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TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013 PLENARY SESSION 10:30AM – 12:00PM Hilton Hotel, First floor, Palais, Kent and Saint-Louis Rooms NO MORE LONELY HEROES: LEARNER WELLNESS THROUGH COLLABORATION Learning Objectives: By the end of this session, participants will: 1. Recognize the “lonely hero syndrome” in learners and the risks it poses 2. Describe how collaborative care improves quality of health for learners, practitioners, and patients 3. Be able to identify barriers to collaborative care 4. List specific interventions to provide feedback and education to improve collaborative care #learnerwellness Speakers: DR. NATHALIE SAAD, President, Committee on Academic Affairs – Specialties at the Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec (FMRQ) Dr. Nathalie Saad joined McGill University as an Internal Medicine resident in July 2006, after obtaining her medical degree from the University of Ottawa. She then pursued her residency in Respirology and did a fellowship in Pulmonary rehabilitation. She is currently enrolled in the clinician investigator program while doing an executive MBA. Having represented medical students on many academic committees in Ottawa, she immediately became an active member of the Association of Residents of McGill. The following year, she became the President of the Academic Affairs Committee – Specialties at the Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec (FMRQ). Over the past year, she represented the FMRQ at numerous committee meetings and participated in discussions concerning academic issues for the Collège des médecins du Québec (CMQ) and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) and at the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC). Dr Saad’s interest in education long preceded her medical years, as she was a high school teacher and had begun a Masters’ Degree in Education prior to entering medical school. DR. ELISABETH PAICE, Visiting Professor, Imperial College London Dr. Elisabeth Paice, FRCP, is visiting professor at Imperial College London and chairs the award-winning Inner NW London Integrated Care Pilot. Brought up in Montréal, where she attended The Study, she qualified in medicine at Trinity College Dublin. She was a consultant rheumatologist in London (1982-1995) and then became the Dean of Postgraduate Medical Education for London (1995-2010). Her contribution has been recognised by a Skills for Health Award for national leadership of Hospital at Night and Honorary Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Educators. She is an active coach and mentor and won an NHS National Leadership Award as Mentor of the Year in 2010. In 2011 she was awarded an OBE for services to medicine. 78 CANADIAN CONFERENCE ON MEDICAL EDUCATION 2013

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CCME 2013 Final Program
Table of Contents
General Information
Floor Plans
Quebec City
Friday April 19
Saturday April 20
Welcoming Ceremony and AFMC AMS J. Wendell Macleod Memorial Lecture
Dedicated Sessions
Welcoming Reception
Medical Education and Patient Safety: A Patient-Doctor Dialogue
Sunday April 21
Educational Innovation Symposium – Teaching Patient Safety – A Call to Action
Oral Presentations
Facilitated Sessions
Education Research Symposium – Assessing Clinical Teachers’ Professional Behaviours
Transforming Our System: Are We Moving in the Right Direction?
Monday April 22
Hot Topic
Tuesday April 23
AFMC Learner
No More Lonely Heroes: Learner Wellness Through Collaboration
AFMC – Awards Reception and Presidential Address
CAME – Awards Luncheon and AGM, Certificate of Merit Awards

CCME 2013 Final Program