Primary Care Learning Series

Join us to learn research and quality assurance projects being conducted by the primary and integrated health care community

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Date: January 30th, 2023 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm AST

This event is free and open to everyone. You must register in advance:

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This seminar will consist of one presentations:

“lnterprofessional Collaboration between health professional learners when breaking bad news: a JBI scoping review”

About the speaker(s)

Stephen G Miller MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP, MEd
Dr. Miller is the Associate Dean of Continuing Professional Development and Medical Education since 2020 as well as the Director of Simulation for the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine since 2019. He is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and works clinically as an Emergency Physician at the Halifax Infirmary in the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre in Halifax. He received a Master of Health Professions Education (Curriculum Studies) from Acadia University where his focus/interest was in simulation-based education in 2014. He has co­authored and presented widely with publications and presentations in inter­professional education, feedback research, breaking bad news, medical education, and simulation-based education. He co-led the development and implementation of the Simulation Leader Inter-professional Instructor Course (SLIICTM) which has trained over 250 simulation facilitators while offered at Dalhousie University. He also co-led with Dr. Lackie, the team that developed the first iteration of the new hybrid e-SLIIC simulation course in spring of 2022.

Kelly Lackie BScN, MN, PhD, RN, CCSNE
Dr. Lackie is the Associate Director of Simulation-based Education & Inter­professional Education and an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing, Dalhousie University. She is cross-appointed to the Department of Emergency Medicine, Faulty of Medicine, Dalhousie University and is an Affiliate Scientist at Nova Scotia Health. Dr. Lacki e’s program of research is situated in the discipline of inter-professional education for collaborative person-centered practice {IPECP) which focuses on a number of interrelated areas, including inter-professional education, learning, practice, and care; simulation-enhanced inter-professional education; psychological safety; inter-professional collaboration and productivity; competency assessment; evidence-based decision-making; and health systems planning. Dr. Lackie sits on the Steering Committee and co-leads the Knowledge Network of I nte rprofessiona I Research.Global (I PR.GI oba I), the G loba I Network for Inter-professional Education and Collaborative Research. Dr. Lackie, co-lead of the development of inter-professional facilitator competencies, has offered inter­professional facilitator development workshops since 2006. She was the co-Director of the Simulation Leaders Inter-professional Instructor Course (SLIIC) and has co-led the development of the new Inter-professional Simulation Facilitation Course, which builds upon and the previous well-known SLIIC.

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