June 13 - 15, 2018
Performance-based teaching, learning and assessment have been used in Canadian pharmacy education for more than a decade. OSCEs have been used as part of the national licensing examination in pharmacy for more than five years, and have been used in continuing competency assessment in various parts of Canada since the 1980s. As a result, Canadian pharmacy schools have developed unique expertise in the design, development and implementation of performance-based teaching and testing techniques.
Participants will work collaboratively, share material developed during the workshop, and engage in a process of case writing, case reviewing, standard setting and role playing with simulated patient-actors.
Attendees will leave the workshop with eight written, reviewed and validated cases with performance standards set.
Come to Toronto to learn more about how to apply these principles to your own curriculum. You'll gain the knowledge and skills to position yourself at the leading edge of proven practices in pharmacy education.
Here's What Participants Are Saying:
"A wonderful team building exercise and productive training. Highly collaborative."
- Mark Sawkin - University of Missouri - Kansas City
"Engaging and collaborative instructional workshop."
- Alex Isaacs - Purdue University
"The workshop provided valuable insights into the best practices of OSCE development. It was both challenging and fun."
- Lisa Hutchinson - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Who Should Attend?
Teams of educators (recommended team of 3 or 4) from pharmacy schools and organizations interested in performance-based teaaching, learning and assessment.
$1,399 + HST per registrant
Where Do I Go?
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
144 College Street
Toronto, ON M5S 3M2