1.    Safe Space Health App: An anonymous and unfiltered digital safe space for healthcare and allied health providers to connect, share, support and enhance their professional fulfilment.
Khurram Jahangir. European Association of Physician Health Conference, May 20-21, 2019, Oslo, Norway
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2.    Precision Initiatives: Empowering Learners, Increasing Ownership through Personalization of Learning, Assessments and Leadership Development Programs, Enabled Using Digital Technology.
Khurram Jahangir. European Association of Physician Health Conference, May 20-21, 2019, Oslo, Norway
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3.    Safe Space Health app – Leveraging digital technology for wellbeing, education and professional fulfilment of healthcare providers. 
Khurram Jahangir. International Conference on Residency Education, Sep 26-28, 2019, Ottawa, Canada
Presentation - Through a peer review process, the paper was chosen as one of the top scored What Works papers 
4.    Success Rates for Retinal Detachment Repair in Alberta: A Physician Learning Program Initiative.
Dotan A., Johnson D., Kherani A., Jahangir K., Tennant M.T.S. Ophthalmologica 2019;241:170–172 (https://doi.org/10.1159/000492538)
5.    Health Professions’ Burnout Crisis: A Case for Health Care Systems to Realize and Invest in the Wellbeing of Health Care Professions.
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. Stanford Medicine X | ED, April 28-29, 2018, Stanford, USA
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6.    Precision Initiatives: Personalized Assessment, Learning & Leadership Development for Health Care Professions – Empowering Learners, Increasing Ownership.
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. Stanford Medicine X | ED, April 28-29, 2018, Stanford, USA
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7.    Lifelong Learning (L3) Transformation Framework: A Vision for Evolution of Medical Education, including CME/CPD. 
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. Stanford Medicine X | ED, April 28-29, 2018, Stanford, USA
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8.    Role of Design-Thinking (DT)&Behavioural Insights (BI) in Health Professions’ Lifelong Learning (L3): Delivering Right Care and Ensuring More Patient Safety.
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. Stanford Medicine X | ED, April 28-29, 2018, Stanford, USA
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9.    Personalized Assessment & Learning (PAL) for Health Care Professions: Empowering Learners, Increasing Ownership.
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. Academy of Medical Educators (AoME) Annual Academic Meeting, April 25, 2018, Sheffield, UK
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10.    Health professions’ burnout crisis: A case for health care & medical education (MedEd) institutions to invest in the wellbeing of healthcare professions. 
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. Academy of Medical Educators (AoME) Annual Academic Meeting, April 25, 2018, Sheffield, UK
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11.    Personalized Assessment & Learning (PAL) for Health Care Professions: Empowering Learners, Increasing Ownership.
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. International Conference on Medical Education (ICME) and the Ottawa Conference on Assessment in Medical Education, Mar 10-14, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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12.    Role of Design Thinking in Medical Education: Delivering Right Care and Ensuring More Patient Safety. 
Khurram Jahangir, Paul Agbulu, Jane Tipping. International Conference on Medical Education (ICME) and the Ottawa Conference on Assessment in Medical Education, Mar 10-14, 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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13.    Precision Initiatives – embracing technology, preserving humanness; transforming paradigm of personalized learning by introducing a framework around “what matters to you?”
Khurram Jahangir. 2017 American Conference on Physician Health: Creating an Organizational Foundation to Achieve Joy in Medicine, Oct 12-13, 2017, San Francisco, USA 
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14.    Envisioning a new lifelong learning system for health care professions: Realizing synergy & creating collaborations to enhance learning & maintain competence.
Khurram Jahangir. International Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference 2017, 26-30 Aug, Helsinki, Finland
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15.    Surgical outcomes for retinal detachment repair in the province of Alberta: Results from the Physician Learning Program initiative.
Dotan A., Johnson D.E., Kerani A., Jahangir K., and Tennant M. Canadian Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting, June 15-18, 2017, Montreal, Canada 
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16.    Establishing a new academic CME entity at the University of Alberta: envisioning a new lifelong learning system by realizing synergy & creating collaborations to enhance physician learning.
Jahangir K. Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) Annual Meeting, May 17-20, 2017, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
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17.    Coalescence of Physician Learning Program (PLP) with Lifelong Learning: A symbiotic partnership to align physicians’ learning for quality in Alberta.
Jahangir K. Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) Annual Meeting, May 17-20, 2017, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
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18.    Collaborative between two CPD offices for accreditation of CME programs using a peer-review “buddy” process.
Jahangir K., Schneeweiss S., Jane Tipping. Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) Annual Meeting, May 17-20, 2017, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
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19.    Post-colonoscopy colorectal cancers identified by population-based analysis are frequently related to factors independent of colonoscopy quality.
Daniel C. Sadowski, Dianne E.  Johnson, Khurram Jahangir, Clarence K. Wong. Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2017, 6-9 May 2017, Chicago, IL, USA
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20.    Evaluating a tool for assimilating competency-by-design: An innovative new survey designed to capture perceived and unperceived needs of family physicians in Alberta in the context of CanMEDS competencies.
Khurram Jahangir, Lorraine Dubois, Shelley Ross. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) 2017, 29 April - May 2, 2017, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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21.    Precision Assessment & Learning (PAL): helping foster a culture of accountability by empowering the learners.
Khurram Jahangir, Gordon Giddings, Sara Davison. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) 2017, 29 April - May 2, 2017, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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22.    Using flowcharts for improved efficiency in delivery of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) activities.
Khurram Jahangir. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) 2017, 29 April - May 2, 2017, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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23.    Recognizing and establishing enabling mechanisms for successful realization of collaborative to advance healthcare quality outcomes.
Khurram Jahangir. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) 2017, 29 April - May 2, 2017, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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24.    Digitizing Lifelong Learning’s strategic plan to emphasize its dynamic nature.
Khurram Jahangir. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) 2017, 29 April - May 2, 2017, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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25.    Meeting palliative clinicians' advanced learning needs in kidney palliative care.
Gordon Giddings, Khurram Jahangir, Sara Davidson. American Society of Nephrology – Kidney Week 2016, November 2016, Chicago, USA
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26.    Innovative training options for physicians in the palliation of end stage kidney disease patients.
Gordon Giddings, Khurram Jahangir, Sara Davidson. International Congress on Palliative Care, 18-21 Oct 2016, Montreal, Canada
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27.    Precision Assessment & Learning (PAL) – moving accountability from self to society.
Khurram Jahangir. 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference (NAC) 2016, Toronto, Canada
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28.    A survey designed to capture perceived and unperceived needs of family physicians in Alberta around CanMEDS roles.
Khurram Jahangir, Lorraine Dubois, Shelley Ross. 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference (NAC) 2016, Toronto, Canada 
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29.    An innovative method of presenting practice specific data to physicians: retinal detachment treatment success rates for the province of Alberta.
Dianne Johnson, Brock Setchell, Matthew Tennant, Amir Kherani, Assaf Dotan, Khurram Jahangir. 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference (NAC) 2016, Toronto, Canada
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30.    Using Gantt charts to manage continuous professional development (CPD) activities in Alberta.
Brock Setchell, Dianne Johnson, Khurram Jahangir. 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference (NAC) 2016, Toronto, Canada
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31.    The use of data to promote physician learning: cholecystectomy conversion rates for the province of Alberta.
Dianne Johnson, Brock Setchell, Dereck Mok, Moah Switzer, Khurram Jahangir. 8th National CPD Accreditation Conference (NAC) 2016, Toronto, Canada 
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32.    Development of a novel competency-based kidney palliative medicine academic enrichment training program for palliative care.
Gordon Giddings, Khurram Jahangir, Sara Davidson. Australia New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine Conference, Perth, AUS, September 2016
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33.    Dapsone-induced methemoglobinemia: Case of the blue lady.
Burke, P., Jahangir, K., Kolber, M. Canadian Family Physician 2013; 59(9): 958-61
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34.    Fish-oil capsule ingestion: A case of recurrent anaphylaxis.
Kmet, A., Unger, J., Jahangir, K., Kolber, M. Canadian Family Physician 2012; 58(7): e379-381
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35.    Attitudes and beliefs of General Practitioners towards the menopause, menopausal patients and their treatment.
Jahangir, K. 7th European Students’ Conference of the Charite’, Berlin, Germany, 1996
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36.    Gastrothorax masquerading as tension pneumothorax in an 8-month old
Kapusta, K., Kolber, M.R., Jahangir, K.

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