The International Clinician Educators blog achieved a milestone this week. It’s not big enough (obviously) to register on this timeline of SoMe. However, we did manage to pass the 2k subscriber mark. The editorial board […]
By Daniel Cabrera (@CabreraERDR) The concept of complexity, particularly complex adaptive systems, have taken over the discussion in many areas of our society, from social networks, to management theory to education; even this blog has discussed […]
#KeyLIMEPodcast 79: Why do assessors fail to agree when observing learners?
The Key Literature in Medical Education paper this week captures one of the biggest debates (maybe the wrong term, discussion? point of uncertainty? area of research?) in the assessment literature – what is the source […]
ICE Book Review – Change by Design
( Don’t forget to check out the growing CE library. Previous reviews can be found here. Or check out the winner of the “CE Reads” contest here. Or find must reads for CEs here. – Jonathan […]
A day in the Life of a CE: Ming-Ka Chan
By: Jamiu Busari (@jobusar) Ming-Ka Chan (@MKChan_RCPSC) Associate Professor Director, Education and Faculty Development, Dept of Pediatrics & Child Health Assistant Program Director, International Medical Graduate program, University of Manitoba Clinician Educator, CanMEDS and Faculty Development, Royal […]