Education Scholarship Committee

The Education Scholarship Committee’s objectives are to:

  • Support teaching programs and directors in the education of medical students, EM residents, off-service residents, EM fellows, faculty physicians, community physicians, and allied health professionals
  • Support specific EM educational programs, e.g. ultrasound, simulation
  • Promote scholarship of educational innovations through evaluation and dissemination
  • Promote the training and development of education scholars
  • Promote the development of clinician teachers amongst emergency physicians and residents
  • Conduct yearly consensus conferences in association with the annual CAEP Scientific Conference to foster various aspects of education, research, and leadership

Committee Members

Rob Woods
MD MMEd FRCPC
Chair
Saskatoon, SK
Tamara McColl
MD FRCPC
Vice Chair
Winnipeg, MB
Glen Bandiera
MD FRCPC
Toronto, ON
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Teresa Chan
MD MHPE FRCPC
Hamilton, ON
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Warren Cheung
MD FRCPC
Ottawa, ON
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Sandy Dong
MD FRCPC
Edmonton, AB
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Jason Frank
MD FRCPC
Ottawa, ON
Isabelle Gray
MD, MSc
Edmonton, AB
Andrew Hall
MD MMEd FRCPC
Kingston, ON
Connie LeBlanc
MD CCFP(EM)
Halifax, NS
Kirk Magee
MD MSc FRCPC
Halifax, NS
Jill McEwen
MD FRCPC
Vancouver, BC
Kaif Pardhan
MD, FRCPC
Hamilton, ON
Michael Parsons
MD, CCFP (EM), FCFP
St. John’s, NL
Catherine Patocka
MD FRCPC
Calgary, AB
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Julien Poitras
MD CCFP(EM)
Quebec City, QC
Rob Primavesi
MD CCFP(EM)
Montreal, QC
Tia Renouf
MD CCFP(EM)
St. John’s, NL
Daniel Ting
MD, FRCPC (EM)
Vancouver, BC
Clare Francisco Wallner
MD, ABEM
Hamilton, ON
Teresa Wawrykow
MD, MEd CCFP (EM)
Winnipeg, MB
Alecs Chochinov
MD FRCPC
CAEP President
Winnipeg, MB
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Jeff Perry
MD MSc CCFP(EM)
Academic Section Representative
Ottawa, ON.
Shannon Chun
MD
Resident Section Representative
Toronto, ON
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Activities

Target Audience: Medical students, residents, and faculty pursuing medical education scholarship projects who need guidance to bring their project from concept to completion

Pre-Work Required: (~ 30 minutes prep time)

  1. List all of your past and current education/QI/research project involvement
  2. List all of your current ‘burning questions’ project ideas in medical education
  3. Prepare 1-2m ‘elevator pitch’ describing the educational project or research you are pursuing or would like to pursue

Registration will open mid-August.

Feature Education Innovations (FEIs)

Each month, the Education working group of CAEP’s Academic Section will be providing a Feature Education Innovation (FEI). These feature summaries will highlight initiatives and the education scholarship across Canadian medical schools. We will release them as part of the CAEP Connects each month.

Ken Milne generously hosted and produced Season One of CAEP Cast and Chris Bond has taken the lead as host for Season Two. Julien Poitras hosts the French CAEP Casts.

Yours truly,
Andrew Hall & Tamara McColl
FEI Team Leads

FEIs Homepage

Great Evidence in Medical education Summary (GEMeS)

Each month, the Education working group of CAEP’s Academic Section will be providing you a Great Evidence in Medical education Summary (GEMeS). This section is designed to highlight key, useful medical education literature that the entire CAEP membership might find useful. We will release them as part of the CAEP Communiqué at the middle of each month.

Yours truly,
Teresa Chan & Daniel Ting
GEMeS Team Leads

GEMes Homepage

Questions?

Shanna Scarrow
Manager, Academic Section & Research
Email: sscarrow@caep.ca
Phone: 613-523-3343 x19
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