Strategies to promote diversity: symbolic or effective? Watch this debate and other recordings from ICRE 2019

December 12, 2019 | Author: Royal College Staff

The Royal College’s 2019 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) drew more than 1,700 registrants from nearly 40 different countries to Ottawa, Canada. Participants explored diversity in residency education through workshops, plenaries and paper/poster presentations.

If you missed this year’s conference (or want to relive the excitement) you can now access the plenary recordings.

Watch the ICRE 2019 plenary recordings

Choose from among six plenary recordings

  • Deep listening: Dialogues for inclusion and transformation in health care
    Speaker: Dr. Lisa Richardson
  • Trigger warning! ‘Political correctness’, free speech, inclusion and diversity
    Speakers: Dr. Arno Kumagai, Dr. Greta McLachlan, Dr. Saleem Razack (chaired by Dr. Fiona Moss)
  • Strategies to promote diversity: Effective or just symbolic?
    Speakers: Professor Dame Jane Dacre, Dr. Maria Elizabeth Montaño Fernandez, Dr. Onye Nnorom, Dr. Shuaib Quraishi (hosted by Ms. Maxine Mawhinney)
  • SimTrek plenary – Part 1
    Speakers: Dr. Glenn Posner, Dr. Adam Garber, Dr. Jena Hall, Ms. Natalie Joy Quesnel, Ms. Natalie Kijek
  • SimTrek plenary – Part 2
    Speakers: Dr. Farhan Bhanji, Dr. Marcia Clark, Dr. Glenn Posner, Dr. Adam Garber, Ms. Natalie Kijek and Dr. Jena Hall
  • Royal College/JGME Top Research in Residency Education
    Speakers: Dr. Tanya Horsley, PhD; Dr. Rachael Pack, Dr. Ian Incoll, Mr. Stan Hamstra and Dr. Alexandre Mikhail

Catch up on social

ICRE 2019 was not only well attended in-person, but also had a strong social media presence. It garnered more than 10,000 tweets under the hashtag #ICRE2019.

Relive the great conversation through our Twitter Moments.

Get ready for ICRE 2020 in beautiful Vancouver

Get ready for ICRE 2020 in beautiful Vancouver

Mark your calendars for upcoming submission deadlines

Call for abstracts
Deadline: January 10, 2020

Call for Residency Education Awards nominations
Opens: January 2020
Deadline: April 3, 2020



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