SubmissionId 30317

Code
PCW - 3

Category

Authors
  • Marcia Docherty
  • Marcia Docherty

Affiliation
None

Reg Fee?
yes

Fee
$80

Length of Presentation
Half Day (4 hours)

Title

Abstract (Rationale / Background / Purpose)

Rationale/Background

As the competence by design (CBD) approach is being implemented across residency training programs, issues are beginning to appear. These issues can include insufficient access to procedural competencies for all residents, insufficient cases for residents to develop competence, residents claiming competence with insufficient experience, competency failure, evaluation overload, non-compliance of evaluations by supervising physicians, inconsistent or conflicting standards of competence across a field, and so on. These issues are not evidence of an unsuccessful CBD program design but symptoms of CBME misuse and abuse.

This workshop will expand your understanding of competence in order that CBD implementation challenges can be correctly diagnosed and treated. It will introduce a holistic approach to understanding competence that can lead to transformational problem solving. Attendees will be provided a framework that will help to identify the nature of the affliction and associated interventions will be discussed. Bring your most frustrating cases for consultation.

Instructional Methods

A short presentation will be given and cases will be analyzed and discussed as large and small groups.

Target Audience

Physicians, medical educators, and practitioners involved in competency-based educational programming as well as regulatory and accreditation personnel.

Learning Objective

  • Recognize CBME misuse and abuse.
  • Identify ameliorating strategies to address CBME misuse and abuse.

Optional Literature References

Bateson, G. (1972b/1987). Steps to an ecology of mind. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

Bleakley, A. (2010). Blunting Occam’s razor: Aligning medical education with studies of complexity. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 16, 849-855.

Ericsson, K.A. (2008). Deliberate practice and acquisition of expert performance: A general overview. Academic Emergency Medicine, 15, 988-944.


Term 1
Yes

Term 2
Yes

Term 3
Yes

Term 4
Yes

Term 5
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