Walter Tavares, PhDScientist and Assistant Professor,
The Wilson Centre and Post MD Education
Post Graduate Medical Education & Continuing Professional Development
Faculty of Medicine,
Institute of Health Policy, Management and EvaluationDalla Lana School of Public Health, University Health Network,University of Toronto
David Wiljer, PhDExecutive Director,Education Technology Innovation, University Health NetworkAssociate Professor,Dept. of Psychiatry,Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation,Academic Director, Continuing Professional DevelopmentUniversity of TorontoCollaborating Scientist,Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
David Rojas, PhDAssistant Professor,Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine,University of TorontoEvaluation Scientist,Centre for Ambulatory Care Education (CACE), Women’s College HospitalOffice of Assessment and Evaluation, MD Program,University of TorontoCross-Appointed Scientist,The Wilson Centre, University Health Network & University of Toronto
Facilitator: Mila Kostic, CHCP, FACEHP
Strategic Advisor, Stanford Center for CME
Summary: The ongoing pandemic is creating a a tension between a greater need for continuing professional development and restrictions that make doing so a challenge. This has led many to shift educational strategies related to content, frequency, policy and delivery formats. One of the most common delivery methods has been to leverage online synchronous and asynchronous strategies.
While there is an extensive literature supporting online teaching and learning, how best to conduct and/or fit in effective evaluation of these programs is less clear. In this session, we will examine existing program evaluation and outcome frameworks with the aim of applying these concepts to the evaluation of online delivery formats in CPD.
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