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Gauging reflective practice in pediatric residency candidates through an MMI station

Dr. Spencer van Mil, PGY2

Supervisor: Dr. Quang Ngo

We used an MMI station during the CaRMS 2019 cycle to challenges candidates to demonstrate their ability to engage in reflective practices and self-assessment. We are now validating the station using Messick’s framework. Further, do the results of these stations have any predictive value for future performance and reflective practices as a pediatric resident?

Objective:

To validate an MMI station intended to identify candidates with poor reflective practices.

Retrospective Case Audit of the QTc Prolonging Effects of Domperidone in Children

Dr. Omar Taibah, PGY3

Supervisor: Dr. Tapas Mondal

This project is a retrospective chart review of ECGs in cases involving the prescription of domperidone for GERD over a period of 6 months to evaluate the effects of the medication on the QTc interval.

Objectives of the presentation:

  1. Receive feedback on the study design and hypothesis.
  2. Explore ideas for further outcomes to study.
  3. Discuss the current practice of obtaining ECGs when prescribing domperidone.

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