Richard and Sylvia Cruess Symposium on Scholarship in Health Sciences Education: Insights and Innovations

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December 13, 2023

Richard and Sylvia Cruess Symposium on Scholarship in Health Sciences Education: Insights and Innovations

 


Richard and Sylvia Cruess Symposium on Scholarship in Health Sciences Education:

Insights and Innovations

Tuesday, May 14, 2024 | Montreal, QC

8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

McGill Faculty Club and Conference Centre

 

The IHSE is pleased to announce the inaugural Richard and Sylvia Cruess Symposium on Scholarship in Health Sciences Education: Insights and Innovations on Tuesday, May 14, 2024. 

We will welcome as guests two well-known education scholars: Lara Varpio, PhD, Professor, Department of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Co-Director of Research in Medical Education, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Tina Martimianakis, PhD, Professor and Director of Medical Education Scholarship; Department of Paediatrics, and Associate Director, Collaborations and Partnerships, Wilson Centre, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.

In addition, the IHSE will showcase research and innovation in Health Sciences Education from faculty members and students in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at McGill and beyond. We are seeking abstracts in any area of health sciences education research or innovation. We encourage you to join us in discussing emerging educational trends and innovations as well as cross cutting, interdisciplinary education research, and scholarship.

 

Registration is free and is now open. Presenters of both posters and oral papers must also register for the Symposium.

For more information please visit the IHSE website.

In a collaboration spanning three decades, Sylvia R. Cruess, MD, and Richard L. Cruess, MD, have singlehandedly changed medicine’s understanding of professionalism and the the role of the physician in the 21st century.

“To be a [medical] professional is not a right but a privilege with a long history and tradition of healing and service.”

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