Rick Penciner
Rick Penciner
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Using a Delphi process to establish consensus on emergency medicine clerkship competencies
R Penciner, T Langhan, R Lee, J Mcewen, RA Woods, G Bandiera
Medical teacher 33 (6), e333-e339, 2011
682011
Clinical teaching in a busy emergency department: strategies for success
R Penciner
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 4 (4), 286-288, 2002
492002
Does PowerPoint enhance learning?
R Penciner
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 15 (2), 109-112, 2013
422013
Emergency medicine preclerkship observerships: evaluation of a structured experience
R Penciner
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 11 (3), 235-239, 2009
232009
Core competencies for emergency medicine clerkships: results of a Canadian consensus initiative
R Penciner, RA Woods, J McEwen, R Lee, T Langhan, ...
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 15 (1), 24-33, 2013
192013
Administration and leadership competencies: establishment of a national consensus for emergency medicine
B Thoma, J Poitras, R Penciner, J Sherbino, BR Holroyd, RA Woods
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 17 (2), 107-114, 2015
152015
Outcomes of commitment to change statements after an interprofessional faculty development program
V Christofilos, D DeMatteo, R Penciner
Journal of interprofessional care 29 (3), 273-275, 2015
112015
Emergency medicine clerkship encounter and procedure logging using handheld computers
R Penciner, S Siddiqui, S Lee
Academic Emergency Medicine 14 (8), 727-731, 2007
102007
Crowdsourcing: an instructional method at an emergency medicine continuing education course
R Penciner
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 17 (4), 433-436, 2015
72015
State of the nation: a profile of Canadian EM clerkships 2007
JR Frank, R Penciner, S Upadhye, J Nuth, AC Lee
CJEM 10, 266, 2008
62008
SARS assessment clinic: a rapid response to an infectious outbreak
T Rutledge, R Penciner, K Popovich
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 7 (3), 162-167, 2005
62005
I am a SARS physician
R Penciner
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 5 (4), 281-282, 2003
52003
Case report of an unusual source of tetanus
D Shelton, R Penciner
The Journal of emergency medicine 16 (2), 163-165, 1998
41998
It’s more than just travel CME: A case study of how an Emergency Medicine conference addresses educational needs of physicians
KN Dainty, R Penciner
Preprints, 2020
2020
Workshop Abstracts
B Lynn, B Bluman, C Newton, T Kirshin, L Beamish, V Lam, B Hobson, ...
Canadian Medical Education Journal 10 (2), e003-e028, 2019
2019
Dedicated Poster Abstracts
G Phillips
Canadian Medical Education Journal 10 (2), e198-256, 2019
2019
The promotion dilemma for clinician teachers
R Penciner
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 21 (1), 18-20, 2019
2019
Letter in Response to:“CJEM Debate Series:# Social Media–Social Media has Created Emergency Medicine Celebrities Who Now Influence Practice More Than Published Evidence”
A Orkin, H Ovens, S McLeod, C Varner, D Melady, C Thompson, ...
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 20 (S2), S89-S89, 2018
2018
P100: It’s more than just Travel CME: an embedded ethnography of a unique emergency medicine conference
R Penciner, K Dainty
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 18 (S1), S111-S112, 2016
2016
Nine Words You Need to Know for a More Effective Presentation: WC-08
R Penciner
Medical Education 47, 2013
2013
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