Renate Kahlke

PhD

Conference Presentations

Presentations at National and International Conferences

Hubinette, M., Van Der Goes, T., Kahlke, R., Clark, J. & Scott, I. (Forthcoming – 2018, November). Health Advocacy: Exploring the levers that drive teaching and learning in your setting. Workshop presented at Family Medicine Forum. Toronto, ON.

Kahlke, R., Hubinette, M., Van der Goes, T., Clark, J. & Scott, I. (Forthcoming – 2018, October). Contextual drivers of learner health advocacy decisions. Presentation at The International Conference on Residency Education. Halifax, NS.

Hubinette, M., Kahlke, R, Van der Goes, T. & Scott, I. (Forthcoming – 2018, October) Learning in Context: Workplace Learning of Health Advocacy. Workshop presented at The International Conference on Residency Education. Halifax, NS.

Kahlke R., Scott, I., Van der Goes, T. & Hubinette, M.  2018, April). The “deserving patient”: exploring student motivations for advocacy action and inaction. Poster presented at The Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Halifax, NS.

Hubinette, M., Kahlke, R., Van der Goes, T., Van Enk, A. & Scott, I. (2018, April). “Advocacy Tactics”: Exploring Student Methods for Enacting Advocacy. Poster presented at The Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Halifax, NS.

Kahlke, R., Eva, K., Thomson, C. & Pratt, D. (2018, April). Physician goals in clinical coaching interactions. Poster presented at The Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Halifax, NS.

Kahlke, R. (2017, September). Health Advocacy and the Hidden Curriculum. Presentation at Rogano. Helsinki, FI.

Min, C., Pratt, D., Butler, D., Kahlke, R., Bates, J. & Eva, K. (2017, September). How prior curricular experiences and student goals influence medical students’ engagement with formative assessments. Presentation at Association for Medical Education in Europe. Helsinki, FI.

Kahlke, R., Hubinette, M. & Scott, I. (2017, April). Teaching, learning, and assessing health advocacy. Workshop presentated at The Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Winnipeg, MB.

Kahlke, R. (2016, November). Constructing critical thinking in context. Presentation at Learn, Serve, Lead: The American Association of Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Kahlke, R. & White, J. (2015, September). “Seeing the forest for the trees” – examining the metaphors that physicians use when talking about clinical thinking. Poster presented at Association for Medical Education in Europe, Glasgow, Scotland.

Kahlke, R. (2015, April). Contradictions and conflicts: Exploring the values of medical educators. Presentation at The Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Vancouver, BC.

Kahlke, R. & Taylor, A. (2014, October). Community service learning: Institutional locations and challenges. Presentation at the Engagement Scholarship Consortium, Edmonton, AB.

Kahlke, R. (2014, September). Constructing critical thinking: A qualitative examination of health science educators’ understandings. Poster presented at Association for Medical Education in Europe, Milan, IT.

Kahlke, R. & Nicholas, D. Critical thinking and social worker identity. (2014, May). Presentation at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences – Canadian Association for Social Work Education, St. Catherine’s, ON.

Gauthier, G. & Kahlke, R. (2013, June). Problematizing the notion of case for interactive design and assessment. Presentation at the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Annual Conference, Sydney, NS.

Hatch, T., Kahlke, R., King, S., Norton, B. & Wald, S. (2011, November). Moving from awkward to “aha!”: Strategies for building reflective capacity in health science students and faculty. Poster presented at Collaborating Across Borders III, Tucson, AZ.
*Received best poster award

Pimlott, J., Kahlke, R., Bazin, M., Cox, C., Cunningham, R., McCargar, L., Hatch, T., King, S., Taylor, E. & Ward, C. (2010, April). Looking back, moving forward: 20 years of an interprofessional health team development course.  Presentation at All Together Better Health V, Sydney, AU.

Taylor, E., Kahlke, R., Cunningham, R., Hatch, T., King, S., Miller, M., Paslawski, T. & Sommerfeldt, S. (2010, Apr). Interprofessional facilitator skills: From classroom to practice. Presentation at All Together Better Health V, Sydney, AU.

Taylor, E., Kahlke, R., King, S., Taylor, M. & Peterson, R. (2010, April). Thinking outside the box: Alternative team composition. Presentation at All Together Better Health V, Sydney, AU.

REGIONAL CONFERENCES

Thomson, C. Kahlke, R., Leung, D., Bluman, B., Overhill, K., Pratt, D. & Eva, K. (2018, February). Perceptions versus Experiences of Learner Autonomy in a Clinical Coaching Program. Quality Forum. Vancouver, BC.

Kahlke, R., Pratt, D., Thomson, C. & Eva, K. (2017, October). Divergent goals in clinical coaching. Presentation at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC.

Hubinette, M., Kahlke, R., Ewert, A., van der Goes, T. & Scott, I. (2017, October). “Advocacy tactics”: Exploring student methods for enacting advocacy. Presentation at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC.

Kahlke, R., Hubinette, M., Ewert, A., van der Goes, T. & Scott, I. (2017, October). The “Deserving Patient”: Exploring student motivations for advocacy action and inaction. Presentation at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC.

Thomson, C., Kahlke, R., Leung, D., Bluman, B., Overhill, D., Pratt, D. & Eva, K. (2017, October). Perceptions versus experiences of learner autonomy in a clinical coaching program. Presentation at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC.

Kahlke, R., Hubinette, M. & Scott, I. (2016, October). Physicians’ advocacy role: Formal and informal learning. Presentation at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC.

Kahlke, R. (2015, October). Understanding advocacy across health professions. Presentation at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC.

Kahlke, R. (2015, March). Wait, what do you mean? Inter and intra-disciplinary differences in health science educators understandings of critical thinking. Workshop presented at the Dr. Olive Yonge Teaching and Learning Scholarship Day, Edmonton, AB.

Hatch, T., King, S., Hall, M., Paslawski, T., Schmitz, C., Taylor, E., Guirguis, L., Kahlke, R., MacGregor, D., & McLaughlin, A. (2012, May). It takes a village: Partnering for authentic and sustainable interprofessional education. Poster presented at Strengthening the Bond, Banff, AB.

Kahlke, R., Guirguis, L. & Hatch, T. (2012, March). Making it easy: Incorporating structured reflective practice into existing teaching and learning activities. Workshop presented at the Dr. Olive Yonge Teaching and Learning Scholarship Day. Edmonton, AB.