Date: September 17, 2023 - September 17, 2023
The world of medical education is rapidly evolving in the face of technological advances as well as emerging evidence from research on the efficacy of teaching methods. It becomes imperative for the clinical as well as the didactic healthcare teacher to keep abreast of new developments in the field to ensure that their teaching methodology is informed by these advances, and remains effective at enabling their student to become well-rounded, skilled professionals.
Women service study day on teaching methodology will focus on updates in the field of medical education. It will cover both teaching skills and techniques, as well as enhance learning skills in workplace-based settings for practicing clinicians.
It is designed to meet the learning and knowledge needs of healthcare educators as well as providers in Obstetrics and Gynecology, from primary care to tertiary level.
The ultimate goal of the symposium is to ensure the provision of high quality of medical education related to obstetrics and gynecology.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate education as well as continuing professional development topics:
- O&G interprofessional training experiences from the Middle East: Can we rely on Western evidence?
- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) use in teaching
- Teaching Empathy and compassion in healthcare
- Do we have choice in what specialty we choose? Personality make-up and choice of medical specialty
- Micro-Moments of Teaching
- Feedback and assessment
- Influence of cultural diversity in multi-professional team learning
- Simulation training for providers in women’s health: is there evidence it improves outcomes?
By the end of the symposium, delegates should be able to:
- Identify and discuss the current updates in medical education within obstetrics and gynecology
- Discuss the current evidence-based methods of teaching in obstetrics and gynecology
- Identify the merits and application of some of the relevant aspects of medical education in Obstetrics and gynecology including interprofessional learning and simulation training
- Allied Health Professionals
- Medical education researchers
Reward Credits CME 6 Pionts
- Dr. Suruchi Mohan
- Dr. Gbemisola Okunoye
- Dr. Deepa Subramanian
- Dr. Hala Abdullahi
- Dr. Nusrat Fazal
- Dr. Medhat Alberry
- Dr. Abdulkadir Wagley
- Dr. Ashok Oliparambil
- Dr. Wessam Nabeih
- CN Nona Giurici
- CM Magdalene Mushore
- Dr. Gamal Ahmed, Sr Consultant O&G, Hamad Medical Corporation / Associate Professor, University of Dundee UK
- Dr. Gbemisola Okunoye, Senior Consultant O&G and Division Chief of Obstetrics, Sidra Medicine
- Dr. Suruchi Mohan, Consultant O&G & Education Lead, Sidra Medicine
- Dr. Ehab Abdel Aziz, Consultant Family Medicine and Manager QU Health Center, PHCC
- Dr. Shuja Reagu, Senior Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist Head of Mental Health Hospital Services
- Dr. Dilek Yigit, Associate Professor, Endodontics, College of Dental Medicine, Qatar University
- Dr. Caitlin Huckell, Clerkship directors, Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar
- Dr. Moune Jabre WCM, Clerkship directors, Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar
- Dr. Barbara Blackie - Senior Consultant and Education Lead, Peds ED Sidra Medicine
- Dr. Wessam Nabeih - Consultant Anesthesiologist and Simulation Lead Anesthesia, Sidra Medicine
- Dr. Hala Abdullahi - Senior Consultant O&G, Sidra Medicine