5 online workshops

Online via Zoom, 5:30pm – 7:00pm

Receive a Certificate of Completion

Obtain CME (Continuing Medical Education) Credits

Educators from all sites (IMP, NMP, SMP, and VFMP) are welcome to register.

Upcoming Sessions

Although much of the content is broadly applicable across health programs, there are segments that are contextual to the MD Undergraduate Program. Faculty members teaching in other programs and schools within the Faculty of Medicine who are interested in spite of the presence of some program-specific sections, are welcome to register. Each session is 1.5 hours and will accumulate toward a certificate of completion and Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.

  • Facilitate active learning appropriate to the learner’s stage
  • Explain current concepts underpinning active learning
  • Target teaching to the level of the learner
  • Use effective questioning to elicit clinical reasoning and/or decision making
  • Integrate learner’s educational history and goals in the educational plan
  • Describe characteristics of healthy relationships (UBC professional standards) and boundaries
  • Recognize (mis)treatment and its impact
  • Recognize a student in difficulty
  • Adequately utilize resources for student support
  • Establish conditions for effective feedback and reflection
  • Discuss tools to facilitate feedback conversations
  • Discuss approaches to provide goal-oriented feedback to build educational alliance
  • Discuss the continuum of stakes in programmatic assessment
  • Discuss principles of programmatic assessment
  • Discuss role of direct observation in assessment
  • Compare assessment in the UBC MD Undergraduate Program to approaches advocated by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and the College of Family Physicians of Canada
  • Use strategies to maximize the learning opportunities specific to the context (practice based, classroom based, self-directed learning)
  • Match content and responsibility to the level of the learner

Sessions may be recorded for quality improvement. Please contact us at vfmp.facdev@ubc.ca should you have any questions.