Virtual Clinical Medical Education Workshop #2: Learner Supervision & Assessment in Virtual Care
The COVID-19 pandemic has required a significant proportion of ambulatory medical patient encounters transition to virtual settings. These have become the de facto clinical environments where many residents now participate in care delivery.
Faculty members in the Department of Medicine are dedicated teachers who want to uphold a high standard of teaching and supervision in these new virtual clinical environments. However, many of them remain unsure about how to set up their clinics to support resident education, or how to effectively supervise one or more trainees and teach effectively while delivering care virtually.
Two 90-minute accredited interactive virtual workshops are now available to support faculty members in the Department of Medicine to address these needs.
Virtual Clinical Medical Education Workshop #2:
Learner Supervision & Assessment in Virtual Care
- Leora Branfield Day, General Internal Medicine,
- Helena Dhamko, Haematology,
- Heather MacNeill, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, &
- Rebecca Stovel, General Internal Medicine.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Recognize virtual care competencies that can be achieved by trainees and appreciate how to foster them.
- Design effective educational goals and objectives for virtual care.
- Deliver effective feedback and utilize assessment tools in virtual care environments.
This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, approved by Continuing Professional Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.
A full list of scheduled workshops is available. If you are interested but cannot attend these workshops, please email Christian Base to be placed on a waiting list for future sessions.