Lifelong Learning

Scholarly Activities

Abstracts Published as Conference Proceedings

Oral Presentations

Giddings G., Jahangir K., Davison, S. (September 2016). Development of a novel Competency-Based Kidney Palliative Medicine Academic Enrichment Training Program for Palliative Care. [Oral Presentation at Australia New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine Conference, Perth, Australia]

Khurram Jahangir, Gordon Giddings, Sara Davison (2016). Precision Assessment & Learning (PAL): Helping foster a culture of accountability by empowering the learners. [Accepted for Oral Presentation at CCME 2017, Winnipeg]

Khurram Jahangir, Lorraine Dubois, Lara Cooke, Shelley Ross (2016). Evaluating a tool for assimilating Competence-By-Design: A innovative new survey designed to capture perceived and unperceived needs of family physicians in Alberta in the context of CanMEDS competencies. [Accepted for Oral Presentation at CCME 2017, Winnipeg]

Poster Presentations

Jahangir K., Fora A. (October 2016). Precision Assessment & Learning (PAL): Aptitude-by-Design. [Poster Presentation at 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference, Toronto]

Jahangir K, Lara Cooke, Lorraine Dubois, Shelley Ross. (October 2016). A survey designed to capture perceived and unperceived needs of family physicians in Alberta around CanMEDS roles. [Poster Presentation at 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference, Toronto]

Johnson D., Setchell B., Tennant M., Kherani A., Dotan A., Jahangir K. (October 2016). An Innovative Method of Presenting Practice Specific Data to Physicians: Retinal Detachment Success Rates for Alberta. [Poster Presentation at 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference, Toronto]

Johnson D., Setchell B., Mok D., Switzer N., Jahangir K. (October 2016). The Use of Data to Promote Physician Learning: Cholecystectomy Conversion Rates for the Province of Alberta. [Poster Presentation at 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference, Toronto]

Setchell B., Johnson D., Jahangir K. (October 2016). Using Gantt Charts to Manage Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Activities in Alberta. [Poster Presentation at 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference, Toronto]

Giddings G., Jahangir K., Davison, S. (October 2016). Innovative Training Options for Physicians in the Palliation of End Stage Kidney Disease Patients. [Poster Presentation at International Congress on Palliative Care, Montreal]

Giddings G., Jahangir K., Davison, S. (November 2016). Meeting Palliative Clinicians' Advanced Learning Needs in Kidney Palliative Care. [Poster Presentation at American Society of Nephrology – Kidney Week 2016, Chicago, USA]

Johnson, D., Crossley, J., Jahangir, K. (2016). Using flowcharts for improved efficiency in delivery of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) activities. [Accepted for Poster Presentation at CCME 2017, Winnipeg]

Jahangir K., Ivanochko T., Fora A. (2016). Digitizing Lifelong Learning’s strategic plan to emphasize its dynamic nature. [Accepted for Poster Presentation at CCME 2017, Winnipeg]

Crossley, J., Fora, A., Jahangir, K. (2016). Recognizing and establishing enabling mechanisms for successful realization of collaborative to advance healthcare quality outcomes. [Accepted for Poster Presentation at CCME 2017, Winnipeg]

Jahangir K., Schneeweiss S. (2016). Collaborative between two CPD Offices for Accreditation of CME Programs using a Peer-Review “Buddy” Process. [Accepted for Poster Presentation at Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME), Annual Conference 2017, Scottsdale, Arizona, US]

Jahangir K. (2016). Establishing a new Academic CPD Entity at the University of Alberta: Envisioning a new lifelong learning system by realizing synergy & creating collaborations to enhance physician learning. [Accepted for Oral Presentation at Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME), Annual Conference 2017, Scottsdale, Arizona, US]

Mahmod S. Mohamed, Dianne Johnson, Daniel Sadowski, Clarence Wong (2016). Post colonoscopy colorectal cancers in Alberta. A process for identifying true cases. [Accepted for Poster Presentation at Canadian Digestive Disease Week (CDDW) 2017, Banff, Alberta]

Abstracts Submitted to be Published as Conference Proceedings

Daniel C. Sadowski, Dianne E. Johnson, Khurram Jahangir, Clarence K. Wong (2016). Post-Colonoscopy Colorectal Cancers identified by Population based Analysis are Frequently Related to Factors Independent of Colonoscopy Quality. [Submitted for Presentation at CDDW 2017, Banff, Alberta]