Research Team

Julien-Carl (JC) Phaneuf

He is a gastroenterologist based in the City of Québec, Canada. He works as a Clinical Instructor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Université Laval. He obtained a Master of Medical Education degree from the University of Dundee, United Kingdom, in June 2020. He was admitted to the PhD program at Maastricht University's School of Health Professions Education (SHE), the Netherlands, in September 2021. He is the principal investigator of the present study, which he is conducting in fulfillment of the requirements of the PhD program.

Sylvia Heeneman

She is a Professor of Health Profession Education at Maastricht University's SHE. She is the promotor for the PhD research project of JC Phaneuf. Her research interests are (programmatic) assessment in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and mentoring in health professions education.

Carolin Sehlbach

She is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Educational Research and Development at Maastricht University. She is one of the co-promotors for the PhD research project of JC Phaneuf. Her research focuses on lifelong learning, workplace-based learning, and professional performance assessment.

Catharine Walsh

She is a Clinician Scientist and Associate Professor in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), University of Toronto, Canada. She is one of the co-promotors for the PhD research project of JC Phaneuf. She conducts educational measurement research focused on the assessment of competence and performance of health professionals.

Joanna Kruimel

She was trained as a gastroenterologist at Radboud University Medical Center. She completed a PhD on the topic of parenteral nutrition. She is a staff member at Maastricht University Medical Center+. She will use her first-hand her experience of gastroenterology training in the Netherlands to collaborate on data collection and analysis.