2013 Annual Conference
EVOLVING THE CONTINUUM OF LEARNING: SHIFTING CULTURE TOWARDS COLLABORATION
HOW WE WORK AND LEARN TOGETHER FOR THE BENEFIT OF LEARNERS AND PATIENTS
June 11, 2013, Vancouver, BC
In an ever changing health care environment there is a need to ensure CHE/CPD delivery continues to evolve including shifting cultures towards interprofessional and interagency collaboration in health care. CACHE 2013 provides an environment to exchange best practices around CHE/CPD, its impact on health professionals, patient care, health systems and society and to discuss innovations in shifting cultures towards collaboration across all stages of the learning continuum.
In addition to our 2013 CACHE Conference, we are very pleased to offer you a new opportunity to share knowledge and best practices on the continuum of learning for the healthcare professionals as the CACHE Conference coincides with the Collaborating Across Borders (CAB) IV conference from June 12-14. Consider registering for both conferences.
Please visit conference website to:
- View advance notice
- View call for abstracts
- Submit abstracts online
- View committee listing
- Book your accommodation
- Learn about program updates
To submit an abstract, please go to this link. Only abstracts submitted electronically will be accepted. If you have any questions regarding abstracts or wish to be an abstract reviewer, please contact Katia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite you to share your work, ideas, best practices, research and challenges with fellow Canadian CHE/CPD and regulatory professionals by submitting an abstract for a workshop, research paper, best practice, facilitated poster or innovation booth related to the following themes:
Subthemes: Interprofessional learning, collaborative practice learning, leveraging workplace technology for learning, learning together and learning to work together
Subthemes: Use of technology in CHE/CPD, continuum of learning,outcomes measurement, CPD culture shift for interprofessional learning in practice, current trends on how professionals learn
Subthemes: Self reflection, self assessment, CPD impact on practice, quality improvement, multisource feedback, simulations
Subthemes: CHE/CPD collaboration models, barriers and facilitators of collaboration, culture shift for collaboration, collaborative learning in the workplace
We also welcome submission of other topics of relevance to CHE/CPD. However, priority will be given to abstracts related to the program theme and subthemes.
January 23, 2013