2017 — SAVE THE DATE !
10th Annual DAY in FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. (approx.)
David Braley Health Sciences Centre (2nd Floor), 100 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON
Join us as we celebrate our 30th year !!
Schedule for 10th Annual DAY in FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Call for Submissions (for Interprofessional Innovations Fair/Facilitated Poster Presentation/Creative Exhibit)
Individuals interested in participating with either a non-facilitated poster/display; facilitated poster presentation (electronic), or facilitated creative exhibit (art; photography; music and/or narrative, etc., please complete and submit form above by:
April 3, 2017. (NOTE: extended to April 19, 2017)
This year's event is designed as a forum for all health professionals/educators to
showcase their teaching innovations and network with fellow colleagues in the
‘Spirit of Community & Scholarship’. This year's theme is
"Arts & Humanities in the Health Professions".
The day is comprised of an Inter-professional Innovations Fair from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m. (approx.), Facilitated poster presentations/Facilitated Creative Exhibits from 12:30 to 1:55 p.m. in 2nd Floor area, David Braley Health Sciences Centre, with poster displays and
demonstrations on innovative educational tools and strategies, as well as art; photography; music; narrative submissions; Short Sessions from 2:00-3:55 p.m., concluding with the
Henry & Sylvia WONG Forum in Medicine 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. (approx.) with Reception following.
Short Sessions - (individuals need to pre-register and select 1 of 2 sessions offered)
Narrative Healthcare: Developing Narrative Competency for Healthcare Professionals - 2:00 to 3:55 p.m.)
Dr. Joyce Zazulak, Dr. Saroo Sharda,
M.Sc, MD, CCFP, FCFP and MBChB, MMEd, FRCPC
As Faculty, we are called upon more and more to use narrative approaches and reflective writing in our teaching. The use of narrative medicine and reflective writing has found its way into many healthcare curricula as an important tool to enhance self awareness and reflective capacity. This workshop will explore how developing skills in narrative competence in the clinical setting can increase our effectiveness as both clinicians and educators.
Art of Seeing - 2:00 to 3:55 p.m.
Ms. Nicole Knibb, Ms. Caitlin O'Connell,
Hons. BA, Art History, MDes and MScBMC
Introduction to the Art of Seeing; facilitated formal analysis and interpretation with two works of art; Introduction to graphic medicine and storyboarding as narrative; Zine making hands-on activity; participant discussion about the experience sharing their story in a visual way; questions and wider discussion.
Henry & Sylvia WONG Forum in Medicine - 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. (approx.)
Cat's Cradle and the Clinical Trial: The Humanity of Medicine and the Humanities in Medicine
Talk abstract: We are experiencing an existential crisis in medicine. A crisis of meaning manifests as physician discomfort with evidence-based medicine,
and clinician ambivalence over empathy for the patient and the self.
In this talk, we return to the social and historical origins of medicine
to make visible three truths about the metaphysics of healing and the
relationship of the physician to society.
A clue is to be found in the history of EBM at McMaster University and
the work of David Sackett, who drew ideas from the novel Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut. Medicine touches the foundation
of the human; the humanities offer a way of returning to this basic
reality, of seeing ourselves and the meaning of our medical practice.
Dr. Ellen Amster
Jason A. Hannah Chair in the History of Medicine
Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Department of History, McMaster University
David Braley Health Sciences Centre (2nd Floor, Room 2032) — reception to follow
100 Main Street West (corner of Bay), Hamilton, ON