Wednesday, 27 September 2017

MedEd Conference Symposia, Workshops, Conference Papers and Invited Presentations

2014 to 2019

MHPE (2009-2012). Faculty development program at MEU and CenMED, NUS (since 2010); presentations, workshops and symposia at APMEC (since 2011) and AMEE (since 2012); workshop at Faculty Development Conference in Helsinki, Finland (2017); as invited faculty for SIF program and SEARAME conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka (2014); medical education conferences in Kaohsiung, Taiwan (2015); Jakarta, Indonesia (2016); Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2018); Tokyo, Japan (2018); Basel, Switzerland (2018); and visiting professor in Almaty, Kazakhstan (2015). FAMEE (2017).

TeL Roundtable @ 11th APMEC (over 3,037 page views)
TeL Symposium @ AMEE 2014 (over 2,471 page views)
TLHE 2014 paper presentation website (over 1,603 page views)
(Personalised Learning using a Digital Knowledge Repository in Medical Education)
Early Investigators Symposium @ 12th APMEC 2015 (over 2,607 page views)
Round up panel discussion and symposium, end of day 1, elearning symposium, AMEE 2015 Glasgow (over 401 page views)
Medical Education Conference: Creative teaching and learning with new technology in new era (Kaohsiung, November 2015) (over 1,945 page views)
Medical Education Scholarship and Research (Resource site) (over 485 page views)

TeL Workshop and Symposium @ 13th APMEC 2016 (over 2,493 page views)

Easy to implement technology enhanced learning combining digital repositories with blogs (for Ottawa 2016, March 2016) (over 611 page views)

Creating blended learning approaches: An exploration of educational thinking and theory (for AMEE 2016 pre-conference workshop) (over 811 page views)

Big Learning from Small Screens: Using Mobile Technology in Medical Education (for AMEE 2016 conference eLearning symposium) (over 2,188 page views)

Technology enhanced learning in Medical Education: What’s new, what’s useful, & some important considerations (for AMEE 2016, session 11, PechaKucha 20 x 20 presentation, Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 at 1130am) (over 1,073 page views)

TeL @ 9th Jakarta Meeting on Medical Education 2016 (over 1,400 page views)

TeL (Technology enhanced learning) Workshop and Symposium @ 14th APMEC 2017 (over 3,121 page views)

https://modblendedefacdev.blogspot.sg/ (over 675 page views)
for 4th Faculty Development Conference/AMEE 2017, Helsinki

https://datainformedelearning.blogspot.com/2017/11/using-data-analytics-to-inform.html
for APMEC 2018, Singapore

https://medicaleducationelearning.blogspot.com/2017/09/pre-conference-workshop-and-conference.html
13th IMEC 2018, Kuala Lumpur

https://medicaleducationelearning.blogspot.com/2018/07/50th-jsme.html
50th JSME 2018, Tokyo

https://medicaleducationelearning.blogspot.com/2018/08/amee-2018-symposium-what-is-known-from.html
for AMEE 2018, Basel

https://medicaleducationelearning.blogspot.com/2018/09/the-uses-of-vr-and-ar-in-medical.html
for TSSH 2018, Taipei

https://medicaleducationelearning.blogspot.com/2018/09/digital-scholarship.html
for APMEC 2019, Singapore

Personal Mobile Learning (over 950 page views)
Blended learning with face to face interactive active learning supported by online resources (over 493 page views)
Technology enhanced learning seminar and mini workshop @ NYP (over 1,450 page views)
Tips for Applying the Flipped Classroom Model in Medical Education (over 2.875 page views)
12 tips for using videos in medical education (over 3,127 page views)
Qualitative research methods in medical education (over 2,100 page views)
Curriculum Mapping @ NUHS (over 427 page views)
Hybrid model for training physical examination and procedural skills (over 1,295 page views)
eLearning and eRepositories (SIF program Colombo 2014) (over 431 page views)
Technology enhanced learning @ KazNMU (7 day program) (over 3,031 page views)
eLearning workshop @ CenMED, NUS (over 3,597 page views)
Using Blogs for Templated Teaching (over 88 page views)

NUS-Prime: Technology Enhanced Learning - Three Case Studies, Monday, 5 May, 2014


Invited presentation to Paediatrics department, NUHS, March 8th, 2017, on topic "Practical tips in formulating and eLearning strategy and developing an eLearning program", with an elaboration on the use of case-based teaching in undergraduate, postgraduate, and CME/CPD teaching and training (outlined in section of article). 
Why do we do case-based teaching? What is our instructional objective? To recognise key features of a clinical scenario or problem? To undertake appropriate and effective management steps? How could we achieve this is an effective and efficient way? What does our own experience, empirical observation, research and the literature tell us? What are best practices?






RESEARCHING THE TRANSFORMATION IN THE SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING THROUGH TEACHING PORTFOLIOS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS A REFLECTION AT THE INSTITUTIONAL LEVEL (Chapter 6, in Booth S, Woollacott L (eds) 2015. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Stellenbosch: SUN PRESS)







(to cite the paper above, please see information at bottom of first page on link below)















2015
1. European Congress of Radiology, 2015, peer reviewed ePoster presentation
Reimagining a postgraduate radiology training curriculum: a pilot eCurriculum project to shorten radiology residency training
PS Goh


1. Invited presentation at NUH Eye International Congress 2016 held in conjunction with XII ISOT Meeting, III APOTS Meeting and NUH Ophthalmology Department 30th Anniversary Celebration at the NUHS Tower Block on 4th November 2016, on topic of "Imaging in Thyroid Eye Disease - Role of CT, MRI, Isotope Scans” https://learningheadandneckradiology.blogspot.sg/2016/06/imaging-in-thyroid-eye-disease-role-of.html

2. Invited speaker for main conference symposium at 9th Jakarta Meeting on Medical Education in October 2016 on topic “Technology enhance learning: answering needs for new generation”. https://telatjakmed.blogspot.sg/2016/08/conference-symposium-on-technology.html

3. Invited workshop presenter for pre-conference workshop on “Technology enhanced learning” at 9th Jakarta Meeting on Medical Education in October 2016 https://telatjakmed.blogspot.sg/2016/08/pre-conference-workshop-on-technology.html

4. Invited presenter for final session Pecha Kucha session at AMEE 2016 in Barcelona on topic “Technology enhanced learning in medical education: What’s new, what’s useful, and some important considerations”. https://telatamee2016.blogspot.sg/

5. Co-presenter at AMEE 2016 main conference eLearning symposium on topic “Big learning from small screens” https://mobiletelearning.blogspot.sg/

For AMEE 2016, pre-conference workshop, "Creating blended learning approaches: An exploration of educational thinking and theory to inform the development of blended learning approaches including how technology can support learning & how it can be used to develop learning resources"  http://blendedtelearning.blogspot.sg/ 

6. Local faculty, MHPE-S program, run jointly between Maastricht University and the Academy of Medicine, Singapore, July, 2015 https://medicaleducationelearning.blogspot.sg/2016/01/mhpe-s-unit-7-meeting.html

7 to 10. CenMED, NUS workshops
b. Qualitative research methods in medical education, Basic and Intermediate http://qualresearchmethodsmeded.blogspot.sg/2016/04/qualitative-research-methods-in-medical.html 
c. Use of Videos in Medical Education http://12tipsusingvideomeded.blogspot.sg/
d. Technology enhanced learning in Medical Education, Basic and Intermediate https://telatcenmed.blogspot.sg/

11. Co-presenter for conference workshop at Ottawa 2016/ANZAHPE 2016 in Perth in March 2016 on topic "Easy to implement technology enhanced learning combining digital repositories with blogs" with Associate Professor Moira Maley http://telatottawa2016.blogspot.sg/

12. Co-presenter pre-conference workshop, and main conference symposium on “Making sense of the literature” and “Developing scholarship” in “Technology enhanced learning for medical education” with Professor John Sandars, 13th APMEC 2016, in Singapore http://telat13apmec.blogspot.sg/

13. Plenary speaker main conference, and pre-conference workshop presenter: International conference on Medical Education at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, November 20 and 21, 2015

14. Technology enhanced learning symposium panel discussant (take home points from the eLearning symposium), Session 4b, main conference, AMEE 2015, Glasgow, September, 2015

15. eLearning symposium end of day 1 panel discussant, AMEE 2015, Glasgow, September, 2015

16. Local faculty, MHPE-S program, run jointly between Maastricht University and the Academy of Medicine, Singapore, July, 2015

17 to 20. CenMED, NUS workshops
a. Flipped Classroom Method in Medical Education
b. Qualitative research methods in medical education, Introductory
c. Use of Videos in Medical Education
d. Technology enhanced learning in Medical Education, Introductory and Intermediate level workshops

21. Visiting professor in eLearning, Kazakh National Medical University, Almaty, May 13th to May 22nd, 2015
(7 day program)

22. Invited speaker, Technology enhanced learning workshop, Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore, Apr 8th, 2015

23. Invited speaker, Overview of CT, CT PET and MRI in orbital imaging, NUH ophthalmic oncology symposium, March 21st, 2015

24. Invited speaker, Practice based medical education research through the lens of a clinician investigator, Early Investigators Forum/Symposium, APMEC 2015, Feb 6, 2015



Phase 2 (educational theory, pedagogy, repositories) - from 2009 to 2014 (MHPE, Maastricht start 2009, complete 2012, with one year break between 1st and 2nd year)



"There are several apparent similarities between traditional academic scholarship and "digital" scholarship. Our digital teaching and educational efforts can be measured. Perhaps even easier than with "traditional" teaching and scholarly activities."

above from
http://mededworld.org/reflections/reflection-items/March-2014/(e)Scholarship-Traditional-vs-Digital-Scholarship.aspx
Digital Scholarship
( see also - "(e)Scholarship" ) 
"Ideally, focus on academic productivity in both traditional and digital scholarship"


"Lets show what we actually teach with and assess on. The full range, breadth and depth. Lets make teaching visible, and accessible. Widely."

above from
http://mededworld.org/reflections/reflection-items/March-2014/(e)Repository.aspx
(e)Repository


"Learning is at the heart of what we do. Technology can facilitate, customise, amplify. Note the small (e), and big L in (e)Learning. The quality of the content matters. As educators, lets create great content, share it, or curate it. The internet and mobile technology connects."

above from
http://mededworld.org/reflections/reflection-items/September-2013/(e)Learning.aspx
(e)Learning



"Technology enhanced learning (TEL) offers the potential to personalise learning in medical education, through the continuum of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development or lifelong learning. TEL offers students access to educational materials, and personal choice by showing what is available (which allows a student to sample, explore, and consume educational content to match an individual’s learning preferences and requirements, at a time and place of the learner’s choosing). For educators, digital scholarship provides a method to publicly document teaching and educational activity, to facilitate evaluation of the quantity and quality of these educational activities; and allows peers to critique and build on educational initiatives." 

above from
http://www.slideshare.net/dnrgohps/tlhe2014-final-draft-submission-for-peer-review-and-consideration-for-paper-presentation
Using a digital knowledge repository to personalise learning in medical education - a follow up report (to TeL 2013) Poh Sun Goh (2014)


"One of the greatest challenges facing medical educators, in both undergraduate and postgraduate education, is ensuring consistency of clinical experience. It could also be argued that clinical expertise is based on a foundation of clinical patient (case) experience - both the variety and range of cases, and depth of case experience. The challenge for curriculum planners is ensuring the availability of a wide enough range of cases to be linked to, and embody the undergraduate medical and postgraduate training curricula. Developing an online repository of these cases is an obvious solution to this educational challenge."

above from
Building an online repository of teaching resources to facilitate consistent and good quality teaching of postgraduates and undergraduates in medicine – a preliminary report
Poh Sun Goh (2013)


"In this Master Thesis, the topic to be investigated is a method to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of residency training in radiology in order to potentially shorten residency training while maintaining effectiveness, in order to increase the numbers of trained radiologists. The research question to be investigated is whether compare and contrast case review with pairs of cases is more time efficient and effective compared with traditional sequential case review with single cases in radiology problem solving." 

above from
http://www.slideshare.net/dnrgohps/for-med-edworldpublishpohsungoh
Use of case pairs can potentially improve the efficiency and effectiveness of radiology residency
Poh Sun Goh (MHPE Thesis, 2012)

2014
2. CDTL International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Using a Digital Knowledge Repository to Personalise Learning in Medical Education: A Follow-up Report to TeL2013
PS Goh

2013
3. CDTL TEL 2013 Symposium, Singapore
Building an online repository of teaching resources to facilitate consistent and good quality teaching of postgraduates and undergraduates in medicine – a preliminary report
PS Goh

4. Association of Medical Educators Europe Conference, Prague
PS Goh. An online case repository facilitates radiology residency training and evaluation of education theory, can potentially shorten duration of training, and aid mastery training - a follow up report

2012
5. Association of Medical Educators Europe Conference, Lyon
PS Goh. An online repository facilitates radiology residency training and evaluation of education theory.

2011
6. Association of Medical Educators Europe Conference, Vienna
PS Goh, G Sundar, C Tan, ME Nga, TP Thamboo, S Amrith. Creation and Use of An Online Multispecialty Case Repository and Its Multiple Uses for Specialist Training.

8. 8th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference, Singapore
PS Goh. Deliberate Practice Using Paired and Mixed Examples of Imaging Abnormalities on the CXR is more effective and efficient for postgraduate training compared with traditional methods
Type: Educational Poster

9. P Gopalakrishnakone, A Abeykoon, N Fernando, PS Goh, A Cheok. Multimodal Virtual Anatomy Learning Tool For Medical Education. (Shortlisted for best poster).

10. Aw M, Samarasekera D, Khoo CM, Mak A, Ho P, Robless P, Kumar N, Goh PS, Fisher D. Students' Perceptions Regarding the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and Their Performance (Best Abstract for Poster Presentation Finalist)

11. Teo L, Han T, Cheong SY, Venkatesh SK, Goh PS, Quek ST, Chong VF. A Follow-Up Survey of Preclinical Medical Student's Attitude Towards Radiology Following Introduction of a New Curriculum
Type: Poster presentation

2010
12. 7th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference, Singapore
PS Goh, J Tam. Applying deliberate practice to chest radiology teaching – further work with undergraduates and experience with postgraduates

13. JF Lu, PS Goh. Development of a web-based interactive teaching model of the chest based on volumetric CT scanning and how this can enhance undergraduate anatomy teaching

2009
14. Association of Medical Educators Europe, Malaga
PS Goh, KCJ Tam. Deliberate distributed practice with paired and mixed examples is an efficient and effective method to learn key abnormalities on the CXR

15. 6th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference, Singapore - Poster Prize (Merit) Award
Application of Educational Theory Regarding Teaching for Skill Transference for Chest Radiograph Interpretation in Undergraduate Education and Training
PS Goh, J Tam

16. PS Goh. Educational strategies to promote skill transference using compartment model for orbital imaging. Conference Electronic Educational Exhibit (EPOS). European Congress of Radiology. 2009








A multimodal virtual anatomy learning tool for medical education.
Gopalakrishnakone P, Lu JF, Goh PS, Abeykoon A, Fernando ONN, Cheok AD.
Methods 2011;7: 278-87.

2nd International Conference on Education, Training and Informatics, Orlando, Florida; 2011
P Gopalakrishnakone, A Abeykoon, N Fernando, PS Goh, A Cheok. Multimodal Virtual Anatomy Learning Tool For Medical Education. (Best paper award from session on Learning Technologies, Strategies for Assessing Student Learning and Teaching).

Lu Jianfeng - research fellow, working full time in radiology department, NUH; under my direct primary supervision - IDM grant (held by Adrian Cheok, IDMI as PI, and myself as Co-PI) to create and evaluate digital chest atlas based on radiological imaging (completed project, two conference papers, two publications)
(Sep 2008 – Mar 2010)

JF. Lu, L Li, PS. Goh. A multimodal virtual anatomy e-Learning tool for medical education.
Entertainment for Education, Digital Techniques and Systems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, (2010), 278-287.
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-14533-9_28

J.F. Lu, L. Li, PS. Goh. A multimodal virtual anatomy e-Learning tool for medical education. Proceedings of the Entertainment for education and 5th International Conference on e-Learning and games.
Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg. 2010
ISBN: 3-642-14532-9 978-3-642-14532-2


25. Invited speaker, “Using a digital knowledge repository to personalize learning in medical education”, NUHS Paediatric department teaching program, January 21st, 2015

26. Invited speaker, SEARAME 2014 Conference in Sri Lanka, presenting eLearning/TeL workshop on "Hybrid model for training physical examination and procedural skills", November 13th, 2014

27. Invited specialist international volunteer, Singapore International Foundation training program “Enhancing Healthcare Education in Sri Lanka”, November 10th to 11th, 2014

28. Invited speaker, “i” Map, a roadmap for orbital imaging, at the 14th Advanced Neuroradiology Course, NNI, Singapore, October 16, 2014

29. Technology enhanced learning symposium, day 1, AMEE 2014 main conference, Milan, Sep 1st, 2014.

30 to 33. MEU workshops presenter
a. Flipped classroom
b. Qualitative research methods in medical education
c. Use of videos in medical education
d. eLearning

34. Opening discussant, Symposium on Educational IT, 11th APMEC, January, 2014

35. Singapore International Foundation/Temasek Foundation/MEU Workshop for Health Professions Educators, Colombo, Sri Lanka; Friday, December 13, 2013

36. Chair, Best Education Poster Judging Panel, Best Poster- Health Professions Education (HPE) category of the SHBC 2013 Scientific Competition, September 11, 2013


37. Invited presentation: Train the Trainers session for National Healthcare Group Polyclinics' Family Physicians/Key Trainers – 6 June 2013. Topic: Training the new generation: “A Guide by the Side and Not a Sage on the Stage”

38. MEU workshop – May 20, 2013, Teaching for effective learning- - eLearning. Goh Poh Sun

39. Invited lecture, O and G department, NUHS – March 25, 2013, eLearning. Goh Poh Sun

40. APMEC 2013 workshop – Jan 16, 2013: eLearning workshop – Goh Poh Sun, Rajendran Kanagasuntheram , Lynette Teo

41. Department Journal Club – Dec 6, 2012, "Mastery training in Diagnostic Radiology". Goh Poh Sun

42. MEU workshop (specially for postgraduate training directors) – Nov 2, 2012, Teaching for effective learning - eLearning. Goh Poh Sun

43. Primary Care Forum 2012, Singapore Health and Biomedical Congress 2012 – Sep 29, 2012, Presentation: “Social Media in Medical Education : The New Kid on The Block?” Goh Poh Sun

44. AMEE 2012 symposium - Aug 29, 2012, eLearning for the learner: The challenge for providing learner centred education in the Age of the Internet. John Sanders, Gareth Frith, Natalie Lafferty, Goh Poh Sun

45. 5 day MEU training program for College of Health Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (30 faculty members from Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Applied Medical Science, Pharmacy and Critical Medicine) speaking on Tuesday, June 19, 2012 – topics, “Aligning Teaching-Learning (T-L) Strategies to Course Outcomes: Selection, Efficiency and Impact” and “e-Learning to Enhance Student Learning”.

46. MEU workshop - May 29, 2012, Teaching for effective learning - eLearning. Goh Poh Sun

47. APMEC 2012 workshop - Jan 12, 2012, Outcomes based course design: A pedagogical approach to formulating and writing learning outcomes. Matthew CE Gwee, Dujeepa D Samarasekera, Tan Chay Hoon, Goh Poh Sun

48. Symposium on Innovation in Medical Education, Primary Care Forum 2011, Singapore Health and Biomedical Congress 2011 – Nov 12, 2011, Presentation: Creative Ways to Teach Gen-Y Medical Students Using Technology

49. Institute for Clinical Education – NHG College/Harvard Macy Institute Joint Certificate Program for Medical Education: One week Module on Advances in Information Technology and Support Systems to Enhance Medical Education, Oct 24 -28, 2011, Facilitator for Group 1 (out of 5 groups)

50. MEU workshop – July 19, 2011, Teaching for effective learning – eLearning (whole day workshop) –whole day workshop, designed and led program in workshop

51. MEU workshop – May 5, 2011, Curriculum Design, Evaluation, Assessment Workshop – Presentation: Use of Technology in Medical/Healthcare Professional Education

52. 8th AsiaPacific Medical Education Conference, Jan 28, 2011 – Symposium: Presentation - What is the role of technology in the continuum of medical education, Sharing experience and practical tips on using technology to support and augment undergraduate and postgraduate medical education.

53. MEU workshop – Sep 14, 2010, Teaching for effective learning – eLearning (whole day workshop) – whole day workshop, designed and led program in workshop





Phase 1 (building courseware) - from 2002 to 2008, 2002 radiology department went filmless, had been custodian for physical teaching film library for 5 years prior to this; and in 2008 at AMEE in Prague, had opportunity to listen to live plenary presentation by Geoff Norman, which precipitated my decision to undertake formal MHPE program

Was coordinator and project lead of team which successfully developed an interactive e-learning resource for medical students using the school’s NUS web platform. This online interactive modular course-ware allows medical students an opportunity to undertake self-directed learning covering core topics in Chest, Abdominal, Neuro and Bone Radiology at a level suitable for undergraduate medical students. The material is based on lectures presented to medical students by teaching faculty from NUS and other teaching hospitals in Singapore affiliated with NUS, and covers basic principles of imaging, and key conditions that medical students are expected to be familiar with. Having access to this online resource gives our medical students access to a peer reviewed standardized didactic educational experience, that they can review at their own pace, allowing lecturers and tutors to spend class time on more customized, and interactive case based teaching.
(requires Internet Explorer browser, together with NUS login and password for access, selected screenshots below)












Winnie Chen – awarded BMedSci thesis (undergraduate medical student on one year attachment from University of Melbourne, from Aug 2009 – May 2010, was her supervisor for BMedSci attachment, and for publication below)

Chen W. Onsite and offsite use of computer aided learning in undergraduate radiology education. Australian Medical Student Journal. 2011;2(2):14-18. http://www.amsj.org/archives/1419

2008
17. Association of Medical Educators Europe, Prague
Evaluation of a Radiology eLearning program – key factors contributing to success
PS Goh

2007
18. Association of Medical Educators Europe, Trondheim
eLearning in Radiology - Developing a Program in the Real World
PS Goh

2006
Association of Medical Educators Europe (AMEE), Genoa
19. Patient safety education - lessons learned in designing and presenting a risk management seminar for clinicians and how this can improve patient safety
PS Goh, S Ang and SC Quek

20. eLearning in radiology - from developing material to measuring outcomes
PS Goh, Z Amin


21. Faculty development in medical education: identifying the needs and priorities
Z Amin, HE Khoo, YS Chong, PS Goh
3rd Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference, Singapore
Invited paper

22. Blended eLearning and face to face learning in medical education
PS Goh

2005
Association of Medical Educators Europe, Amsterdam
23. Use of web-based eCourseware to facilitate face to face radiology teaching - a follow-up report
PS Goh, SC Wang, A Low, KH Lew, L Lim

2004
International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Singapore
Oral paper
24. Efficacy of eCourseware in teaching radiology
A Low, PS Goh, SC Wang, Lew KH, L Lim

AMEE Conference, Edinburgh
Oral paper presentation
25. Use of a web-based eCourseware to facilitate face-to-face teaching
PS Goh, SC Wang, A Low, KH Lew, L Lim

2003
1st Asia Pacific Conference on Medical Education, Singapore
Paper presentation
26. New paradigm in Teaching Radiology – Asynchronous/Synchronous Blended Web Based teaching techniques
PS Goh, SC Wang, A Low, KH Lee, L Lim


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