The presentation includes a framework for viewing continuing professional development (CPD) in a system of health care. Dr. Silver will review and apply evidence-based methods of CPD within a public health context. Additionally, there will be a focus on linking learning formats to expected learning outcomes. Participants will have the chance to discover ideas that could enhance their personal life-long learning journey and the journeys of others.
Presenter: Dr. Ivan Silver
Dr. Silver joined the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in December 2011 as its’ first Vice President of Education. Prior to this he was the inaugural director of the Centre for Faculty Development (2002-2009) and the Vice-Dean of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) (2005-2011) in the Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Silver is a full Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and a practicing psychiatrist at CAMH where his focus is geriatric psychiatry.
As the Vice-President of Education at CAMH, he oversees all of the service and academic programs in education at the hospital linked to the university. Dr. Silver is continuing his education research and scholarship in the areas of feedback, professionalism, continuing professional development and life long learning.
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