Department of Family & Community Medicine

Celebration of Education Scholarship: Focus on Generalism

Jan 28 – 29, 2019
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Please join us for our next Celebration of Education Scholarship event, presented by the DFCM Office of Education Scholarship. We are holding an evening reception and presentation on Monday, January 28, and a full day of activities on Tuesday, January 29, designed to help faculty members envision, plan and execute education scholarship. Our theme for this event is Generalism in Family Medicine. Come to be inspired, challenged, excited and encouraged.

We will be welcoming Dr. Joanne Reeve to this event. Dr. Reeve is a clinical professor of primary care research at Hull York Medical School and an inner city general practitioner. She has a longstanding interest and expertise in expert generalist practice and will be speaking to us about her personal journey in family medicine and her scholarly work in the field of generalism. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Our CES events are designed to build a community of faculty members who are interested in education scholarship. You are invited to attend all or any of the sessions, either in person or by webcast.

Monday, January 28, 5:00-7:30 pm - evening reception and presentation by Dr. Joanne Reeve, Hull York Medical School

Tuesday, January 29, 8:30-4:30 - a full day program of presentations and discussions with guest presenter Dr. Joanne Reeve.

Mon Jan 28/19

Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St.

5:30-7:30 pm

Reception and presentation by Dr. Joanne Reeve - Ways of knowing in generalist practice: Exploring a career on the Yellow Brick Road

Tue Jan 29/19

500 University Ave.,
Rm 303

8:30-9:00 am Registration and breakfast
  9:00-10:00 am  Grand Rounds, Dr. Joanne Reeve - The Quiet Revolution: Revitalising generalist practice
  10:15-11:15 am

Focus on Generalism Presentations
Dr. Melissa Nutik - Medical Education Through a Generalist Lens
Dr. Nicole Woods - Developing the Family Physicians we Need through Evidence-based Instruction

  11:15 am-12:00 pm Panel Discussion: Tolerance of uncertainty and management of risk
Dr. Joanne Reeve, Discussant
  12:00-12:15 pm Lunch break
  12:15-1:15 pm Journal Club, facilitated by Drs. Milena Forte and Joyce Nyhof-Young
  1:30-2:30 pm Impact stories from Art of the Possible grant holders
  2:30-4:30 pm Consultation sessions for Art of the Possible applicants

Dr. Joanne Reeve, Clinical Professor of Primary Care Research, Hull York Medical School
My work tackles two of the biggest challenges facing modern health care systems. Namely, finding primary care solutions for the growing burden of chronic, complex illness; and building capacity for high quality, meaningful primary care scholarship to support the necessary changes. The primary care approach is defined by a person-centred model of care. As a clinical academic, I lead an international collaboration to develop, implement and evaluate the provision of the individually tailored model of care that is expert generalist practice. My work is underpinned by expertise in the fields of complex interventions research, action research, and translational scholarship. As recent past Chair of the Society for Academic Primary Care, I lead work to enhance the capacity for advancing primary care through education and research; supporting quality improvement through the shared application of the skills of scholarship. All of which is supported and sustained by my role as a non-principal GP in a busy inner city Practice in Hull.

Location
Jan 28/19 Evening Reception will be held at The Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St.; Jan 29/19 activities will be held at 500 University Ave., Room 303
Contact
Rachel Ellis Office of Education Scholarship
416-946-7070
2019-01-28 05:00:00 2019-01-29 05:00:00 UTC Celebration of Education Scholarship: Focus on Generalism Please join us for our next Celebration of Education Scholarship event, presented by the DFCM Office of Education Scholarship. We are holding an evening reception and presentation on Monday, January 28, and a full day of activities on Tuesday, January 29, designed to help faculty members envision, plan and execute education scholarship. Our theme for this event is Generalism in Family Medicine. Come to be inspired, challenged, excited and encouraged. We will be welcoming Dr. Joanne Reeve to this event. Dr. Reeve is a clinical professor of primary care research at Hull York Medical School and an inner city general practitioner. She has a longstanding interest and expertise in expert generalist practice and will be speaking to us about her personal journey in family medicine and her scholarly work in the field of generalism.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Our CES events are designed to build a community of faculty members who are interested in education scholarship. You are invited to attend all or any of the sessions, either in person or by webcast. Monday, January 28, 5:00-7:30 pm - evening reception and presentation by Dr. Joanne Reeve, Hull York Medical School Tuesday, January 29, 8:30-4:30 - a full day program of presentations and discussions with guest presenter Dr. Joanne Reeve. Mon Jan 28/19 Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St. 5:30-7:30 pm Reception and presentation by Dr. Joanne Reeve - Ways of knowing in generalist practice: Exploring a career on the Yellow Brick Road Tue Jan 29/19 500 University Ave.,Rm 303 8:30-9:00 am Registration and breakfast   9:00-10:00 am  Grand Rounds, Dr. Joanne Reeve - The Quiet Revolution: Revitalising generalist practice   10:15-11:15 am Focus on Generalism PresentationsDr. Melissa Nutik - Medical Education Through a Generalist LensDr. Nicole Woods - Developing the Family Physicians we Need through Evidence-based Instruction   11:15 am-12:00 pm Panel Discussion: Tolerance of uncertainty and management of riskDr. Joanne Reeve, Discussant   12:00-12:15 pm Lunch break   12:15-1:15 pm Journal Club, facilitated by Drs. Milena Forte and Joyce Nyhof-Young   1:30-2:30 pm Impact stories from Art of the Possible grant holders   2:30-4:30 pm Consultation sessions for Art of the Possible applicants Dr. Joanne Reeve, Clinical Professor of Primary Care Research, Hull York Medical SchoolMy work tackles two of the biggest challenges facing modern health care systems. Namely, finding primary care solutions for the growing burden of chronic, complex illness; and building capacity for high quality, meaningful primary care scholarship to support the necessary changes. The primary care approach is defined by a person-centred model of care. As a clinical academic, I lead an international collaboration to develop, implement and evaluate the provision of the individually tailored model of care that is expert generalist practice. My work is underpinned by expertise in the fields of complex interventions research, action research, and translational scholarship. As recent past Chair of the Society for Academic Primary Care, I lead work to enhance the capacity for advancing primary care through education and research; supporting quality improvement through the shared application of the skills of scholarship. All of which is supported and sustained by my role as a non-principal GP in a busy inner city Practice in Hull. Jan 28/19 Evening Reception will be held at The Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St.; Jan 29/19 activities will be held at 500 University Ave., Room 303 dfcm.edscholarship@utoronto.ca