Workshop Archives

SHERI Workshop

The Scholarship in Health Education Research & Innovation (SHERI) workshop was offered in January 2016 and again in October 2016, as a series of three sessions targeted at those who are planning or implementing educational projects.  SHERI continued the work of the SIME workshop from 2015, with participants going through a scholarly development process that included setting goals, preparation, effective methods, obtaining meaningful results, effective presentation, and reflective critique.  There was a total of 26 attendees between the two offerings, and feedback was positive.

SHERI Workshop Materials 

 

SIME Workshop

On February 6, 2015, a group of local medical education experts facilitated the Scholarship and Innovation in Medical Education (SIME) workshop developed by the Canadian Association for Medical Education.  The workshop was developed to provide guidance to novice researchers in developing and disseminating an educational project.

This full day workshop was attended by 19 faculty and staff from Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, and was led by Dr. Jocelyn Lockyer, Dr. Kent Hecker, Dr. Elizabeth Oddone-Paolucci, and Dr. Nishan Sharma.  The event was formatted to include short presentations from the facilitators followed by small group work and discussion lead by a facilitator.    Participants were able to network with fellow attendees and the facilitators during the small group work and lunch break.

The feedback received was very positive, and this workshop is now being offered as the SHERI workshop for 2016.