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Faculty Development Week - Day 4

MacEmerg Podcast - Faculty Development Week

How to Engage Faculty in the Web 2.0 Era
Authors: Teresa Chan, Kevin Junghwan Dong

Description: Dr. Teresa Chan and Dr. Kevin Junghwan Dong discuss the benefits of engaging a podcast as an digital modality to disseminate knowledge and collaborate with clinicians.

MacEmerg Podcast Repository

MacEmerg Podcast
Authors: Teresa Chan, Kevin Junghwan Dong
Type: Podcast Repository

Description: Welcome to the MacEmerg Podcast. This page will be updated monthly with a new episode featuring the expertise, talents, and quirks of our McMaster Emergency Medicine Physicians. From Niagara to Brampton, from the ivories in Hamilton to the community shops all around - we will plan to bring you some interesting new insights and stories from our Mac affiliated faculty members and trainees.

Teresa Chan (She/Her)

Dr. Teresa Chan is an associate professor at McMaster University. Currently, she is the Assistant Dean, Program for Faculty Development in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster. She is also the Director of the RCPSC Clinician Educator Area of Focused Competency Diploma program, and the Competency Committee Co-Director for the RCPSC emergency medicine residency program. Additionally, she serves as the Social Media Lead for the McMaster Department of Medicine.

 

 

 

 

Kevin Junghwan Dong (He/Him)

Dr. Kevin Junghwan Dong is an Emergency Medicine physician in Hamilton, Ontario. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University. He is currently the Director of Continuing Professional Development in the Tri-Divisions of Emergency Medicine at McMaster University and he is one of the creators of the "MacEmerg Podcast". He is also the Director of Multimedia at CanadiEM and he has produced podcasts focused on transition to practice, mentorship, and medical education. The other podcast I work on is called CanadiEM podcasts (you can check it out on apple podcasts or canadiem.org) which is a podcast that is a mix mash of teaching, transition to practice, journal club, covid, etc.) feel free to take a listen if you think relevant. My segment is called First Year Diaries - which talks about transition to practice.