- Academic Plan
- Appendix 1 Clinical Teaching Hours
- Appendix 2 UG - CURRICULAR GOALS AND COMPETENCY BASED OBJECTIVES
- Appendix 3 Office of Health Sciences Education
- Appendix 4 INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
- Appendix 5 MedTech
- Appendix 6 Global Health Business Case
- Appendix 7
Facuty & Staff Resources
- Faculty Information (Appointment, Promotion & Tenure, Leave, etc)
- Annual Reports
- Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization (SEAMO)
- Clinical Teachers' Association of Queen's University (CTAQ)
- Getting Started in MEdTech Central
- Faculty of Health Sciences & School of Medicine Dean's Office Support Staff & Deanship Recruitment (Including Dean and Associate Deans) Impact Analysis Template (Dean's Office use only)
- NBME: Constructing Written Test Questions (PDF)
- MCQ Guidelines, MCC (PDF)
- Writing MCQs (Power Point)
Writing Multiple Choice Questions: An Introductory Tutorial. www.nbme.org/IWTutorial This self-paced, interactive tutorial provides a foundation for writing quality multiple-choice questions. The tutorial introduces some of the main principles of item writing. It is organized into sections so that you can complete part of it and easily return later. The entire tutorial takes about 45 minutes to complete. Featured topics include:
- the anatomy of an item
- basic rules for writing good stems and options
- characteristics of a quality "best-answer" item
- writing items to assess clinical reasoning
- common item flaws
- strategies for evaluating test items
- MCQ checklist (DOC)
- Writing Multiple-Choice Questions for Continuing Medical Education Activities and Self Assessment Modules, Collins
- MCQs 1 - Construction
- MCQs 2 - Technical Flaws to Avoid
- MCQs 3 - Aligning with Course Objectives
- Glossary of Assessment Terms
- Twelve tips for blueprinting, Coderre et al. (PDF)
- Michelle Gibson's Approach to Blueprinting (Word)
Interpretation and Follow-up of Assessment Results
A podcast of a workshop delivered to Course Directors by Dr. Don Klinger, Queen’s Faculty of Education
- Interpretation and Follow Up of Assessment Results (Power Point)
The workshop’s objectives were to:
- understand the concepts of reliability and validity in interpreting examination results
- know the difference between criterion-referenced and norm-referenced grading
- be familiar with the new examination process
- understand that test and item analysis is an expected part of the examination process
- Narrative Feedback (ppt) Narrative Feedback (narrated Powerpoint)
- Narrative Feedback Professionalism (pdf)
Key Features and the MCC Exam Part I
Medical Council of Canada Guidelines for the Development of Key Feature Problems and Test Cases (pdf)
A practical guide to assessing clinical decision-making skills using the key features approach (Farmer and Page 2005) (pdf)
Assessment guidelines and processes
Room Booking Requests
The Medical School building, located at 15 Arch Street, is the home base for Undergraduate Medical Education students and houses their primary classrooms and labs.
Our facility includes:
- a state-of-the-art Clinical Teaching Centre
- leading-edge classrooms
- surgical and technical skills labs
- simulation labs
- informal learning spaces
- dedicated rooms for small group learning
- DBMS anatomy learning centre laboratory
- student study space
Principles of Booking Lecture Theatres, Small Group Spaces and Common Areas
The SimLab, Anatomy Labs and Clinical Teaching Centre have separate booking procedures. Please click on the links provided above for information about booking those spaces.
- The primary commitment for room bookings within the School of Medicine building is to support the delivery of Undergraduate Medical Education ensuring that students are taught in the most appropriate learning environment.
- The secondary commitment is to support all other Faculty of Health Sciences activities including administrative, student groups and staff/faculty activities.
- The final commitment is to support University groups outside the Faculty of Health Science and external clients for a limited range of activities.
- All non-UGME teaching events require completion of the Room Booking Request Form, please check room availability before completing your form. Medical Students please use the form Medical Student Room Booking Form . To view the School of Medicine Building room availability go to SOMB Availability, Username: somb bookings , Password: BOOK. Under no circumstance will bookings be accepted by phone. A change in the date or time of a booking is considered a new booking, the previous booking must be cancelled and another Room Booking Request Form for the new booking must be submitted.
All UGME teaching and teaching related bookings must be addressed to the UGME Curricular Coordinator assigned to the curricular year for which the event is associated.
- The core teaching day for the Undergraduate Medical Education program is from 8:30 am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. (see http://meds.queensu.ca/education/undergraduate/current_students/sessional_dates for sessional dates).
Space in the lecture theatres, atriums and small group rooms will be extremely limited during these times.
- All Undergraduate Medical Education academic bookings have priority over all other requests. Other requests will only be considered and confirmed after Undergraduate Medical Education academic bookings have been finalized.
Only in exceptional circumstances will teaching bookings not have priority over all other events: events deemed to take precedence over teaching bookings must be approved by the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Medicine.
- There is no guarantee that a preferred room will be available for chosen timeslots.
Ensure that you have received your Room Booking Confirmation before confirming venues with attendees.
- Annual events must be booked and confirmed in writing every year: bookings will not carry over from one year to the next.
- Rooms must be returned to their original configuration ready for the next occupants.
A fee may be charged back to the person booking the space. If an event has custodial services are required or repairs to the space are need following an event the person booking the space will be charged.
- Undergraduate Medical Education Students have unlimited access to small group rooms and they are required to sign in to these rooms using the Room Booking System.
Students may be asked to vacate a room in the event it has been booked.
|8-12 (depends on room)||Basic stand-alone audiovisual presentation support. Wall-mounted flat screen display. Table-mounted connection panel for VGI and HDMI.|
|Full-featured multimedia classroom, lectern-mounted touchpanel control, 3 ceiling-mounted projectors and screens.|
||Full-featured multimedia classroom, lectern-mounted touchpanel control, 2 ceiling-mounted projectors and screens.|
|Conference-style table, telephone and videoconferencing, 2 flat screen displays, table-top connection panel for user presentation devices, VGA and HDMI connections.|