Webinars

CAME Webinar Series

You are invited to join us for our CAME WEBINAR SERIES

Earn up to 11 certified Mainpro+® credits or

 Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Section 1 credits

The CAME webinar series is designed to bring practical, evidence and experience-based advice to Canadian health educators. Through these monthly Zoom-based CAME webinars, you can listen to presentations on key topics in health professional education and engage with an expert and colleagues in live discussions.

Earn up to 11 certified Mainpro+® credits or Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Section 1 credits

This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, approved by Continuing Professional Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. You may claim a maximum of 11 hours (1.0 hour per webinar). (Credits are automatically calculated).

Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that they actually spent participating in the educational program.

College of Family Physicians of Canada – Mainpro+ credits

This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Quebec College of Family Physicians, a continuing professional a continuing professional development-accrediting organization recognized by the Collège des médecins du Québec, and has been approved for 11 Mainpro+® credits.

The total hours (11.0) is for the entire series. Each webinar is 1.0 Section 1 hour/1.0 CFPC Mainpro+ credit/per hour.

 The (un)Learning Series: Transforming Health Professions education Through Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism.

This series, consisting of several presentations per year, will reflect a sustained commitment to the important values of equity, inclusion, anti-racism and anti-oppression in Health Professions Education. With panels and speakers, the (un)Learning Series will bring these important topics into a central focus to cultivate national discussion to promote our collective learning and action.

Sessions are presented by experienced Canadian educators who discuss key issues and considerations for educators and teachers striving to optimize learning for their students. During every webinar, 10-15 minutes are reserved for questions and answers.

The overall aims of the webinar series are to enable Canadian health educators to:

  • list some contemporary challenges and solutions in health education
  • consider how these solutions may be useful in their education/teaching activities.

This year, deliveries will be taking place at both 12:00pm Eastern and 12:00PM Pacific to give you more opportunity to join in! Take a look at the exciting list of webinars that will be coming up in 2023!

CAME Webinar Series 2023

Title: The success of my deficiencies: The impact of failures on ourselves

Delivery 1: 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT

Delivery 2: 12:00pm-1:00pm PDT (3:00pm-4:00pm EDT)

Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Presenters: Dr. Lara Varpio, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Biography :

Dr. Varpio is a professor at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania. She is internationally recognized for her expertise in qualitative research methods and methodologies, and in theories from the social sciences and humanities. Her research has won national and international awards.  She has given invited talks at hospitals and medical schools around the world, and she has led invited sessions and given plenaries at some of the largest and most respected academic medicine conferences in the world.

​Dr. Varpio completed her PhD in 2007 at the University of Waterloo, Canada in collaboration with the Wilson Centre for Research in Education at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her award winning PhD research investigated the impact of Electronic Health Records on medical trainee socialization.

​Dr. Varpio spent the first 6 years of her career with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, Canada and the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education. Then, in 2013, Dr. Varpio moved to Washington DC, USA to work with the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, serving there there until 2022.

​Dr. Varpio speaks in English, French, and Swedish, and she has lived in Canada, Sweden, the United States of America. In her free time, she enjoys singing, spinning, and spending time with her husband, two sons, and dog.

Overview:

The success of my deficiencies: The impact of research failures on ourselves

Impact is often conceptualized as a one-way street: how does the researcher’s findings impact others. We measure how research manuscripts are “picked up” by other scholars or the media. We attend to how the knowledge we generated can be translated to practice. However, the impact game is played in two directions. We simply fail to acknowledge it. When our research goes well, the impact on the researcher is positive; we win awards, gain notoriety in our field, and have the satisfaction of knowing that we made a difference via our research efforts. But research does not always go well. Research can fail. When it does, the impact on us can be negative and profoundly felt. This session will offer reflections on how research failure impacts the individual scholar with an emphasis on how to harness our failures to become better researchers.

Learning objectives:

After this session participants will be able to:

  1. Acknowledge ways in which research can have impact on themselves as individuals and as scholars
  2. Describe at least one strategy for moving forwards after failure.
  3. Discuss how failures can originate from a variety of different sources (e.g., unintended consequences of research, errors of not doubly confirming, letting down mentees)

CAME Members

How to register:

If you are CAME Member you can register for this delivery via our new membership portal! Just log in and choose the session you would like to attend from the landing page!

Non-Members

How to register:

If you are a non-member you can register for this delivery via the following links:

Group registration for the year – $500.00

·         No maximum group size

·         Links will be provided for both sessions at 12pm Eastern & 12pm Pacific

This year, deliveries will be taking place at both 12:00pm Eastern and 12:00PM Pacific to give you more opportunity to join in! Take a look at the exciting list of webinars that will be coming up in 2023!

Technical requirements:

To participate in this webinar you will need a computer with internet access, Flash Player and speakers. You will not have to download or install any software. Ideas or questions? Please contact us at came@afmc.ca.

How to Participate

Once registered, the CAME office will contact you with details on how to join the webinar. During the webinar you can sit back and enjoy the presentation and discussion online through a broadband internet connection.

We are in the process of securing presenters for our 2023 webinar series. Is there a talk or presentation that you have seen recently that resonated with you that you think the CAME community would enjoy? Is there a topic or subject matter area that interests you and we could help you learn more about? Join the conversation and let us know! We look forward to receiving your suggestions!

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