Date: Jul 30, 2020 09:00 AM - Jul 31, 2020 04:00 PM
Registration closes on Jul 30, 2020 08:45 AM
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- Describe the process for developing Objective Structured Clinical Examinations
- Discuss issues related to implementation of OSCEs within a pharmacy curriculum
- Reflect upon opportunities to enhance the quality of pharmacy education through use of performance based teaching, learning, and assessment
Zubin Austin, Ph.D.
Brief Bio : Professor Austin is the only University of Toronto Faculty member to ever have received both the President’s Research Impact Award (for societal significance of his work) and the President’s Teaching Excellence Award. In 2017, he was installed as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences for his contributions in support of the health workforce. He is an international leader in the area of bridging education for internationally educated professionals, and is regularly commissioned by health professions’ regulatory bodies in Canada, the US, the UK and Australia to study competency-related issues. He has delivered over 150 keynote presentations at international conferences. In 2019 he was selected to deliver the Herbert Platter Lecture at the Federation of State Medical Boards (US) meeting.