Procedural Skills Training and Assessment
Procedural skills are an important part of patient care for many specialties, and over the years, with changes in technologies, procedural techniques, and practice routines of physicians, there has been and continue to be changes in the needs of trainees when it comes to procedural skills training. Additionally, procedural skills are often challenging for residents to gain competence. Therefore, this presentation will discuss key concepts and articles that led to a better understanding and improvement of procedural skills training and assessment, through the lens of Dr Bilgic's own research.
Dr Elif Bilgic is an Assistant Professor and Education Scientist in the Department of Pediatrics and MERIT program. She received her PhD from McGill University in Surgical Education, and completed 2 postdoctoral fellowships at McGill; one at the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning, and second at the Simulation, Affect, Innovation, Learning, and Surgery Lab, second fellowship as a CIHR awarded fellow. Her research program is in the field of performance assessment in the simulation and clinical settings, focusing on technology, innovation, and collaboration.
This event is taking place in person (livestream option available).
Registration required: https://bit.ly/MERITMay2022Rounds