on Expanding Scholarship in Medical Imaging
Date: Thursday June 17th, 2010, London, Ontario
Location: London Convention Centre
"Enhancing the Radiology Resident Education Experience."
As early as 1910, Abraham Flexner’s much referenced ‘Report’ offered
medical schools a critique of admission and graduation standards, and
highlighted the fact that medical education was sadly deficient in terms
of cultural and philosophical background. How are we faring 100 years
To explore the extent to which this critique may or may not still hold
true today, we invite you submit an abstract for your presentation,
and consider, for example, the following topics,
- What is the role of professional values (role modelling, self-assessment,
stories, parables, hidden curriculum) in medical imaging education?
- How have assessment practices in medical imaging education evolved
as compared to research in the field?
- What are the ‘philosophical components’ of medical imaging education?
- In what ways have you drawn on inter-disciplinary and/or inter-professional
collaboration to enhance the resident education experience?
Call for Papers