Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) Conference 2016

The University of Toronto was delighted to host the Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) Conference 2016. Thank you to all those who presented and attended. 

We were excited to partner with the Wilson Centre  – a global leader in advancing health care education and practice through research – to highlight and advance the LIC research agenda at CLIC 2016. 

View the CLIC 2016 Conference Program (PDF).

View CLIC Conference abstracts (PDF).

View a recap of CLIC 2016: Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships Conference (CLIC) puts patients at the centre of medical education


Conference presentation highlights:

The Potential and Peril of Integration: A Framework for Curricula

Speakers: Drs. Nicole Woods, Maria Mylopoulos, and Tina Martimianakis, The Wilson Centre
Discussant: Dr. Paul Worley, Flinders University
Moderator: Dr. Kulamakan Kulasegaram, The Wilson Centre

Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships CLIC Conference 2016 - Panel Presentation


Physician Identity of the Future: The Third Era

Presenter:  Dr. Brian Hodges

Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships CLIC Conference 2016 - Plenary Dr. Brian Hodges

Embracing Emancipatory Leadership: An Approach to Deepening Impact

Presented by: Mr. Nouman Ashraf

Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships CLIC Conference 2016 - Plenary Mr. Nouman Ashraf


A LIC in an Urban Setting with Regular Clerks: Organizational Challenges and Solutions Bernier, Gagnon, Xhignesse, Bourque View Presentation
Admitting Why They Want It: Student Reported Admissions Attributes for a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) Hutchinson, Hawa, Bernstein, Kulasegaram, Hanson View Presentation
Advocating for the Advocacy Role in Undergraduate Medical Education Owen, Sharma, Moaveni, Weyman, Berger, Valin, Bernstein View Presentation
Balancing Consistency and Variety in a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship at an Academic Hospital  Han, Pattani, Dang, Pittini, Zirkle View Presentation
Challenges and Opportunities in Converting All Medical Schools to Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (LIC)  Mahoney, Worley View Presentation
Challenges of Complete Transformation from Block to a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Model   Abankwah, Freeland View Presentation
Challenges of Creating LICs in Metro Settings with Many Traditional Block Rotations Brooks, Pereira, Hobday, Ercan-Fang View Presentation

Cross Country Check-up: LICs in Canada

Cummings, Graves, Myrhe View Presentation
E-Orientation: A Novel Approach to Student and Faculty Orientation in an Urban LIC Moaveni, Lazor, Bernstein View Presentation
Harnessing Technology to Power our LICs: Scheduling, Mapping, "App"ing and Beyond Sorrentino, Foster, Wood View Presentation
Impact of Community Size on Primary Care Career Choice  Simanton, Jensen View Presentation
Implementing a New Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship: No Harder Than Quitting Smoking Dodson, Knutson, Beard View Presentation
Keeping the Ball Rolling: Sharing Preceptor Development Resources Across LIC Campuses Whitlock View Presentation
Longitudinal Rounds - Using Student-Generated Questions to Understand and Optimize Longitudinal Learning Saravanan, Hirsh, Ogur View Presentation
Longitudinal Quality Improvement Projects During the Primary Clinical Year Schellpfeffer View Presentation
Not So Natural Selection: Community-Engaged LIC Selection Greenhill View Presentation
Searching for Health Care Change Agents: The Admissions Process for Students in the Duke Primary Care Leadership Track Rogers View Presentation
System 1 and System 2 Clinical Reasoning Performance by Block and Longitudinal Integrated Clerks in a Structured Clinical Oral Internal Medicine Clerkship Examination Panisko, Lorens, Robertson, Devine View Presentation
Texting While Driving: A Prospective Feasibility Study of Morning Podcasts to Improve Clinical Education Skills Among LIC Preceptors Bernstein, Whitlock, Wood, Mazotti, Drowos, Ziv, Latessa, George, Porter View Presentation
What They Have Said and Done, and What They Are Doing Now Wyatt View Presentation


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