Announcing the ICRE 2022 top papers

July 18, 2022 | Author: Royal College Staff
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We are thrilled to announce the ICRE 2022 top papers in the following categories: 

  • Royal College/JGME Top Research in Residency Education 
  • Royal College/JGME Top Resident Research 
  • Top What Works 

Royal College/JGME Top Research in Residency Education papers

Authenticity matters: Resident perspectives on EPAs and their impact on learning
Presented by: Dr. Eusang Ahn, University of Ottawa, Canada

Differential attainment at the Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) examination: A high-stakes postgraduate surgical examination 
Presented by: Mr. Ricky Ellis, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Pivoting for COVID-19: An evaluation of virtual PGME regular accreditation reviews 
Presented by: Ms. Ashley Ronson, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Presentations will take place on Saturday, October 29 at 0915 – 1030 ET. 

Royal College/JGME Top Resident Research papers

Co-constructors of meaning? On how residents and academic advisors (co-) regulate learning over time 
Presented by: Dr. Leora Branfield Day, University of Toronto, Canada  

‘The woman who has it all’: A qualitative study of motherhood in UK surgical training. 
Presented by: Dr. Rebecca Fisher, Imperial College London, United Kingdom 

Formal mentorship in surgical training: A long-term prospective interventional study 
Presented by: Dr. Sepideh Mohajeri, McMaster University, Canada 

Resident and attending physician perspectives on direct and indirect observation 
Presented by: Dr. Kathleen O’Connell, University of Ottawa, Canada 

Relationships matter: A qualitative study of medical students’ perceptions of resident feedback 
Presented by: Dr. Shannon Wong, University of British Columbia, Canada 

Presentations will take place on Friday, October 28 at 1030 – 1215 ET. 

Top What Works papers

The development of a national simulation curriculum for pediatric respirology  
Presented by: Dr. Glenda Bendiak, University of Calgary, Canada 

Scaling and spreading Quality Improvement education in the face of scarcity: Doing more with less 
Presented by: Dr. Alan Gob, Western University, Canada 

Developing a national online training curriculum for pain management and substance use disorder for postgraduate medical education  
Presented by: Dr. Lisa Graves, Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada  

Optimizing faculty teaching evaluation in Diagnostic Radiology: Toward practical, specific, and effective feedback 
Presented by: Dr. Daria Manos, Dalhousie University, Canada 

Learning in the Dark: An evidence-based podcast fostering medical expert and communicator competencies in junior radiology trainees 
Presented by: Dr. Rebecca Spouge, University of British Columbia, Canada 

Presentations will take place Friday, October 28 at 1515 1700 ET.

All top paper award recipients will be announced during the closing remarks on October 29. 
 

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