- The Ottawa Conference on the Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions; March 9-13, 2012; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This conference is hosted by The Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). This conference provides a forum for medical and other healthcare professions educators to network and share ideas on all aspects of the assessment of competence in both clinical and non-clinical domains, throughout the continuum of education. There are several special tracks and broad themes that we have scheduled throughout the various plenary and symposia presentations, workshops, and abstracts sessions so that you have the option to focus on a particular area of interest or sample a wide range of topics.
- Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME); April 14-18, 2012; Banff, Alberta. CCME is the premier medical education conference in Canada. It hosts the largest annual gathering of medical educators in the country. The purpose of the CCME is to highlight, and allow participants to benefit from, developments in medical education and to promote academic medicine by establishing an annual forum for medical educators and their many partners to meet and exchange ideas. It will include a highly selective program of workshops, posters, oral presentations and plenary sessions with its theme being White Coat, Warm Heart: Integrating Science and Humanism.
- The annual Canadian Higher Education Information Technology Conference (CANHEIT); The Nature of Technology: June 10-13, 2012; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Information Technology professionals in post-secondary education face significant challenges as new user demands and new technologies undermine established paradigms, while at the same time, human resource issues such as talent management, succession planning and career development gain increasing importance in building the University of the Future. "Riding the Wave of Change" is the theme for this 8th annual CANHEIT Conference. The conference program will address emerging issues like Green IT and Identity Management.
- The Royal College's International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE); October 18-20, 2012, Ottawa, Ontario. The International Conference on Residency Education is a global forum for those involved in residency education to share ideas, challenges, innovations, and advance postgraduate medical education.
- Teaching and Learning to the Power of Technology (TLT) conference; June 14-15, 2011; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Engaging keynotes, concurrent sessions, hands-on labs, a leaders' panel, and a cracker-barrel session will provide many formal and informal opportunities for learning and collaboration at this event. Conference sessions apply to those with beginner, intermediate and advanced knowledge about e-learning and are targeted for those involved in post-secondary education.
- AMEE Conference in Vienna, Austria; August 27-31, 2011. This global conference attracts participants from around the world - from those countries with a long history of medical education to those relatively new to the discipline. A variety of health care professionals are making significant contributions to the programme. The content covers the continuum from undergraduate through postgraduate education, to continuing professional development.
- The 31st annual STLHE Conference: From Here to the Horizon; June 15th - 18th, 2011; Saskatoon, SK. STLHE is a national association of academics, educational developers, and students (graduate and undergraduate) interested in the improvement of teaching and learning in higher education. Its members comprise mainly faculty and educational development professionals from higher education institutions across Canada and beyond. Founded in 1981, the bilingual STLHE is home to the Council of 3M Teaching Fellows and the Educational Developers Caucus, as well as special interest groups for College Education, Writing Centres, and GA/TA Training. Each year, the STLHE conference participants exchange ideas, communicate research findings, and connect with old and new colleagues.
- International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions; May 10-13, 2011; Toronto, Ontario. With the increasing complexity of academic health sciences centers, it is very important that health science schools address the professional development needs of their faculty members. This is the first academic conference that specifically addresses the faculty development field for academic health science centers world-wide. For purposes of this conference, faculty development is defined as the broad range of activities that institutions use to renew or assist faculty members in their multiple roles. Faculty development activities include programs to enhance teaching and education, research and scholarly activity, academic leadership and management, and faculty affairs, including faculty recruitment, advancement, retention, and vitality. The intent of these activities is to assist faculty members in their roles as teachers, educators, leaders, administrators and researchers.