Drs. Thiem and Condon are part of a research study with the University of Toronto entitled, “A cross country check-up: Assessing generalism in Canadian pre-clerkship case-based curricular materials.”
The study will utilize a short assessment tool (Toronto Generalism Assessment Tool (T-GAT)) to quantify the degree to which generalist principles are present in pre-clerkship undergraduate learning materials across the country, including Manitoba.
Participation in this research study will provide valuable feedback and help improve efforts to include generalism principles into case-based learning materials, so please consider participation.
Drs. Thiem and Condon will be looking for 10-20 DFM faculty members to participate in this study in the upcoming months, with more details to follow.