The team at CERI is digging deep to answer important research questions about CBME. They are exploring new forms of assessment using the patient records system, understanding the interdependence of faculty and resident and so much more.
CBME activity in postgraduate medical education is visible everywhere. Your colleagues at Schulich Medicine have been busy. Catch up with Drs. Rotenberg, Vergel De Dios and the teams in Surgical Foundations, Oncology and Urology.
The Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Program Curriculum Committee recently approved the new curricular renewal project committee structure and processes. A newly reformatted project governance committee, comprised of faculty, students, residents and staff from all Schulich Medicine campuses, will commence in January 2018 for project oversight and report directly to the UME Curriculum Committee.
Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) is a popular topic of conversation at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry these days. Dr. Jay Rosenfield, vice dean, Medical Education is enthusiastic about the transition and sees it as an opportunity for positive change for learners and faculty alike, and for broader medical education reform responsive to the health care needs of the community.
Seven different CBME research projects will share which was provided through the Competency-Based Medical Education Innovation Fund. Projects focused on a wide variety of themes from Neurosurgical-Team, Simulation based training to Developing an assessment tool for on-call experiences in surgical education.
Competency-based medical education (CBME) was a major topic in presentations and during discussion at the recent International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Whether you participated in the research and faculty development programming, associated administrative meetings or informal networking opportunities, CBME was front and centre. Here are five important take-aways from the conference.
From Technology Support to Curriculum and Assessment - we've got you covered. Learn more about how Joan and Sylvia's new roles will intersect with your work in CBME and how they will be supporting the process.
Dr. Rotenberg was recently profiled in CBD Community Touchpoint an e-newsletter about CBD by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Read about his learnings, surprises and challenges as a Program Director experiencing the transition to competency based medical education.
Thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, the School will be able to fund three or four small, pilot projects reflecting a spirit of innovation regarding Competence by Design implementation. A call for proposals will be distributed to all programs and departments in the coming weeks.
No matter when your program will begin its transition to CBME, it's never too early to learn about the steps that will be required. You can read more by visiting the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada website.