Presenters: Ivy Oandasan and Shelley Ross
Ivy Oandasan, MD, is a Clinician-Educator/Researcher, Wilson Centre for Research in Education, University of Toronto, and Associate Director, Academic Family Medicine, College of Family Physicians of Canada.
Shelley Ross, PhD, is Associate Professor and Director of Research and Innovation, Competency-Based Achievement System Program, in the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta, Canada.
In 2010, the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) approved the implementation of a CBME initiative for all family medicine residency programs in Canada. Called the Triple C Competency Based Curriculum (Triple C), this new approach to training and assessment in family medicine residency is intended to produce family medicine graduates who will be ready to practice comprehensive family medicine in any community in Canada with the competencies that reflect the changing needs of Canadians. To understand the process of implementation of CBME across residency programs and to consider the contribution of Triple C on short and long-term outcomes anticipated, data collection began in 2010 using a mixed methods approach. In this presentation, we describe CBME activities implemented, describe interim short term outcomes five years later and highlight learned lessons that can be used to help others advancing CBME.
Discussion facilitated by Dr. Rylan Egan
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