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    Contents General .......................................................................................................................................................... 4

    OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................. 4

    CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES ......................................................................................................................... 4

    CCME Scientific Program Committee........................................................................................................ 5

    CCME Secretariat ...................................................................................................................................... 5

    CCME Abstract Selection Committee ........................................................................................................ 5

    Accreditation ............................................................................................................................................. 6

    Social Media .............................................................................................................................................. 6

    PLENARY SESSION ..................................................................................................................................... 7

    PLENARY SESSION ..................................................................................................................................... 8

    PLENARY SESSION ..................................................................................................................................... 9

    PLENARY SESSION ................................................................................................................................... 11

    THE CCME - JOHN RUEDY EDUCATION INNOVATION SYMPOSIUM ....................................................... 12

    EDUCATION RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM ..................................................................................................... 14

    AFMC LEARNER FORUM .......................................................................................................................... 16

    AFMC HOT TOPIC .................................................................................................................................... 17

    WORKSHOPS ............................................................................................................................................... 19

    ORALS .......................................................................................................................................................... 25

    POSTERS ...................................................................................................................................................... 64

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    Dear Colleagues,

    Welcome to CCME 2020: a virtual CCME.

    On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. The Government of British Columbia, directed all event organizers to cancel any gatherings over 250 people on March 12. The safety of CCME delegates and Canada’s health workforce is paramount and a high priority for the CCME partners, five national organizations including the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada, The Canadian Association of Medical Education, the College of Family Medicine of Canada, the Medical Council of Canada and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. The Scientific Program Committee represents all five organizations and carefully prepares a conference program.

    The program theme this year is “Weaving Humanism into the Fabric of Medical Education.” Although our medical schools facilitate the acquisition of scientific expertise, this alone cannot help patients deal with the loss of health and find some sort of meaning in their illness. We must graduate physicians who can and will listen to their patients and sufficiently understand their narratives of illness to act on their patients’ behalf. Any medical school that is serious about fostering a humanistic approach among its graduates must foster the development of supportive and collaborative learning environments that value mutual respect, professionalism and academic integrity. In these unprecedented times, with the stresses that are upon the entire healthcare system, this has never been more important. We will leverage state of the art technology to bring you a virtual event with a condensed scientific program with Humanism as a focus. All original plenaries, as designed by the Scientific Program Committee, will be provided. These include the plenary sessions, the Education Innovation and Education Research symposia, the AFMC Learner Forum and AFMC Hot Topic. Abstracts for all posters, workshops and orals accepted to CCME 2020 will be published in the Canadian Medical Education Journal.

    We look forward to seeing you, virtually, at the 2020 CCME.

    Dr. Alan J. Neville BMed Biol (Path), Anna Karwowska MDCM FRCPC MBChB, MEd FRCP (Lond), FRCPC Vice President, Education Professor, Department of Oncology Association of Faculties of Medicine of Associate Dean, Health Professional Education Canada Faculty of Health Sciences McMaster University

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    Dear friends and colleagues,

    During the last short period we have all faced immense challenges and uncertainties that none of us could have anticipated. As patients, families and communities across the country come together to contend with the myriad and evolving impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak, never before has society relied more on healthcare professionals.

    As leaders from the Faculties of Medicine across Canada we understand that our objectives are to equip our learners with the scientific skills and knowledge to prevent and treat disease. We also understand that our imperative is to do this while emphasizing the importance of equity, compassion and respect to the practice of medicine. At challenging times such as these, it is important that we continue to wholeheartedly embrace these values ourselves. We must work collaboratively to care for and support our learners, patients and communities, as well as each other. Together, we will get through this.

    It is in this spirit that we come together for CCME 2020: Weaving Humanism into the Fabric of Medical Education – a timely theme as we navigate this unprecedented situation through collaboration and a commitment to caring for our patients, our families, our communities and for this community.

    Sincerely,

    Dermot Kelleher, MB, MD, FRCP, FRCPI, FMedSci, FCAHS, FRCPC, AGAF Dean, Faculty of Medicine Vice-President, Health The University of British Columbia

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    General Information OVERVIEW Since 2005, the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME), College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), Medical Council of Canada (MCC), and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) have worked together to organize the premier Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME). The CCME has become an exceptional forum for those involved in medical education along the continuum to come together to share their experiences, their research and their innovations. Collaboration to improve medical education in Canada and globally can only lead to improved health for the communities and patients we serve.

    On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization has declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. The Government of British Columbia, directed all event organizers to cancel any gatherings over 250 people on March 12. The safety of CCME delegates and Canada’s health workforce is paramount and a high priority for CCME partners. Therefore CCME 2020 is going virtual. We will leverage state of the art virtual technology to bring you a virtual event with a condensed scientific program. All original plenaries, as designed by the Scientific Program Committee, will be provided. These include the plenary sessions, the Education Innovation and Education Research symposia, the AFMC Learner Forum and AFMC Hot Topic. Abstracts for all posters, workshops and orals accepted to CCME 2020 will be published in the Canadian Medical Education Journal.

    CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES • Collaborate on innovations and research across the medical education continuum (undergraduate, postgraduate, continuing professional development, faculty development, and patient education).

    • Discuss strategies to create and implement change within the medical education system.

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    CCME Scientific Program Committee Dr. Alan Neville, Hamilton, (Chair) (AFMC) Dr. Brenna Lynn, Vancouver (AFMC) Dr. Claire Touchie, Ottawa (MCC) Dr. Liane Patsula, Ottawa (MCC) Dr. Debra Pugh, Ottawa (MCC) Dr. Samantha Hallman, Ottawa (RCPSC) Dr. Marcio Gomes, Ottawa (RCPSC) Dr. Karen Leslie, Toronto (CAME) Dr. Anne Drover, St. John's (CAME) Dr. Lyne Ménard, Montreal (CFPC) Dr. Sudha Koppula, Edmonton (CFPC) Dr. Bob Bluman, Vancouver (CFPC)

    CCME Secretariat Dr. Anna Karwowska, VP Education, AFMC Ola Ayoub, Conference Manager Amelia Hagen, Conference Coordinator Cindy Wennekes, Conference Assistant

    CCME Abstract Selection Committee Dr. Marguerite Roy,