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Big Ideas Lecture Series
Feb 20th, 2019 | Toronto, ON, Canada

Description

In this era of increasing complexity, there is a growing gap between what we need our healthcare experts to do and the training we provide them. While health professional education has a long history of being guided by theories of expertise to inform curriculum design and implementation, the theories that currently underpin our educational programs do not account for the expertise necessary for excellence in the changing healthcare context. Adaptive expertise provides a theoretical and educational framework for understanding and developing the experts we need. In this discussion, Dr. Mylopoulos will present the imperative for adaptive expertise in healthcare and describe the science that supports strategies to foster adaptive expertise through education.

Location

The Michener Institute OF Education at UHN, St. Patrick Campus – Auditorium
222 St. Patrick Street
Toronto, ON
Canada
DATE AND TIME
Feb 20th, 2019
12:00 pm - 13:00 pm
LOCATION
The Michener Institute OF Education at UHN, St. Patrick Campus – Auditorium
222 St. Patrick Street
Toronto, ON
Canada
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