The Video Conference Program is a collaborative effort of the Office of CME with Continous Professional Learning at the University of Alberta. Family physicians in rural areas use the videoconferencing facilities in their local hospital to participate in interactive updates on issues of current interest delivered by clinical experts.
Calgary Video Conference Program (sessions offered by the University of Calgary) - Tuesday mornings from 8 to 9 am
Edmonton Video Conference Program (sessions offered by the University of Alberta) - Wednesday afternoons from 12 to 1 pm
The 2013-14 Video Conference Program will start on September 10/11, 2013.
May 7, 2013 - 0800-0900 Supplementary videoconference session – open to all!
Title : The Power of Questions in Clinical Teaching
This session will be of interest to preceptors or others who teach students, residents or new practitioners in a medical setting. Learn how effective questions help people to learn and how to create an environment where people are comfortable in answering questions. The session will also discuss how to design questions for different purposes and at different levels of sophistication.
To register your site for this videoconference:
NOTE: Participants can receive 1 Mainpro-M1 for attending the session by completing and returning the attendance form.
Print the handouts so you can follow along and participate in the session.
Contact: Mairi Babey, Rural Conference Coordinator, (403) 220-3379, firstname.lastname@example.org