Announcing the ICRE 2020: Top papers

September 17, 2020 | Author: Royal College Staff

Presenter standing at lectern at 2019 conferenceWe are thrilled to announce the ICRE 2020 top papers in the following categories:

  • Royal College/JGME Top Research
  • Royal College/JGME Top Resident Research
  • Royal College/JGME Top Quality Improvement (QI)
  • What Works

All top papers will be presented over the coming months during the ICRE kickoff and serialized content. Details on papers, presenters and presentation timing is outlined below.

Royal College/JGME Top Research Papers

  • Exploring how #WomenInMedicine use Twitter to identify and address workplace discrimination
    Presented by: Kori LaDonna, Department of Innovation in Medical Education, University of Ottawa, Canada
  • In-Training Assessments for Australian Orthopaedic Residents: Gender Differences.
    Presented by: Ian Incoll, Australian Orthpaedic Association, Australia
  • Discordance Between Competency-Based Assessment Using a Global Versus Reductionist Approach for Medical Students
    Presented by: Holly Caretta-Weyer, Stanford University School of Medicine, United States of America

Presentations will take place on September 25, 2020 at 1315 ET

Royal College/JGME Top Resident Research Papers

  • Divergent Experiences: An analysis of Gender Differences in Feedback during EPAs Internal Medicine
    Presented by: Maxime Billick, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada
  • How does patient inclusion in the medical learning environment affect medical education and patient care?
    Presented by: Meredith Li, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Better than nothing: Study Guilt and the use of Internal Medicine podcasts in early-years residency
    Presented by: Catherine Leurer, University of Toronto, Department of Internal Medicine, Canada
  • Understanding Physician Discharge Practices in Ambulatory Internal Medicine – An Educational Framework
    Presented by: Sheliza Halani, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Operating room learning environment in Canada: Perception of surgical residents
    Presented by: Lucy Luo, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, McGill University Health Centre, Canada

Presentations will take place on September 25, 2020 at 1435 ET.

Royal College/JGME Top Quality Improvement (QI)

  • Evaluation of Internal Medicine Residents’ Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes related to Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Education: Informing a Curriculum and Competency Based Assessment
    Presented by: Sara Awad, Queen’s University, Canada
  • High-value, cost-conscious care attitudes in the graduate medical education learning environment: A variation of views that residents misjudge
    Presented by: Serge Mordang, Maastricht University, Netherlands
  • Curriculum needs for teaching Quality Improvement and Patient Safety to residents
    Presented by: Theresa Beesley, McGill University, Canada
  • Weighed and found wanting: An assessment of inpatient electronic sign-out list quality
    Presented by: Peter Farag, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Quality improvement and patient safety: development and implementation of a postgraduate medical education (PGME)-wide initiative
    Presented by: David Bowes, Dalhousie University, Canada
  • A wealth of opportunities: an ethnographic study on learning to deliver high-value, cost-conscious care
    Presented by: Lorette Stammen, Maastricht University, Netherlands
  • Are residents practising safe medical care: a retrospective analysis of civil legal cases
    Presented by: Allan McDougall, The Canadian Medical Protective Association, Canada
  • In Situ Simulation on the Medicine Wards- An interprofessional approach to teach patient safety in the clinical environment
    Presented by: Abdulrhman Abulaban, McMaster University, Canada

Presentations will take place over three sessions:

  • Part 1 – October 27 at 1100 ET
  • Part 2 – November 18 at 1100 ET

Top What Works Papers

  • Development of an educational tool for residents to promote an understanding of Assisted Decision-Making (ADM) to implement into their care planning with older people
    Presented by: Ann O’Shaughnessy, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Ireland
  • House Calls: Strengthening Communities of Practice in Faculty Development in Distributive Medical Education
    Presented by: Catherine X. Tong, McMaster University, Canada
  • We Got Engaged! A Faculty Support Bundle to Increase Engagement in Simulation Teaching
    Presented by: Chris Merritt, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, United States of America
  • Validity of an MMI station to predict feedback-seeking behaviours in pediatrics residency candidates
    Presented by: Quang Ngo, McMaster University, Canada
  • Medically Centered Creative Writing Workshop: A Prospective Cohort Study
    Presented by: Kacper Niburski, McGill University, Canada

Presentations will take place over two sessions:

  • Part 1 – January 13 at 1100 ET
  • Part 2 – February 23 at 1100 ET