Tenth Annual MHPE Summer Conference
July 30 & 31, 2009
Department of Medical Education
College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago
Georges Bordage, MD, PhD – Conference Organizer
Educators Making a Difference…Moving the Field Forward
The 10th anniversary MHPE Conference was a huge success with nearly 180 MHPE students, graduates, faculty, and guests in attendance. Audio archives of the four outstanding keynote addresses are now available for you to download and listen on your computer or MP3 player (see links below.) Video archives are in processing and will also be available in the next few weeks. Thank you to all who attended this year’s conference and especially to all who were involved in its planning, presentations, and in the management of conference activities. A special thank you to conference organizers Janet Settle and Laura Schaaf. Their untiring efforts were critical to the success of this wonderful event.
2009 Keynote Addresses
Traveling Across the Disciplines
Lee Shulman, President Emeritus of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Charles E. Ducommon Professor of Education Emeritus and Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Stanford University
Standardized Patients and the Performance Assessment Movement, Beginnings and Future Directions
Reed Williams, Professor and Director of Surgical Education Research, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, formerly Professor and Head of DME at UIC.
Standards for Scholarship in Medical Education Across International Boundaries
Kevin Eva, Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, and Member, Program for Educational Research and Development, McMaster University and Editor of the journal Medical Education.
Medical Problem Solving Revisited
Arthur Elstein, Professor Emeritus, Department of Medical Education at UIC and Past Editor of the journal Medical Decision Making.
About the Annual MHPE Summer Conference
The purpose of this activity is to provide a venue for Master of Health Professions Education students, alumni, and faculty to present and discuss innovations in health professions education, and for physicians in the audience to learn about ongoing educational research and program development topics. This two-day conference follows the residency for students completing core course work in the MHPE Online program and offers an opportunity for all MHPE students and alumni to showcase completed projects, seek consultation on work in progress, network with peers, and plan future collaborations.
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