Teresa M. Chan
Teresa M. Chan
Associate Professor (Clinical), Toronto Metropolitan University
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Free Open Access Meducation (FOAM): the rise of emergency medicine and critical care blogs and podcasts (2002–2013)
M Cadogan, B Thoma, TM Chan, M Lin
Emergency Medicine Journal 31 (e1), e76-e77, 2014
Twitter as a tool for communication and knowledge exchange in academic medicine: a guide for skeptics and novices
EK Choo, ML Ranney, TM Chan, NS Trueger, AE Walsh, K Tegtmeyer, ...
Medical teacher 37 (5), 411-416, 2015
Trapped as a Group, Escape as a Team: Applying Gamification to Incorporate Team-building Skills Through an ‘Escape Room’Experience
XC Zhang, H Lee, C Rodriguez, J Rudner, TM Chan, D Papanagnou
Cureus 10 (3), e2253, 2018
Quality indicators for blogs and podcasts used in medical education: modified Delphi consensus recommendations by an international cohort of health professions educators
M Lin, B Thoma, NS Trueger, F Ankel, J Sherbino, T Chan
Postgraduate medical journal 91 (1080), 546-550, 2015
Social media in knowledge translation and education for physicians and trainees: a scoping review
TM Chan, K Dzara, SP Dimeo, A Bhalerao, LA Maggio
Perspectives on Medical Education 9 (1), 20-30, 2020
The impact of social media promotion with infographics and podcasts on research dissemination and readership
B Thoma, H Murray, SYM Huang, WK Milne, LJ Martin, CM Bond, ...
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 20 (2), 300-306, 2018
The social media index: measuring the impact of emergency medicine and critical care websites
B Thoma, JL Sanders, M Lin, QS Paterson, J Steeg, TM Chan
Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 16 (2), 242, 2015
A systematic review and qualitative analysis to determine quality indicators for health professions education blogs and podcasts
QS Paterson, B Thoma, WK Milne, M Lin, TM Chan
Journal of graduate medical education 7 (4), 549-554, 2015
Emergency medicine and critical care blogs and podcasts: establishing an international consensus on quality
B Thoma, TM Chan, QS Paterson, WK Milne, JL Sanders, M Lin
Annals of emergency medicine 66 (4), 396-402. e4, 2015
Evidence-based medicine in the era of social media: scholarly engagement through participation and online interaction
T Chan, NS Trueger, D Roland, B Thoma
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 20 (1), 3-8, 2018
Learning Analytics in Medical Education Assessment: The Past, the Present, and the Future
T Chan, S Sebok‐Syer, B Thoma, A Wise, J Sherbino, M Pusic
AEM Education and Training 2 (2), 178-187, 2018
Applying Design Thinking Principles to Curricular Development in Medical Education
M Gottlieb, E Wagner, A Wagner, TM Chan
AEM Education and Training 1 (1), 21-26, 2017
Ten steps for setting up an online journal club
TM Chan, B Thoma, R Radecki, J Topf, HH Woo, LS Kao, A Cochran, ...
Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 35 (2), 148-154, 2015
Examining reliability and validity of an online score (ALiEM AIR) for rating free open access medical education resources
TMY Chan, A Grock, M Paddock, K Kulasegaram, LM Yarris, M Lin
Annals of emergency medicine 68 (6), 729-735, 2016
Social Media and the 21st-Century Scholar: How You Can Harness Social Media to Amplify Your Career
TM Chan, D Stukus, J Leppink, L Duque, BL Bigham, N Mehta, B Thoma
Journal of the American College of Radiology 15, 142-148, 2018
The effect of an infographic promotion on research dissemination and readership: A randomized controlled trial
S Huang, LJ Martin, CH Yeh, A Chin, H Murray, WB Sanderson, ...
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 20 (6), 826-833, 2018
Implementing peer review at an emergency medicine blog: bridging the gap between educators and clinical experts
B Thoma, T Chan, N Desouza, M Lin
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 17 (2), 188-191, 2015
The ALiEM Faculty Incubator: A Novel Online Approach to Faculty Development in Education Scholarship
TM Chan, M Gottlieb, J Sherbino, R Cooney, M Boysen-Osborn, ...
Academic Medicine 93 (10), 1497-1502, 2018
The McMaster Modular Assessment Program (McMAP): a theoretically grounded work-based assessment system for an emergency medicine residency program
T Chan, J Sherbino, McMAP Collaborators
Academic Medicine 90 (7), 900-905, 2015
Engagement and learning in simulation: recommendations of the Simnovate Engaged Learning Domain Group
W Choi, O Dyens, T Chan, M Schijven, S Lajoie, ME Mancini, P Dev, ...
BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 3 (Suppl 1), S23-S32, 2017
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