CSIM Evaluation Form - Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes
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Friday, November 3, 2017
Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes - 1500-1700

Objectives:
·   Describe unusual presentations of common diseases and common presentations of rare diseases
·   Become familiar with the characteristics of engaging and educational case presentations

Presentations
1.       Paroxysmal Severe Symptomatic Hypertension and Hypotension: A Case Report
– Dr. Adrian Chikwanha, University of Calgary
2.       Sickly Cough: A Case of Non-Resolving Pneumonia in a Patient with Sickle Cell Disease
– Dr. Eric Coomes, University of Toronto
3.       Keep Calm and PLEX on –
Dr. Michela Febbraro, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
4.       Is a Storm Coming?
– Dr. Howard Gerson, McGill University
5.       Transplantation Opens the Floodgates
– Dr. Karen Geukers, McMaster University
6.       Progressive Quadriplegia in a 24-Year-Old Woman: A Case to Highlight Canadian Challenges in the Management of Rare Disease
– Dr. Noor Jawaid, University of Toronto
7.       The Cutaneous Flush: A Rare Entity
– Dr. Wasim Mansoor, University of Toronto
8.       A Case of Disappearing Diabetes
– Dr. Gavin Mazzetti, McMaster University
9.       When the Prostate is Root of All Evil
– Dr Steven Palanchuck, Université de Sherbrooke
10.     Recurrent, Refractory Cardiac Ischemia
– Dr. Shannon Ruzycki, University of Calgary



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* 3. Please rate this session as follows

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Scientific content of this presentation
Usefulness/practicality of this presentation
Adequate time for questions/discussion
Speaker effectiveness

* 4. Session objectives were met

  Not at all Partially Mostly Completely
Describe unusual presentations of common diseases and common presentations of rare diseases
Become familiar with the characteristics of engaging and educational case presentations

* 5. Outcomes: As a result of attending this session, are you planning to

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Discuss the session with your colleagues
Pursue additional learning activities
Complete a Personal Learning Project (PLP)

* 6. Bias and Balance

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The content of this presentation was scientifically valid and balanced
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue industry bias
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue personal/other bias

* 7. General Comments

* 8. Topic suggestions for future conferences (please be as specific as possible)

* 9. Feedback

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