International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE)

Social Events

Conference Welcoming Reception

Thursday, October 27, 2022, 1730-1830

Meet new colleagues, reconnect with old friends, and enjoy hot and cold hors d’oeuvres during this lively conference opening event. Make the ICRE welcoming reception your rendezvous point before heading out for the evening!

 

Resident Networking Reception

Thursday, October 27, 2022, 1800-1900
Fee: $25

Back by popular demand, ICRE’s Chief Residents are excited to host the Resident Networking Reception at ICRE 2022 in Montreal.

In a casual setting, residents will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with peers and many of the ICRE presenting speakers and leaders in medical education.

 

Social Events

Conference Welcoming Reception

Thursday, October 27, 2022, 1730-1830

Meet new colleagues, reconnect with old friends, and enjoy hot and cold hors d’oeuvres during this lively conference opening event. Make the ICRE welcoming reception your rendezvous point before heading out for the evening!

 

Resident Networking Reception

Thursday, October 27, 2022, 1800-1900
Fee: $25

Back by popular demand, ICRE’s Chief Residents are excited to host the Resident Networking Reception at ICRE 2022 in Montreal.

In a casual setting, residents will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with peers and many of the ICRE presenting speakers and leaders in medical education.

 

Exercise with Educators: Health, fitness, network

The International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) is committed to supporting physician health and well-being in every aspect of its programming – from its scholarly workshops to its social events. ICRE’s Exercise with Educators program encourages conference participants to trade their business wear for active wear, and join colleagues for a yoga session, or a guided walk or run around downtown Montreal. All fitness levels are welcome.

Registration for Exercise with Educators sessions is available through the online registration form.

 

The Physician as Wine Lover: The ‘Sommelier Role’

Friday, October 28, 2022, 1730-1900

Fee: $90

So you think Canada does not produce good wines? Come prepared to be surprised, and to develop your knowledge and skill of the most important new CanMEDS Role, that of Sommelier.
In this hands-on session, you will review and practice the steps of wine tasting, while sampling premier Canadian wines (and a few surprises!), and match these with a selection of local cheeses. You will also link little known facts about wine with medicine
and medical education. Level: Novice to expert. Please note: Spots are limited and pre-registration is a must. Salut!

International Residency Education Awards Dinner

Saturday, October 29, 2022, 1900-2130

Fee: $175
Residents/ Medical Students: $65

Join conference chair Jason Frank, MD, MA(Ed), FRCPC, and colleagues from around the world to celebrate the closing night of ICRE, along with the 2022 Residency Education award winners.

 

Meet the ICRE 2022 Awards Dinner speaker:

Flavia Senkubuge, MD, FCPHM, PhD, MBA

Deputy Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences / University of Pretoria

Biography

Flavia Senkubuge is a medical doctor, public health medicine specialist and global public health advocate. She is the Deputy Dean: Health Stakeholder Relations in the Faculty of Health Sciences, at the University of Pretoria. She is also the president of the Colleges of Medicine South Africa (CMSA), the first black woman and only the third woman in 65 years to hold this position.

Dr. Senkubuge is the current chair of the WHO/Afro region African Advisory Council on Research and Development (AACHRD), concerned with advising the WHO/Afro regional director on matters of health research and development in Africa. She is the president of Women in Global Health (WGH) South Africa, which is concerned with achieving gender equality within global health leadership. Dr. Senkubuge is the vice-president of the African Federation of Public Health Association (AFPHA), an organization concerned with advocating for public health in Africa. She is also the current African ambassador of the International Medical Educators Leaders Forum (IMELF).

Dr. Senkubuge was recognised as one of the 50 Powerful Women in South Africa by the Mail & Guardian’s Power of Women in 2021 and has recently been selected as a Fellow of the prestigious Kofi Annan Global Health Leadership Fellowship. At heart she is a philanthropist and is passionate about mentoring the next generation of leaders.


The reception starts at 1900; dinner with wine will be served at 1930. Dress is business attire.