Announcing the ICRE 2022 top papers
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.