Pre Conference Program

SATURDAY 10th MARCH 2018
Morning
9:00 - 12:00
ESME Course
(Full day + Half)
ETIME Course
(Full day)
OTTAWA PCW 1OTTAWA PCW 2OTTAWA PCW 3OTTAWA PCW 4OTTAWA PCW 5ICME PCW 1ICME PCW 2
12:00 - 13:30Lunch
Afternoon
13:30 - 16:30
ESME Course
(Continued)
ETIME Course
(Continued)
FAME Course
(Full day + Half)
OTTAWA PCW 6OTTAWA PCW 7OTTAWA PCW 8OTTAWA PCW 9OTTAWA PCW 10ICME PCW 3ICME PCW 4
SUNDAY 11th MARCH 2018
Morning
9:00 - 12:00
ESME Course
(Continued)
Educational Leadership Course (Full day)FAME Course
(Continued)
OTTAWA PCW 11OTTAWA PCW 12OTTAWA PCW 13OTTAWA PCW 14OTTAWA PCW 15ICME PCW 5ICME PCW 6ICME PCW 7
12:00 - 13:30Lunch
Afternoon
13:30 - 16:30
Educational Leadership Course ( Continued)FAME Course
(Continued)
OTTAWA PCW 16OTTAWA PCW 17OTTAWA PCW 18OTTAWA PCW 19OTTAWA PCW 20ICME PCW 8ICME PCW 9ICME PCW 10
Evening
17:00 - onwards
Opening Ceremony 17:00 - 18:00
Networking Reception 18:00 - 19:30

OTTAWA

Ottawa PCW 1 : Blueprinting Assessment

Carmel Tepper (Bond University, Australia)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 2 : Selection methods for assessing non-academic attributes in medical education

Charlotte Flaxman (Work Psychology Group, UK)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 3 : Using OSTEs (Objective structured teaching encounters) to train, develop and assess clinical teachers

David Taylor (University Of Liverpool, UK); Hossam Hamdy (Gulf Medical University, UAE)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 4 : Psychometrics for the non-Psychometrician: A Practical Perspective

John Boulet, (ECFMG, USA); Jeanne Sandella (National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, USA)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 5 : The 10 Most Avoidable Assessment Flaws

Ara Tekian (University Of Illinois At Chicago, USA); John Norcini (FAIMER, USA)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 6 : Can we ‘personalise’ large scale standardised assessment? Implementing and measuring the impact of Sequential Testing in practice

Richard Fuller, Matthew Homer (University Of Leeds, UK)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 7 : Authentic assessment of nontraditional discipline-independent (non-technical) skills in basic science curricula

Wojciech Pawlina, Nirusha Lachman, Natalie Langley (Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, USA); Darrell Evans (Monash University, Australia)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 8 : Using the Rasch model to improve assessments and investigate academic integrity issues

Deborah O’Mara, Ms Imogene Rothnie (Sydney Medical School, Australia)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 9 : Use of Generalizability Theory in Designing and Analyzing Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) and Oral Examinations

David Swanson (American Board of Medical Specialties, USA & University of Melbourne Medical School, Australia)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 10 : Development and Implementation of online assessment systems (OAS) for health professions education based on educational frameworks: practical tips for success

Vishna Devi Nadarajah (International Medical University, Malaysia); HUI MENG ER (International Medical University, Malaysia)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 11 : Using Assessment to Diagnose and Treat the Failing Clinical Student

Debra Klamen, Anna Cianciolo (Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, USA)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 12 : Strategies to use portfolios as a meaningful part of competency-based assessment across the continuum of education in the health professions: examples from the broader world of education and applications for health professions education.

Lindsey Lane, Janice Hanson (University Of Colorado, USA); Ulcca Joshi Hansen (University of Denver, USA)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 13 : Validity and Your Assessments: using a contemporary validity framework to evaluate assessments

Katharine Boursicot; (Health Professional Assessment Consultancy, Singapore); Trudie Roberts (University of Leeds, UK); Richard Fuller (Curtin University, Australia) Mabel Yap (Ministry of Health, Singapore)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 14 : The “Learning Analytics” tidal wave of process measures: What are the implications for Health Professions Assessment?

Martin Pusic (NYU School Of Medicine, USA); Stanley Hamstra (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, USA); Rodgrigo Cavalcanti (University of Toronto, Canada)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 15 : Assessing the Quality of Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: An Introduction to Psychometrics

Naveed Yousuf, Rukhsana Zuberi (Aga Khan University, Pakistan)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 16 : Programmatic Assessment in competency-based education and assessment: From Theory to Practice

Sylvia Heeneman, Marjan Govaerts, Suzanne Schut (Maastricht University, Netherlands)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 17 : Assessment of clinical reasoning: from principles to practice

Emma Willert, Harish Thampy (University Of Manchester, UK); Dr Subha Ramani (Harvard Medical School, USA)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 18 : Effective Work-based Assessment in the CBME Era: Meeting the Needs of Both Patients and Learners

Eric Holmboe (ACGME, USA)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 19 : Introduction to Progress Testing

Adrian Freeman (University Of Exeter Medical School, UK); Dr Lee Coombes, Steve Riley (University of Cardiff Medical School, UK); Warwick Bagg (University of Auckland Medical School , New Zealand); Carlos Collares (University of Maastricht Medical School, Netherlands)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

Ottawa PCW 20 : Using virtual-reality simulators to assess competence in technical skills

Lars Konge, Martin Tolsgaard, Amandus Gustafsson (Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education & Simulation (CAMES), Denmark)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME

ICME PCW 1 : Objective Structured Teaching Evaluation: A collaborative approach

Zarrin Siddiqui (University Of Western Australia, Australia); Rahila Yasmin (Riphah International University, Pakistan)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 2 : How to conduct a self-study based on standards of an accreditation system

Azim Mirzazadeh (Council for Undergraduate Medical Education, Iran); Tahereh Changiz (University of Medical Sciences, Iran); Roghayeh Gandomkar (Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran)

09:00 – 12:00, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 3 : Writing reliable Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)s, and using item analysis for post-exam analysis

Susanna Martin, Joshua Lloyd (University Of Saskatchewan, Canada)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 4 : The World Café: Transition from “Stop Talking & Get to Work” to “Start Talking & Create Together”

Ahsan Sethi (Khyber Medical University, Pakistan)

13:30 – 16:30, 10th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 5 : Best in Design and Adding Value: Applied Medical Education Research

Gabriela Berger (University Of Queensland, Australia)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 6 : Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Competencies for Medical Education and Healthcare Professions

Yawar Hayat Khan, Rahila Yasmeen (Riphah International University, Pakistan); Fadil Citaku (Academy of Leadership Sciences Switzerland, Switzerland)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 7 : How to integrate Patient Safety and Quality into Medical Curriculum

Paul Barach (Wayne State University, USA); Matiur Rahman, Zakiuddin Ahmed (Riphah International University, Pakistan)

09:00 – 12:00, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 8 : A workshop WORKSHOP: Designing, developing and conducting an effective workshop

Lamia Soghier (Children’s National Health System, USA) Beverley Robin (Rush University Children’s Hospital, USA); Jennifer Owens (George Washington University, USA)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 9 : Virtual Patient Learning (VPL): The future of Problem Based Learning (PBL)

Hossam Hamdy (Gulf Medical University UAE); Ayad Al Moslih (Qatar University, Qatar); Giulio Tavarnesi, Mr. Andrea Laus (LIFELIKE SA, Switzerland)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

ICME PCW 10 : Facilitate your students using OMP: A Time Efficient Teaching Skill

Muhammad Nadim Akbar Khan, Saadia Sultana (Riphah International University, Pakistan)

13:30 – 16:30, 11th MARCH 2018
USD 100 – ( Single ) | USD 200 – ( Package )

FAME – Fundamentals of Assessment in Medical Education

John (Jack) R. Boulet, Ph.D (Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), USA), Ann M. King, MA (Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), USA), Brownell Anderson (National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME)),  Andre De Champlain (Medical Council of Canada),  Michael Jodoin (National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME)), Ingrid Philibert (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)).

USD 700 – ( 1 full day+ 1 half day and 1 lunch session )
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ESME – Essential Skills in Medical Education

Ronald Harden (Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), UK), Pat Lilley (Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), UK)

USD 650 – ( 1 full day+ 1 half day )
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ETIME – Essential Tools in Medical Education for development and assessment of a course

Rehan Ahmed Khan (Assistant Dean RARE, Riphah International University, Pakistan), Saad Zafar (Dean Faculty of Computing, Riphah International University, Pakistan)

USD 300 – ( 1 full day )
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Leadership Course – Educational Leadership Strategies for Health Professionals in Developing Countries

Gohar Wajid, (World Health Organization, Egypt), Amanullah Khan, (Dean Faculty of Management Sciences, Riphah International University, Pakistan)

USD 300 – ( 1 full day )
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