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The Canadian Healthcare Education Common's Virtual Library provides educators and learners with easy access to educational materials, including virtual patients or electronic cases.

Utilizing the CHEC-AFMC tagging system: newly standardized for AFMC-Infoway

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Welcome to the CHEC-AFMC tagging system – newly standardized to provide users with increased ability to browse & find resources in the library.

This document provides an overview of the type of content available in the AFMC - Infoway Physician in Training eHealth Curriculum & eLearning CHEC library.

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Influencing Change: Preparing the Next Generation of Clinicians to Practice in the Digital Age.

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Building on a foundation established in 2011 by Canada Health Infoway and Canada’s faculties of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy this article outlines efforts and initiatives to support faculty in preparing future clinicians to understand and practice in a digital environment. Links to resources are provided.

Key Points:

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Annotated Bibliography - (HCM)

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This document contains an informative and helpful annotated bibliography created by the faculty development workshop presenters of 'Health Communication Management.'

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eHealth Faculty Development Toolkit (CDM)

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The link will direct individuals to an internet-based repository run by Dr. Robert Hayward. The website contains additional eHealth resources pertinent to the topic of "Clinical Decision Management.

eHealth FD Toolkit

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CFMS Guide to Medical Professionalism: Recommendations for Social Media

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Being a Student Professional. the guide was motivated by a strong desire from both students and faculty for guidance in this area from the learner’s perspective.   Production of the document was the final step in a sustained deliberation among student leaders affiliated with the CFMS.
  The guide is divided into four main sections: professional guidelines, best-practice recommendations, sample case-studies, and an extensive review of the academic literature on medical students and social media.
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eHealth Competencies for Undergraduate Medical Education - (HCM)

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Background

To better prepare medical students to practice in modern, technology-enabled, clinical environments, the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) in partnership with Canada Health Infoway (Infoway) has initiated a project on ehealth curriculum and eLearning.

A key goal of the initiative is develop ehealth competencies for undergraduate medical education.

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Environmental Scan of eHealth in Canadian Undergraduate Medical Curriculum / Analyse contextuelle de la cybersanté dans le programme d’enseignement médical prédoctoral Canadien

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In 2011, the AFMC, in partnership with Canada Health Infoway, launched the AFMC-Infoway Physician in Training: e-Health Curriculum and e-Learning Project. The goal of the project is to improve clinical practice and patient care by supporting clinicians in their adoption and use of electronic health record systems. The initiative focuses on the integration of ehealth, including the integration of information and communication technology and informatics curriculum in faculties of medicine across Canada.

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Les futurs professionnels de la santé nous parlent des médias sociaux

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"Cette vidéo a été réalisée par l’équipe de l’Unité de recherche en pratique pharmaceutique (URPP) du CHU Sainte-Justine et par Jean-François Bussières, professeur titulaire de clinique à la Faculté de pharmacie de l’Université de Montréal, avec la collaboration de Denis Lebel, pharmacien au CHU Sainte-Justine, Émilie Mégrourèche, étudiante à la Faculté de pharmacie de l’Université de Montréal et Rhoda Weiss-Lambrou, Responsable de l’intégration des médias sociaux en enseignement (MSE) Centre de pédagogie appliquée aux sciences de la santé (CPASS) Faculté de médecine de l’Université de Mont

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