The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada recently announced the 2023 International Residency Education Award recipients. Dr. Brandon Tang is a recipient of the Kristin Sivertz Resident Leadership Awrard. This award is given to a resident who has demonstrated leadership in Canadian specialty education and encourages the development of future leaders in medicine.
Dr. Tang is a recent graduate of the General Internal Medicine subspecialty program at the University of Toronto. He is an academic general internist and clinician educator at the University of Toronto and a graduate student in medical education at Harvard Medical School. His impact in medical education has been recognized by the Canadian Medical Association, the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine and the Royal College.
Dr. Tang is passionate about the intersection of medical education and health innovation. During residency, he was a TEDx speaker and championed the development of Vancouver Notes, a novel medical textbook for internal medicine. He also published a landmark systematic review on clinical teaching unit design. He is an active member of the ICRE community and served three terms as an ICRE Resident Co-Chair. Currently, Dr. Tang co-leads the GEMINI MedED initiative, which aims to leverage electronic health record data for the purposes of resident feedback and assessment.
Learn more on the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada website.
Canadian Leadership Institute for Medical Education (CLIME) 1.0
The Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME) will be delivering our popular faculty development program in leadership, Canadian Leadership Institute for Medical Education (CLIME) 1.0, once again, and registration is open for two upcoming in-person deliveries. These deliveries will be taking place in Ottawa, November 13-16, 2023, and Vancouver, May 27-30, 2024. This course will be offered in English, and space is limited to 45 participants for each session.
CAME created CLIME to develop local, national & international leaders in health sciences education and is designed to meet the needs of individuals who are engaged in leading initiatives that will promote excellence, innovation, change, and scholarship in the Health Sciences. This Institute is geared towards Health Sciences educators who are in a position to implement new skills in the workplace. Teaching and learning methods will include interactive lectures, individual assignments, self-reflection, small-group sessions, teamwork, and networking opportunities. Moreover, case examples used during the program will be directly applicable to Health Professions Education.
By the end of CLIME 1.0, participants will be able to:
• identify their professional goals as leaders in the health professions and discuss ways of achieving these goals
• analyze their own leadership styles and consider how style influences practice, using different models of leadership and change
• apply a framework for analyzing change to specific situations in their own professional contexts
• master different conflict management styles and negotiation strategies
• describe an approach to establishing and leading effective teams
• define “scholarship” with respect to medical education and discuss strategies to foster scholarly work.
More information on the course is available on the CAME website.
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