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AFMC Public Health Educators' Network (PHEN)

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Community for the AFMC Public Health Educators' Network (PHEN)

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A national Canadian undergraduate Public Health Educators' Network (PHEN) with representation from all 17 faculties of medicine. Formed in 2007, PHEN members exchange information, resources and teaching experience; support each other in acting as local public health champions to enhance public health education in their faculty of medicine; and work together to develop new resources such as the AFMC Primer on Population Health.  Visit the Public Health Education eCommunity to view the PHEN collection of resources and engage in discussions.  

Un Réseau d'enseignants en santé publique (RESP) de premier cycle d'envergure nationale représentant chacune des 17 facultés de médecine. Depuis sa création en 2007, le RESP permet aux membres de partager des renseignements, des ressources et de l'expérience relative à l'enseignement; de se soutenir dans leur rôle de champion local de la santé publique au sein de leur faculté de médecine; et de collaborer en vue d'élaborer de nouvelles ressources comme le manuel Notions de santé des populations de l'AFMC. Visitez la cybercommunauté d'éducation en santé publique pour consulter les ressources du RESP et participer aux forums de discussion.

 

 

Outils pédagogiques en santé publique de l’AFMC – Résumé des éducateurs

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Résumé des éducateurs relatif à 13 outils d’enseignement primés du domaine de la santé publique qui seront utilisés dans le cadre de programmes d’éducation médicale et autres programmes à l’intention des futurs professionnels de la santé de l’ensemble du Canada. Les outils sont répertoriés par ordre alphabétique selon les prix obtenus dans le cadre du Concours de production d’outils pédagogiques en santé publique de l’AFMC.

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Inclusion and Integration of Population Health into Undergraduate Medical Curriculum - Recorded Webinar

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AAMC-CDC Recorded Webinar from June 26, 2014 (60 min.) To promote increased public health awareness and encourage inclusion of public health perspectives, experts in the field speak about their personal experiences practicing medicine from a public health vantage point. Contemporary medical education must prepare clinicians to practice in a dramatically changing healthcare environment.

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AFMC Public Health Learning Tools Challenge Award Winners Announced

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Nearly 100 healthcare professional learners from across Canada participated in the AFMC Public Health Learning Tools Challenge to create learning / teaching tools on public health topics that will be used to enhance their education.  A panel of judges including public health physicians, medical educators, students and residents selected the 13 award winners. Financial support was provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Educator's Summary of AFMC Public Health Learning Tools

The Primary Care Leadership Track at the Duke University School of Medicine: Creating Change Agents to Improve Population Health.

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PDF innovation article from Academic Medicine. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000305

Authors: Sheline, Barbara MD, MPH; Tran, Anh N. PhD, MPH; Jackson, Joseph MD; Peyser, Bruce MD; Rogers, Susan MDiv; Engle, Deborah EdD

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Teaching Population Health: A Competency Map Approach to Education

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An article published in Academic Medicine, Vol. 88, No. 5, May 2013 - about Duke University's Department of Community and Family Medicine's care delivery and curriculum redesign outlining "the skills trainees and faculty need for population health improvement and to integrate them into educational programs".  Includes their competency map used to "develop, implement and assess training in population health".

Acad Med. 2013; 88:626-637. First published online doi: 10.1097/ACM.Ob013e31828acf27

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Recommendations for developing new learning tools

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On March 14th there was a teleconference of the PHEN New Learning Tools Working Group (Mark, Fran, Beatriz, Denise, Ian), to recommend a process for moving forward with the activity of creating new instructional tools as proposed to PHAC.

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Outils pédagogiques en santé publique de l’AFMC – Résumé des éducateurs

Barbie Shore's picture

Résumé des éducateurs relatif à 13 outils d’enseignement primés du domaine de la santé publique qui seront utilisés dans le cadre de programmes d’éducation médicale et autres programmes à l’intention des futurs professionnels de la santé de l’ensemble du Canada. Les outils sont répertoriés par ordre alphabétique selon les prix obtenus dans le cadre du Concours de production d’outils pédagogiques en santé publique de l’AFMC.

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Inclusion and Integration of Population Health into Undergraduate Medical Curriculum - Recorded Webinar

Barbie Shore's picture

AAMC-CDC Recorded Webinar from June 26, 2014 (60 min.) To promote increased public health awareness and encourage inclusion of public health perspectives, experts in the field speak about their personal experiences practicing medicine from a public health vantage point. Contemporary medical education must prepare clinicians to practice in a dramatically changing healthcare environment.

Creative Commons Licence

The Primary Care Leadership Track at the Duke University School of Medicine: Creating Change Agents to Improve Population Health.

Barbie Shore's picture

PDF innovation article from Academic Medicine. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000305

Authors: Sheline, Barbara MD, MPH; Tran, Anh N. PhD, MPH; Jackson, Joseph MD; Peyser, Bruce MD; Rogers, Susan MDiv; Engle, Deborah EdD

Abstract

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Teaching Population Health: A Competency Map Approach to Education

Barbie Shore's picture

An article published in Academic Medicine, Vol. 88, No. 5, May 2013 - about Duke University's Department of Community and Family Medicine's care delivery and curriculum redesign outlining "the skills trainees and faculty need for population health improvement and to integrate them into educational programs".  Includes their competency map used to "develop, implement and assess training in population health".

Acad Med. 2013; 88:626-637. First published online doi: 10.1097/ACM.Ob013e31828acf27

Copyright by the Association of American Medical Colleges

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Draft McGill Course Outline Block A

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From Anne Andermann: a draft of McGill's medical curriculum for the first month of medical school to be launched in 2013 which is called "Block A: Improving Health - From Molecules to Global Health."  I am posting the draft course outline for Block A for your interest. Any comments or suggestions are welcome.

 

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AFMC Public Health Learning Tools Challenge Award Winners Announced

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Nearly 100 healthcare professional learners from across Canada participated in the AFMC Public Health Learning Tools Challenge to create learning / teaching tools on public health topics that will be used to enhance their education.  A panel of judges including public health physicians, medical educators, students and residents selected the 13 award winners. Financial support was provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Educator's Summary of AFMC Public Health Learning Tools

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