Welcome to the Department of Medical Imaging web site!

 

The Education Project
The Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Western Ontario

The success of the Department of Medical Imaging's Education Project's First International Conference on Expanding Scholarship in Medical Imaging Education caused the formation of the Society for Scholarship in Medical Imaging Education.
The Executive Members of the Society are in the process of planning the Second International Conference on Expanding Scholarship in Medical Imaging Education.

Our Vision Our Research |  Our Team


Our Vision

Three Goals:

1. Strengthen curriculum design and implementation (including IT) in response to educational needs;
2. Support and guide ‘the art of teaching’ for faculty and residents at both practical and theoretical levels;
3. Advance educational scholarship in medical imaging education.

Three Deliverables:

1. Enhance Medical Imaging curriculum;
     -at the post-graduate level, to meet RCPSC requirements
     -at the undergraduate level through collaboration with the Dean’s office
2. Organize Education workshops for faculty members and residents;
3. Publish papers in peer-review journals on Radiology Education.

Our Research

Scholarship in Radiology Education - New Research and Scholarly Initiatives Award, Major Grants Competition (aka ADF)

The success of the Department of Medical Imaging's Education Project, the First International Conference on Expanding Scholarship in Medical Imaging Education, and the Society for Scholarship in Medical Imaging initiated the writing of the following textbooks:

1. Radiology Education: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

 

2. Radiology Education: Challenges and Trends

Radiology Education: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learningeducation

Our Team

Dr. Teresa Van Deven, Curriculum & Pedagogy Support (CaPS)
Dr. Andrea Lum, Chair of UWO Medical Imaging July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2013
Dr. Kathy Hibbert, Founding Director

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