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A paradigm shift in medical education has emerged to educate the next generation of physicians. Traditional structure/process education has transitioned to a competency-based medical education approach that is focused on outcomes and learner achievement. Key to this are entrustment decisions based on continuous, longitudinal performance assessments from multiple assessors. It also incorporates hands-on, active education focused on mastery of key competencies that ensure learners develop the skills required to fulfill patients' needs.
Have you recently moved to a competency-based curriculum? Is your assessment model effective? Do you have a way to determine if you are improving outcomes through your curriculum revision?
Check out our free tip sheet for 5 Key Benefits of Developing a Competency-Based Medical Curriculum in Undergraduate Medical Education.