health Professions Education sessions were designed to provide attendees educational foundations in: pedagogical evidence, areas of controversy, and emerging ideas in health professions education.

Please note this seminar series is now on hiatus for 2020. However, recordings of the previous presentations listed below can be accessed by CHES Members via the Members’ Resources area.

Date Speaker Topic/Title
November 26, 2019 Ian Scott The Science of Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age: Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants, Digital Refugees
September 24, 2019 Deborah Butler Why do we Teach like we Teach? Revealing Learning Theories at Work
May 28, 2019 Ian Scott Clinical Decision Making: Turning the Illogical to the Logical (or the Logical to…)
February 26, 2019 Kevin Eva Improvisational Theatre: Why Facilitating Performance Improvement Through Feedback Requires Going Off Script
January 22, 2019 Cheryl Holmes Reflecting on What? The Difficulty of Noticing Formative Experiences in the Moment
November 27, 2018 Sandra Jarvis-Selinger, Maria Hubinette & Kimberley MacNeil We are who we are: So who are we? Musings on professional identity formation
September 25, 2018 Glenn Regehr Failure to Fail: Exploring the Complexities of Clinical Assessment
May 22, 2018 Ian Scott Should we be Flipping Over the Flipped Classroom?
March 6, 2018 Ian Scott & Kevin Eva What’s Hot Enough to be a Hot Topic?