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Click to edit Master subtitle style Competence by Design (CBD) Session Speaker, Date
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What is Competence by Design(CBD)? 3 Multi-year, transformational change initiative in specialty medical education; Focused on the learning continuum from the start of residency to retirement; Based on a competency model of education and assessment; and Designed to address societal health need and patient outcomes.
Why CBD? Why Now? 4 We need a system that: Assesses competence, but teaches for excellence; Ensures competencies in all domains evolve across the continuum of medical education (residency to retirement) Addresses changes to patient and societal needs; and Enables flexibility; allows physicians to identify when and how changes apply to practice.
Principles for Implementation 5 Engagement: discussion, input and feedback from you, our stakeholders; Pilot testing: small pilot initiatives to determine best practices for all aspects of CBD integration; Communication: bidirectional communication to ensure you are aware and prepared for CBD; Support: development of resources, tools and training to help implement CBD in your faculty;
Principles for Implementation con’t 6 Streamline workload: focus on reducing ineffective activities freeing time and resources; Continuous improvement: continuous adjustments and modifications based on your needs and recommendations; and Work-flow integration: develop tools/resources to ensure implementation is smooth and as work-flow neutral as possible for faculties.
Overall Approach to CBD 7 Multi-year program 1. RC Strategic Plan 2. Develop the CBD To-Be Plan 3. Strategic Consultation 4. Execution Phase 1 Complete Phase 2 Complete Phase 3 & 4 3 & 4 run concurrently Stakeholder feedback & engagement essential Consultations will support implementation Implementation will feed consultations
CBD Roadmap: and Beyond 8
CBD Identified Initiatives 9 CanMEDS 2015 Assessment Lifelong Learning Create Competency Framework & Milestones (Generic & Speciality-Specific) In-Training Competency-Based Assessment In-Practice Competency-Based Assessment Accreditation Credentialing ePortfolio Redesign Policy: Outcome-Based Focus Faculty Development and Faculty/Education Support Redesign Policy: Competency-Based Focus CBME Re-Engineer Accreditation Process Re-Engineer Credentialing Process Deliver Cohorted Roll-Out Change Exam Governance Re-Engineer Exam Delivery Develop Exam Content For Residents For Fellows Affirmation of Continued Competence
CBD Priority Initiatives 10 Define Milestones: CanMEDS 2015 Framework Specialty-specific milestones Build supporting tools and enablers which integrate across all systems: ePortfolio and eLog Faculty development and educational tools Pilot processes/tools with early adopter specialties and medical schools Create the specialty-specific milestones Build and test infrastructure
CBD Priorities Initiatives con’t 11 Plan reengineering of exams, credentialing and accreditation; Build multi-year plan and detailed plan for ; and Consult, communicate, continuously improve.
Your Input Matters 12 How can we improve the CBD Program? Let us know at: https://twitter.com/Royal_College Want more information? Visit: