Program

Day 1 (Wednesday, May 5, 2021)

Conference Centre Faculty of Medicine
Jagiellonian University Medical College
ul. św. Łazarza 16, 31-530 Kraków
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Zapewnione tłumaczenie symultaniczne z j. angielskiego na j. polski.

Conference

8.35–8.50

Welcome and introduction

Organizing Committee

8.50–9.20

Opening Lecture: An overview of assessment of clinical competence leading to a radically different view

Prof. Cees van der Vleuten 

Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Session I: Assessment

9.20–9.40

The Teacher, the Assessor & the Patient Protector: the roles of faculty in the age of competency based medical education

Prof. Teresa Chan

McMaster University, Canada

9.40–10.00

Identifying and remediating poor performance in medical trainees

Prof. Anthony O'Regan

Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

10.00–10.20

Methods of postgraduate assessment and examinations

Dr. Mark Westwood

UEMS Council of European Specialist Medical Assessment, UK

10.20–10.40

The evolution of CME-CPD in Europe: the UEMS perspective

Prof. Vassilios Papalois

UEMS President, UK

10.40–11.10

Panel discussion

11.10–11.30

Refreshment break

Session II: Clinical reasoning

11.30–11.50

Teaching clinical reasoning: four key lessons from the literature

Prof. Steven J. Durning

Uniformed Services University, USA

11.50–12.10

Virtual patients and interprofessional clinical reasoning

Prof. Samuel Edelbring

Örebro University, Sweden

12.10–12.30

Workplace-based assessment to foster clinical reasoning

Prof. Sören Huwendiek

University of Bern, Switzerland

12.30–12.50

Why are we not as good clinicians as we think we are: cognitive biases in clinical reasoning

Prof. Reinold Gans

President UEMS Section of Internal Medicine, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

12.50–13.20

Panel discussion

13.20–14.00

Lunch break

Session III: Bedside teaching

14.00–14.20

The Power of One

Prof. Andrew Elder

University of Edinburgh, UK

14.20–14.40

Bedside teaching: the Stanford way

Prof. Poonam Hosamani

Stanford University, USA

14.40–15.00

EBM teaching at the bedside

Prof. Roman Jaeschke

McMaster University, Canada

15.00–15.20

To be announced

15.20–15.50

Panel discussion

15.50–16.10

Refreshment break

Session IV: Technology enhanced learning in medical education

16.10–16.30

The effectiveness of virtual patient simulation in medical education

Dr. Andrzej Kononowicz

Jagiellonian University Medical College, Poland

16.30–16.50

Use of an on-line platform for the European Examination in General Cardiology: question writing and selection, standard setting, delivery and candidate preparation

Prof. Chris Plummer

Chair, European Examination in General Cardiology Board, UK

16.50–17.10

Making massive open online courses in medicine and healthcare: exploring their value for learners

Dr. Luke Woodham

St George's University of London, UK

17.10–17.30

Harnessing the power of social media for medical education: the past, the present, and the future

Prof. Teresa Chan

McMaster University, Canada

17.30–18.00

Panel discussion

18.00

Closing remarks

Day 2 (Thursday, May 6, 2021)

Conference Centre Faculty of Medicine
Jagiellonian University Medical College
ul. św. Łazarza 16, 31-530 Kraków
See on map

Hands-on workshops

Practical skills for teaching at the bedside: the 5-minute Bedside Moment (5M2)

Teaching with serious board games: learning from the GridlockED example

How to overcome barriers in explicit teaching of clinical reasoning

Writing good multiple choice test questions

American College of Physicans

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