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Medical Education Retreat 2012

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"Critical Thinking: How to Define, Teach, and Assess?"

Visiting Professor and Plenary Speaker:

Patrick Croskerry, MD, PhD

Patrick Croskerry, MD, PhD - Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, and Division of Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Pat Croskerry is the Professor of Emergency Medicine at Dalhousie University and a leading expert in critical thinking and decision making. For more than a decade,

Dr. Croskerry has worked in the area of patient safety and diagnostic errors. During his talk, Dr. Croskerry will be discussing the dual process model of decision making which is the core of Daniel Kahneman's best seller, "Thinking Fast and Slow." Insights from the retreat will be broadly applicable across our health profession schools. We look forward to this opportunity to bring together an interprofessional audience to engage in a dialogue about critical thinking.

Agenda

Retreat Info

  • When: March 1, 2012 7:30 am-3:00 pm
  • Where: Case School of Medicine, E426
  • Register: Closed

Poster Presentation

Letters of acceptance will be emailed to the first author/presenter. If you have not received an e-mail confirmation of the receipt of your abstract within 48 business hours following submission, please contact Minoo Darvish at (216) 368-3356 or email at minoo.darvish@case.edu.