Workshop for educators
Date: June 21, 2024
This virtual workshop aims at facilitating some of the latest insights into delivering effectively continuous medical education.
Shortage of personnel, inflation, climate change, sustainability, digital revolution with surveys reporting that 87% of Health Care Professionals (HCP) want a choice of digital/hybrid education, are only a few of the challenges of today.
In this context new educational approaches are required, which enable our educators to create the right content, deliver a personalised experience for HCP audiences and cater to their educational needs with a suitable format that accommodates any channel the audience uses. This approach necessitates an omnichannel strategy.
The workshop intends to bring useful insights that will help educators navigate these challenges.
The event will propose different topics for discussion every year to make the most of every minute.
Marco MAGGIORINI MD Professor & Chair of the Medical Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland
Katerina RUSINOVA MD, PhD Head, Department of Palliative Medicine, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and General University Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic
Konstantin BRASS, Managing Director, Institute for Communication and Assessment Research; UCAN-Umbrella Consortium for Assessment Networks, Heidelberg, Germany
Doug LEMOV, Managing Director, Uncommon Schools, United States
Kerstin LUBIK, Institute for Communication and Assessment Research; UCAN-Umbrella Consortium for Assessment Networks, Heidelberg, Germany
Adi MARTY, MD Department of Anaesthesiology, University Hospital Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
Suzanne MURRAY, CEO & Founder, AXDEV, Brossard, Canada
Alexandru NICA, MD Medico-surgical ICU, Compiègne Noyon Hospital, Compiègne, France; EDIC Subcommittee chair elect, ESICM
Julie-Lyn NOËL, MD MBA, Director of Education and Research, BMJ Leader, Corseaux, Switzerland
Rajnish SAHA, MDClinical Service Group Lead – Critical Care Medicine, Clinical Lead for Organ Donation, The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, Harlow, United Kingdom
Christian SITZWOHL, MD Department of Anesthesiology and General Intensive Care, University of Vienna, Austria
Andrew WESTBROOK, MD Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care & Pain Medicine, St. Vincents University Hospital | St. Vincents, Dublin, Ireland; EDIC Subcommittee chair, ESICM
Iwan VAN DER HORST, MD, PhD Intensivist/cardiologist Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Professor/head, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, President of the Dutch Society of Intensive Care
• Needs assessment and measurement processes to understand impact and effectiveness in the rapidly evolving medical education landscape
• Delivering effectively online education
- Session preparation
- Aligning learning expectations and educational content
- Building on participants’ knowledge and abilities
- Techniques to establish a safe and motivating environment for learners
- Participation/think ratio
- The power of writing
- Habits of discussion
• Assessment (EDIC) vs EPA based evaluation
• How to write good MCQs/ Tricks and pitfalls in writing them
Intensive care educators, doctors, nurses, clinical pharmacists and allied health care professionals who are involved or about to join our faculties
An application will be made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.
Further questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org