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overview Dr. Catharine Walsh, MD, MEd, PhD, FRCPC is a staff gastroenterologist in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, an Educational Researcher in the Learning Institute and a Scientist in the Research Institute at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto, Canada. She is also a cross-appointed Scientist at the Wilson Centre for research in education. Dr. Walsh received her medical degree from University of Toronto. She subsequently pursued residency training in Paediatrics and a fellowship in Paediatric Gastroenterology at SickKids. Dr. Walsh also completed her Masters of Education and a PhD in health professions education at University of Toronto, in conjunction with a research fellowship at the Wilson Centre. Her program of research focuses on examining factors that influence the acquisition of complex clinical skills and on identifying best practices in the training and assessment of clinical skills, including methods of optimizing learning within simulation-based environments. Clinical Interests: Paediatric gastroenterology, Celiac Disease, Endoscopy Research Interests: Health Professions Education, Simulation-based Education, E-learning, Assessment Research Activities: Dr. Catharine Walsh’s program of research focuses on examining factors that influence the acquisition of complex clinical skills, behaviours and attitudes, including methods of optimizing learning within simulation-based environments. Dr. Walsh also conducts educational measurement research focused on the assessment of competence and performance of health professionals.

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Academic Article Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Competency Assessment Tool: development of a procedure-specific assessment tool for colonoscopy.
Academic Article Development of the gastrointestinal endoscopy competency assessment tool for pediatric colonoscopy (GiECAT KIDS).
Academic Article Assessment of competence in pediatric gastrointestinal endoscopy.
Academic Article Surgical residents' perceptions on learning gastrointestinal endoscopy: more hours and more standardization wanted.
Academic Article The gastrointestinal endoscopy competency assessment tool for pediatric colonoscopy.
Academic Article Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Competency Assessment Tool: reliability and validity evidence.
Academic Article Impact of a simulation training curriculum on technical and nontechnical skills in colonoscopy: a randomized trial.
Academic Article Training and Assessment in Pediatric Endoscopy.
Academic Article In-training gastrointestinal endoscopy competency assessment tools: Types of tools, validation and impact.
Academic Article Evidence-based Approach to Training Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Trainers.
Academic Article A prospective comparison of live and video-based assessments of colonoscopy performance.
Academic Article Progressive learning in endoscopy simulation training improves clinical performance: a blinded randomized trial.
Academic Article Quality Improvement in Pediatric Endoscopy: A Clinical Report From the NASPGHAN Endoscopy Committee.
Academic Article Impact of experience on self-assessment accuracy of clinical colonoscopy competence.
Academic Article Leveraging Quick Response Code Technology to Facilitate Simulation-Based Leaderboard Competition.
Academic Article Training in EUS and ERCP: standardizing methods to assess competence.
Academic Article Virtual reality simulation training for health professions trainees in gastrointestinal endoscopy.
Academic Article Can Pediatric Endoscopists Accurately Assess Their Clinical Competency? A Comparison Across Skill Levels.
Academic Article Virtual reality simulation training in endoscopy: a Cochrane review and meta-analysis.
Academic Article Video-based assessments: a promising step in improving polypectomy competency.
Academic Article Characterizing the Development of Colonoscopy Competence Using Assessment Data.

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