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How to Write A Basic Standard Janice Wachtler, BA, CBA Executive Director, ACOEP
Why Do You Need a Standard? To ensure consistency in the educational and evaluation processes.
Why Do You Need a Basic Standard? To ensure that trainees and trainers know the expectations of a program and what outcomes should be.
What Should Be Included in a Standard? Measurable expectations Current techniques Correct terminology National requirements
How Do You Begin to Write A Standard? For a new standard - conduct a needs assessment to determine if a change is warranted or justified.
How Do You Begin to Write A Standard? Determine if a similar standard exists Dont recreate the wheel Make it pertinent to your specialty
How Do You Begin to Write A Standard? For an Existing Standard – determine how the standard is applied and if it needs to be changed
How Can You Determine If the Standard Is Good? Does it make sense? Use peers and potential users of the standard to review for syntax Dont be offended by questions
How Can You Determine If the Standard Is Good? Select a group of users to review the standard and give feedback Is it too broad or too focused to be easily enforced?
How Can You Determine If the Standard Is Good? Send it onto the approval body within your specialty group for a preliminary review.
When Do Standards Go Into Effect? One training year after AOA approval
When Do Standards Go Into Effect? Remember to keep users of standard informed as it progresses through approval process.
When Do Standards Go Into Effect? Programs should not be inspected utilizing new standard until it is effect.
Assessing the Standard Ask users to produce written implementation plan to evaluate how the standard is being incorporated into the training program.
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