Energizing scholarly activity in a regional medical campus

Authors

  • Amanda Bell McMaster University
  • Ekta Khemani McMaster University
  • Seddiq Weera McMaster University
  • Chris Henderson McMaster University
  • Larry W Chambers McMaster University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36834/cmej.72593

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Implication Statement

Medical education is increasingly delivered at distributed sites away from Academic Health Sciences Centres. The Council of Ontario Faculties of Medicine recommends schools develop resources and metrics to foster regional campus scholarly activity.   Opportunities for distributed program trainees must support learning core skills in research and critical appraisal to comply with medical school accreditation standards and to develop their interests and skills in scholarly work for their future medical careers.  We describe a scholarly activity program that is a template for distributed campuses or regional teaching sites seeking to increase learner and faculty engagement and research productivity.

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Amanda Bell, McMaster University

Assistant Dean, Niagara Regional Campus

Ekta Khemani, McMaster University

Assistant Research Director, Niagara Regaional Campus

Seddiq Weera, McMaster University

Niagara Regional Campus, Research Coordinator

Chris Henderson, McMaster University

Manager, LMS and Pollicy, Niagara Health

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2021-11-01

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Bell A, Khemani E, Weera S, Henderson C, Chambers LW. Energizing scholarly activity in a regional medical campus. Can. Med. Ed. J [Internet]. 2021 Nov. 1 [cited 2024 Apr. 14];13(1):99-101. Available from: https://journalhosting.ucalgary.ca/index.php/cmej/article/view/72593

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