Events: Innovations, Research, and Writing Field Notes with Finger Paints!

The UBC Family Practice Residency Program has quite a bit going on in May! See below to register for our upcoming events!

Faculty Development Dinner: Innovations in Patient-Centred Medical Education
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 from 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. (Dinner served at 5:30 p.m.)
Location: Abbotsford Division of Family Practice
Facilitator: Jacqueline P. Ashby, Ed.D.
This faculty development dinner focuses on the ideas, discussions, and material disseminated from the Stanford Medicine X/Ed conference. We’ll engage in topics such as the gaps in medical education, instructional technologies, engagement learning design, and patient-centred outcomes research (PCOR). Residents are invited!
Register here: http://doodle.com/poll/78kw6h2dmagyix37

Resident Research Day
Thursday, May 25, 2017 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Location: Abbotsford Division of Family Practice
The UBC Abbotsford-Mission Family Practice Resident Research Day is a new initiative designed to disseminate and share our Residents’ research with the broader community. It also provides an opportunity for Faculty, Preceptors, Specialists, and Fraser Health members to network, collaborate, and build upon the ideas and insights emerging from our Residents’ work.
Lunch and beverages provided.
Register here: http://doodle.com/poll/4aiqsctuqaae6682
Contact: Dr. Adriaan Windt

Faculty Development Breakfast: Writing Field Notes
Friday, May 26 from 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Location: Abbotsford Division of Family Practice
Facilitator: Jacqueline P. Ashby, Ed.D.
Learn more & register here: http://doodle.com/poll/9b5fbhpycnc4c4mu
In this session, participants clarify the purpose and use of field notes, critique and rank field note samples in terms of effectiveness, and practice writing field notes to provided clinical video scenarios.

Cheers!

Study Tips

Hi! For those of you preparing for the CFPC exam, check out the 6 evidence-informed study strategies from The Learning Scientists:

1. Spaced Practice: Space out your studying over time.

2. Retrieval Practice: Practice bringing information to mind.

3. Elaboration: Explain and describe ideas with many details.

4. Interleaving: Switch between ideas while you study.

5. Concrete Examples: Use specific examples to understand abstract ideas.

6. Dual Coding: Combine words and visuals.

To download these strategies and learn more, click here!

Also, visit our Resources & Recommended Reading for additional links!

(reference via Bill Upward, UBC Teaching and Learning Strategist! Thanks Bill!)