CBME Bulletin



May 2018
Entrada becomes Elentra and more news on the new platform, Medical Oncology is transitioning to competency-based medical education (CBME) on July 1, 2018, and Dr. Mary Jenkins attended a three-day workshop with the Neurology specialty committee in preparation for the transition to competency-based medical education.

March 2018
Entrada has been chosen to serve as the School’s technology platform in support of competency-based medical education (CBME), Surgical Foundations CBME Transition, and Drs. Sarah Jones and Tamara Van Hooren from Paediatrics and Dr. Arif Al-Areibi from Anesthesia & Perioperative Medicine discuss the role of the Competence Committee.

January 2018
CERI has become home base for CBME research, UME EPAs will be introduced into the new UME curriculum, and Dr. Chris Watling shares his thoughts on coaching lessons that medical educators could learn from the world of sports and music.

December 2017
Dr. Rosenfield gives his opinion on the new CBME, Dr. Mary Jenkins talks about the top take-aways from CBME, and the success for CBME by the Emergency Department.


October 2017
Your top five questions about CBME in UME are answered, new CBME staff outline their roles in supporting CBME, and we check in with the team in Emergency Medicine and Surgical Foundations on their progress towards the transition to CBME.

June 2017
Dr. Jennifer Vergel de Dios plans to launch CBME in Anesthesia and Perioperative, Dr. Chris Watling sends a message about CBME's goals, and we discuss the role of the Competence Committee.


March 2017
Dr. Chris Walting talks about the implementations of CBME, a video about the Otolaryngology experience, and upcoming events such as the Royal College Workshop.


December 2016
Dr. Kristen Chow shares her experience with Triple C in Family Medicine, Dr. Chris Watling discusses the implementation of CBME in the near future, and CERI's newest postdoctoral fellow is researching untapped resources for CBME.

October 2016
Dr. Chris Watling demystifying CBME while grapping with its challenges and demands, faculty takes part of the first World Summit on CBME in August, and Dr. Strong shares his vision for Schulich Medicine CBME.