Creating space for leadership education in undergraduate medical education in Canada

Authors

  • Ming-Ka Chan University of Manitoba
  • Auriele Volk University of Alberta
  • Nivedh Patro McMaster University
  • Wonjae Lee McMaster University
  • Lyn K Sonnenberg University of Alberta
  • Deepak Dath McMaster University
  • Diane de Camps Meschino University of Toronto

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36834/cmej.73216

Abstract

The need for effective leadership by physicians is clear, yet the design/delivery of curricula, and assessment of leadership competencies, in Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) continues to need work. In reappraising their UGME assessment strategies, the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) invited position papers across diverse lenses, including the CanMEDS Intrinsic Roles. This article is foundational work derived from the report on leadership assessment to the MCC. Using Kern’s Model of Curriculum development as a guide, we reviewed the landscape of Canadian UGME leadership education through an environmental scan of the published and grey literature, Canadian leadership frameworks and resources, and consultation with learner and faculty leadership. Leadership education across programs was highly variable and learners were often unaware of available opportunities. In response, we have suggested processes for curricular development, including strategies for key content, teaching and assessment, and program evaluation considerations. Leadership education cannot remain another checkbox on a list of UGME experiences. Such training necessitates focused attention and investment to foster ongoing identity formation toward becoming a good doctor.

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Author Biographies

Auriele Volk, University of Alberta

Medical Student (MD Class of 2024)

Nivedh Patro, McMaster University

Resident Physician

 

Wonjae Lee, McMaster University

Medical Student (MD Class of 2022)

Lyn K Sonnenberg, University of Alberta

Associate Dean, Educational Innovation & Academic Technologies, University of Alberta Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital

Deepak Dath, McMaster University

Professor

Diane de Camps Meschino, University of Toronto

Associate Professor & Co-chair Leader Role, Department of Psychiatry

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Chan M-K, Volk A, Patro N, Lee W, Sonnenberg LK, Dath D, de Camps Meschino D. Creating space for leadership education in undergraduate medical education in Canada . Can. Med. Ed. J [Internet]. 2022 Jun. 13 [cited 2024 May 27];13(4):36-48. Available from: https://journalhosting.ucalgary.ca/index.php/cmej/article/view/73216

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