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Case Presentations and Journal Clubs

Residents will deliver a number of different presentations throughout the residency year.  These include pharmacy case presentations, presentations to other health professionals, journal clubs, ect.

Required Presentation Slide Template

Residents are required to use the following presentation slide template for ALL presentations, including case presentations and project presentations.

Required Slide Template

Expectations of the Resident for Presentations and Journal Clubs

  1. Prior to delivering the presentation, the resident will document some learning objectives that they have for themselves for the presentation in the Resident Presentation and Journal Clubs Objectives and Reflection form.  The resident will send this form to themselves prior to the presentation.  Instructions for doing this are below.
  2. Prior to delivering the presentation, the resident will send the evaluation below to their preceptor so that the preceptor can evaluate them during the presentation.
  3. After the presentation, the resident will reflect of how their presentation went in the Resident Presentation and Journal Clubs Objectives and Reflection form that they sent to themselves prior to the presentation, including what went well and what they would like to improve on. 
  4. The resident will also add a copy of the presentation (PDF handout or slides) to the Residency Presentation folder.  The Program Coordinator will send the residents the link to the folder.  The Program is required to obtain copies of presentations for accreditation purposes.  These will be maintained in a confidential folder.  
  5. The resident will include learning objectives for the learner (i.e. audience) at the beginning of ALL presentations.

Case Presentation Evaluation Form

The following evaluation form will be used to evaluate the residents during all case presentations, including their BC Case Presentations.  This will increase the residents' familiarity with the required case presentation format and also provide them with feedback on their presentations.

BC Competency Based Case Presentation Evaluation Form

For case presentations conducted during rotations, residents will be responsible for sending this evaluation to their preceptor via one45 prior to their case presentation so that the preceptor can evaluate the resident during the presentation. 

Resident Instructions for Sending Case Presentation Evaluation Form to Your Preceptor

Residents are to follow these instructions to send the case presentation evaluation form their preceptor for case presentations that occur during rotations.  For the BC Case Presentations, the evaluations will automatically be sent to the evaluators.  Residents do not need to send this form to the BC Case Presentation evaluators.

1. At the beginning of every direct patient care rotation, the link below will appear in your one45 To Do lists:

 

2. Prior to the day of your presentation, click on the link.  A new box opens.  Choose the evaluation form: "Competency Based Evaluation of BC Resident Case Presentation".  Choose the Preceptor that is to evaluate you.  Choose the date of the presentation.  Click submit.  The evaluation will be sent to the preceptor and will appear in their To Do list in one45.

3. If this link does not appear in your "To Do" box, please contact the Program Coordinator to request that the "Competency Based Evaluation of BC Resident Case Presentation" be sent to your preceptor.  Be sure to include the name of the preceptor, the rotation and the date of the presentation.   

 
BC Case Presentation

As a requirement for successful completion of the program, our residents will each present one formal patient-focussed case presentation to the BC Residents and Coordinators.  The BC Case Presentations are held in Vancouver.  The BC Coordinators will evaluate the resident’s performance as pass/fail based on the criteria outlined in the evaluation form above.  If the quality of a resident’s presentation is not judged to be acceptable by the Coordinators, the resident will be given another opportunity to present.  The presentation should be 20 minutes in length. 

IH Program Policies

  1. Residents will receive their case presentation date at the beginning of the residency year.  This will be scheduled in one45 under "My Calendar".
  2. Residents will use the above slide template for ALL presentations, including case presentations and project presentations.
  3. The Program Coordinator will “check-in” with the resident prior to their case presentation to ensure they are on track and to review their slides. 
  4. Residents will present their BC Case Presentation in Vancouver.  These presentations will be videoconferenced to all sites in BC where a resident is on rotation.  Residents attending the BC Case Presentation as an audience member (not presenter) will attend the sessions via videoconference from their rotation sites.
  5. Residents are to refer to their one45 "My Calendar" for the locations of the BC Case Presentations in Vancouver and at all IH resident rotation sites.   
  6. The resident who is presenting will put a copy of their presentation slides in PDF format into the BC Case Presentation dropbox no later than midnight the night before presentation so that slides can be viewed by the audience (Residency Coordinators and fellow BC residents) during the presentation.
  7. The "Competency Based Evaluation of BC Resident Case Presentations" will be used to evaluate the residents on their performance.  This evaluation will automatically be sent to the BC residency coordinators prior the presentation date.  Residents do not have to send this evaluation.
  8. Example case presentations will be provided to the residents at the beginning of the residency year.

Journal Club Evaluation Form

The following evaluation form will be used to evaluate the residents during all journal clubs that the resident facilitates. 

Competency-Based Evaluation of Resident-Journal Club

For journal clubs conducted during rotations, residents will be responsible for sending this evaluation to their preceptor via one45 prior to their journal club so that the preceptor can evaluate the resident during the journal club.  Residents should follow the instructions above and choose "Competency-Based Evaluation of Resident-Journal Club" to send the evaluation to their preceptor. 

Other Presentations such as Inservices or Presentations to other Health Professionals

Other presentations, such as presentations to allied health professionals/nursing inservices that are not case presentations, can be evaluated using the following evaluation form. 

Competency-Based Evaluation for Resident Inservice (Non-Case-Based) Presentation

For inservice presentations and presentations delivered that are not case-based presentations conducted during rotations, residents will be responsible for sending this evaluation to their preceptor via one45 prior to their presentation so that the preceptor can evaluate the resident during the presentation.  Residents should follow the instructions above to choose the "Competency-Based Evaluation for Resident Inservice (Non-Case-Based) Presentation".

Resident Instructions for Learning Objectives and Reflection for Presentations and Journal Clubs

  1. In the To Do screen in one45 follow the instructions above to self-send the Resident Presentation and Journal Club Objectives and Reflection form to yourself. 
  2. Choose the rotation that you are on.  Do this for the BC Case Presentations and project presentations as well.
  3. List some objectives that you have for yourself for the presentation. 
  4. Save the form.
  5. After the presentation, reflect in this form about what went well and what you learned or would like to improve on. 
  6. Submit the form. 
  7. This process is to be followed for all rotation presentations and journal clubs, your BC Case Presentations and your project presentations.

 

 

 


-Last updated June 7, 2018