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Enseignement et évaluation dans le cadre du référentiel CanMEDS

Les pratiques efficaces : un répertoire des meilleures pratiques

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En quête de nouvelles méthodes pour enseigner et évaluer les compétences CanMEDS? Les directeurs de programme, les résidents et les membres du corps professoral trouveront dans le Répertoire de pratiques efficaces CanMEDS plus d'une centaine de pratiques évaluées par des pairs. Ce répertoire aide les professeurs de médecine à mettre leurs idées ingénieuses en commun.

Un résumé de pratique exemplaire CanMEDS est une brève description de stratégies ou d’outils servant à enseigner ou à évaluer les compétences CanMEDS chez les médecins. Le répertoire procurera aux professeurs de médecine et aux cliniciens des idées nouvelles et de précieux outils.

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Résumés selon le rôle

Expert médical

  1. A global rating of operative microscopic surgical skills (GROMSS) for otolaryngology- Head & Neck Surgery residents: a pilot study
  2. Effective use of simulation in an obstetrical curriculum
  3. Integrated simulation for teaching and assessment of multiple skills in knee arthrocentesis
  4. La mise en place d’un programme pour l’enseignement de l’échographie dirigée aux résidents : présentation d’une solution d’enseignement combinant enseignement didactique, pratique et évaluation de la compétence
  5. Web-based directed collaborative self-study modules to enhance clinical decision-making skills in general paediatrics
  6. Promoting reflective practice: tools for individualizing resident training
  7. Foundation concepts: Resident-led series on common clinical presentations for medical students
  8. Writing a pulmonary function test (PFT) report: A novel objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) station to assess the Communicator Role
  9. Teaching chest computed tomography (CT) interpretation to respirology residents: Experience using an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) style format as a teaching method
  10. Teaching clinical skill assessment of normal child development to medical students: An integrated, evidence-based approach
  11. Case-based learning in pediatric rheumatology: An effective method for teaching the Medical Expert Role
  12. Teaching the basics of airway management via a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary course
  13. The impact of a new structured surgical skill training model for cultivating surgical competency
  14. The effect of a resident acute care resuscitation training program on 2nd year pediatric residents' confidence in “code blue” situations

Communicateur

  1. Teaching the intangibles: How to manage an emergency department
  2. Understanding the patient’s story: A theatre approach to the education of residents
  3. Teaching the "art" of code status discussions: A 2-part module
  4. Using a reflective exercise during orientation to discuss issues of supervision, communication and ideal patient safety practices
  5. Mentorship enterprise: The future frontier
  6. A tool to learn competencies in neonatal ethics: The portfolio
  7. The development of a simulation-enhanced workshop for teaching challenging communication skills to paediatric residents
  8. Envisioning a successful simulation interprofessional education model partnering microbiology residents and microbiology medical laboratory technologist trainees
  9. Integrated simulation for teaching and assessment of multiple skills in knee arthrocentesis
  10. Interprofessional Simulation to Improve Internal Medicine Resident Training
  11. Learning (together) with cases: A story of interprofessional educational collaboration
  12. Grassroots advocacy in subspecialty fellowships: developing curriculum in global health
  13. Coaching communication using simulated encounters (CCSE): an educational research study with medical residents
  14. Improving the written communication skills of specialists-an overlooked core competency
  15. A program for enhancing the communication skills of neurology residents
  16. Overview of communication skills training program for neurology residents
  17. Ethics in the neonatal-perinatal medicine residency program at the University of Ottawa: Implementation of a competency-based residency education program
  18. Foundation concepts: Resident-led series on common clinical presentations for medical students
  19. Bringing the CanMEDS Communicator Role to "life" through web based e-learning
  20. The CanMEDS objective structured clinical examination (OSCE): Evaluating outside of the box - an example from diagnostic radiology
  21. Using standardized family members to teach communication skills and ethical principles to critical care trainees
  22. Teaching residents to evaluate and teach (TREaT) curriculum: Piloting a resident-as-teacher program
  23. Transversal competencies: The global approach at la Faculté de médecine de l’Université Laval
  24. An interprofessional education/collaboration (IPE/C) program in maternity care: Development, implementation, evaluation and adaptability
  25. Teaching interprofessional communication and conflict management (CCM) skill
  26. Writing a pulmonary function test (PFT) report: A novel objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) station to assess the Communicator Role
  27. A novel approach to case presentations in academic Emergency Medicine
  28. Communication skills workshop for residency training program
  29. Transitioning to competency-based education for EEG, epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology residency rotations

Collaborateur

  1. Mentorship enterprise: The future frontier
  2. A team approach to identifying residents in need, diagnosing their needs and designing appropriate interventions
  3. Envisioning a successful simulation interprofessional education model partnering microbiology residents and microbiology medical laboratory technologist trainees
  4. Interprofessional Simulation to Improve Internal Medicine Resident Training
  5. Learning (together) with cases: A story of interprofessional educational collaboration
  6. Web-based directed collaborative self-study modules to enhance clinical decision-making skills in general paediatrics
  7. Grassroots advocacy in subspecialty fellowships: developing curriculum in global health
  8. Response to intimate partner violence: a multi/inter-disciplinary workshop for professional students in the faculty of health sciences and the faculty of law
  9. Educating surgical specialty residents for leadership and advocacy in Canadian health care reform
  10. Interprofessional collaboration workshops: How residents learn about CanMEDS Collaborator Role in practising teams
  11. Teaching residents to evaluate and teach (TREaT) curriculum: Piloting a resident-as-teacher program
  12. Transversal competencies: The global approach at la Faculté de médecine de l’Université Laval
  13. An interprofessional education/collaboration (IPE/C) program in maternity care: Development, implementation, evaluation and adaptability
  14. Teaching interprofessional communication and conflict management (CCM) skill
  15. La supervision par observation directe au département de médecine d’urgence
  16. The Endocrine Advocacy Project
  17. Teaching ethics to critical care trainees: the University of Toronto experience
  18. Teaching the basics of airway management via a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary course

Professionnel

  1. Building resident resilience: Using mindfulness, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and solution-focused therapy to teach residents stress management skills
  2. Using a reflective exercise during orientation to discuss issues of supervision, communication and ideal patient safety practices
  3. Mentorship enterprise: The future frontier
  4. A tool to learn competencies in neonatal ethics: The portfolio
  5. Envisioning a successful simulation interprofessional education model partnering microbiology residents and microbiology medical laboratory technologist trainees
  6. Interprofessional Simulation to Improve Internal Medicine Resident Training
  7. Learning (together) with cases: A story of interprofessional educational collaboration
  8. Genetics in medicine: An ethics curriculum
  9. Grassroots advocacy in subspecialty fellowships: developing curriculum in global health
  10. "Fellows clinic": the CanMEDS Roles in action
  11. Ethics in the neonatal-perinatal medicine residency program at the University of Ottawa: Implementation of a competency-based residency education program
  12. Educating surgical specialty residents for leadership and advocacy in Canadian health care reform
  13. Interprofessional collaboration workshops: How residents learn about CanMEDS Collaborator Role in practising teams
  14. The CanMEDS objective structured clinical examination (OSCE): Evaluating outside of the box - an example from diagnostic radiology
  15. Using standardized family members to teach communication skills and ethical principles to critical care trainees
  16. Transversal competencies: The global approach at la Faculté de médecine de l’Université Laval
  17. An interprofessional education/collaboration (IPE/C) program in maternity care: Development, implementation, evaluation and adaptability
  18. Teaching interprofessional communication and conflict management (CCM) skill
  19. Teaching ethics to critical care trainees: the University of Toronto experience
  20. Teaching faculty to facilitate team-based health care professionalism workshop in the team-based learning style
  21. Transitioning to competency-based education for EEG, epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology residency rotations
  22. Abstract - Digital Professionalism: Teaching Best Practice Recommendations for Capturing and Sharing Clinical Photos on a Smartphone to Residency Training Programs
  23. Presentation - Digital Professionalism: Teaching Best Practice Recommendations for Capturing and Sharing Clinical Photos on a Smartphone to Residency Training Programs

CanMEDS - Général

  1. Qualitative feedback and the narrative ITER in Emergency Medicine
  2. Creating a national resource of medical imaging education: Research to practice
  3. Assessing the teachable moment
  4. What does competent performance look like? A problem-based redefinition of competence
  5. Implementation of a portfolio-based evaluation process for residents in community medicine
  6. La mise en place d’un programme pour l’enseignement de l’échographie dirigée aux résidents : présentation d’une solution d’enseignement combinant enseignement didactique, pratique et évaluation de la compétence
  7. Collaborative faculty development
  8. Simulation for remote and distributed teaching, training and assessment
  9. Encounter cards: A tool for competency based assessment in a multi-learner, multi-faculty rotation
  10. A Needs Assessment for a CanMeds-Based Curriculum in Ambulatory Care for Internal Medicine Residents in Canada
  11. Co-operative learning as an instructional strategy in undergraduate medical education
  12. PDA activity tracking includes building a portfolio of learning experiences
  13. Cooperative group simulations for teaching/learning CanMEDS Roles: supporting example from a collaboration exercise
  14. Multi-dimensional evaluation of an integrated, intensive, multispecialties "introduction to core competencies" rotation
  15. Community health initiative by university students (CHIUS) is service-learning model for student driven health initiatives that responds to the needs of marginalized communities
  16. Development of a web-based internal medicine residency curriculum (e-Res) using principles of electronic academic detailing
  17. Chief residents as role models for CanMEDS - the Canadian Pediatrics Chief Resident Conference
  18. A Daily Encounter Card to Assess Undergraduate Emergency Medicine Trainees
  19. Tracking Clinical Exposure Through the Customized ZoomEndo Software
  20. "RAPID" Mnemonic for Managing Patients in the Emergency Department - An Educational Tool
  21. An integrated objective scoring system to assess CanMEDS Roles, skills and knowledge during crisis simulation
  22. A novel method of evaluating the CanMEDS Roles on a daily basis
  23. The chief resident as a role model for CanMEDS: A surgery chief resident workshop
  24. The postgraduate curriculum development project of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, Faculty of Radiation Oncology
  25. How to involve your residents in developing CanMEDS initiatives: An innovative CanMEDS workshop to identify resident-driven priorities
  26. A simple portfolio to learn reflective practice, CanMEDS roles, and how to meet professional challenges
  27. Novel use of Google sites to create a distributed toolkit for a hematopathology residency training program in Canada
  28. Morning Report Blog: A web resource to complement case-based teaching
  29. Residents learning CanMEDS competencies through a curriculum web initiative
  30. Development and implementation of a competency-based curriculum in orthopaedic surgery
  31. Enhancing residents' competence in end-of-life care: Educational strategies informed by residents' perceived competence and priorities for learning
  32. Leadership skills for neonatal fellows
  33. The program CanMEDS portfolio: A high-impact tool for your residency program
  34. Tool to promote CanMEDS teaching and evaluation in Laboratory Medicine
  35. A novel approach to case presentations in academic Emergency Medicine
  36. Effective audiovisual presentation: A critical appraisal of electronic presentation software and suggestions for its appropriate use in residency teaching
  37. Trainee and faculty perspectives on the use of a CanMEDS portfolio in a pediatric fellowship program
  38. Residents learning CanMEDS competencies through a curriculum web initiative
  39. A checklist for evaluating CanMEDS Roles in laboratory medicine/anatomic pathology: Adaptation for clinical specialties without direct patient care roles
  40. Extending the interview to all medical school applicants: Computer-based assessment for sampling personal characteristics (CASPer)
  41. Practical application of educational concepts in medical teaching
  42. The CanMEDS portfolio: A useful tool for documentation and evaluation of CanMEDS activities for residents – an example from diagnostic radiology
  43. Les CanMEDS et la globalization : Expérience libanaise d’une année
  44. The academic half-day redesigned: A learner centered and systems-based curriculum
  45. Teaching in medical education: Developing a radiological skill set for Canadian medical graduates and trainees
  46. Introduction and assessment of the annual anatomy review course for Obstetrics and Gynaecology residency program at the University of Ottawa
  47. Teaching the teachers: An intervention designed to provide residents with the tools to teach non–Medical Expert CanMEDS Roles to more junior trainees

Ressources selon la catégorie

Curriculum

  1. Creating a national resource of medical imaging education: Research to practice
  2. Navigating the wellness-performance interface for collaborative remediation planning
  3. What does competent performance look like? A problem-based redefinition of competence
  4. A team approach to identifying residents in need, diagnosing their needs and designing appropriate interventions
  5. Implementation of a portfolio-based evaluation process for residents in community medicine
  6. Envisioning a successful simulation interprofessional education model partnering microbiology residents and microbiology medical laboratory technologist trainees
  7. La mise en place d’un programme pour l’enseignement de l’échographie dirigée aux résidents : présentation d’une solution d’enseignement combinant enseignement didactique, pratique et évaluation de la compétence
  8. Learning (together) with cases: A story of interprofessional educational collaboration
  9. Simulation for remote and distributed teaching, training and assessment
  10. Genetics in medicine: An ethics curriculum
  11. Grassroots advocacy in subspecialty fellowships: developing curriculum in global health
  12. A Needs Assessment for a CanMeds-Based Curriculum in Ambulatory Care for Internal Medicine Residents in Canada
  13. Co-operative learning as an instructional strategy in undergraduate medical education
  14. Multi-dimensional evaluation of an integrated, intensive, multispecialties "introduction to core competencies" rotation
  15. Development of a web-based internal medicine residency curriculum (e-Res) using principles of electronic academic detailing
  16. Using portfolios in Anesthesiology
  17. Development of a practice management curriculum for General Surgery
  18. Ethics in the neonatal-perinatal medicine residency program at the University of Ottawa: Implementation of a competency-based residency education program
  19. The chief resident as a role model for CanMEDS: A surgery chief resident workshop
  20. The postgraduate curriculum development project of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, Faculty of Radiation Oncology
  21. Bringing the CanMEDS Communicator Role to "life" through web based e- learning
  22. Resident as Learner and Teacher (RALT): A comprehensive web based e-learning module that contributes to teaching of the Scholar Role
  23. Residents as leaders: An innovative curriculum for the development of leadership skills in residency
  24. Residents learning CanMEDS competencies through a curriculum web initiative
  25. Development and implementation of a competency-based curriculum in orthopaedic surgery
  26. Enhancing residents' competence in end-of-life care: Educational strategies informed by residents' perceived competence and priorities for learning
  27. The program CanMEDS portfolio: A high-impact tool for your residency program
  28. Managing energy: Incorporating the science of stamina into a residency curriculum
  29. Teaching residents to evaluate and teach (TREaT) curriculum: Piloting a resident-as-teacher program
  30. Transversal competencies: The global approach at la Faculté de médecine de l’Université Laval
  31. Residents learning CanMEDS competencies through a curriculum web initiative
  32. CanMEDS Scholar: Developing a progressive residents-as-teachers training program that is appropriate to residents’ level of experience
  33. An interprofessional education/collaboration (IPE/C) program in maternity care: Development, implementation, evaluation and adaptability
  34. Teaching interprofessional communication and conflict management (CCM) skill
  35. Practical application of educational concepts in medical teaching
  36. The academic half-day redesigned: A learner centered and systems-based curriculum
  37. Introduction of a health advocacy module into an emergency curriculum
  38. Teaching faculty to facilitate team-based health care professionalism workshop in the team-based learning style
  39. Teaching in medical education: Developing a radiological skill set for Canadian medical graduates and trainees

Outil/méthode d'enseignement

  1. Creating a national resource of medical imaging education: Research to practice
  2. Teaching the intangibles: How to manage an emergency department
  3. Understanding the patient’s story: A theatre approach to the education of residents
  4. Teaching the "art" of code status discussions: A 2-part module
  5. Building resident resilience: Using mindfulness, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and solution-focused therapy to teach residents stress management skills
  6. Using a reflective exercise during orientation to discuss issues of supervision, communication and ideal patient safety practices
  7. Mentorship enterprise: The future frontier
  8. A tool to learn competencies in neonatal ethics: The portfolio
  9. The development of a simulation-enhanced workshop for teaching challenging communication skills to paediatric residents
  10. Effective use of simulation in an obstetrical curriculum
  11. Integrated simulation for teaching and assessment of multiple skills in knee arthrocentesis
  12. Interprofessional Simulation to Improve Internal Medicine Resident Training
  13. Web-based directed collaborative self-study modules to enhance clinical decision-making skills in general paediatrics
  14. Collaborative faculty development
  15. Co-operative learning as an instructional strategy in undergraduate medical education
  16. Response to intimate partner violence: a multi/inter-disciplinary workshop for professional students in the faculty of health sciences and the faculty of law
  17. PDA activity tracking includes building a portfolio of learning experiences
  18. Overview of communication skills training program for neurology residents
  19. A program for enhancing the communication skills of neurology residents
  20. Community health initiative by university students (CHIUS) is service learning model for student driven health initiatives that responds to the needs of marginalized communities
  21. "Fellows clinic": the CanMEDS Roles in action
  22. Chief residents as role models for CanMEDS - the Canadian Pediatrics Chief Resident Conference
  23. Cooperative group simulations for teaching/learning CanMEDS Roles: supporting example from a collaboration exercise
  24. Promoting reflective practice: tools for individualizing resident training
  25. Development of a practice management curriculum for General Surgery
  26. Tracking Clinical Exposure Through the Customized ZoomEndo Software
  27. "RAPID" Mnemonic for Managing Patients in the Emergency Department - An Educational Tool
  28. How to involve your residents in developing CanMEDS initiatives: An innovative CanMEDS workshop to identify resident-driven priorities
  29. A simple portfolio to learn reflective practice, CanMEDS roles, and how to meet professional challenges
  30. Teaching administrative medicine to residents: Development and implementation of a physician manager curriculum
  31. Educating surgical specialty residents for leadership and advocacy in Canadian health care reform
  32. Interprofessional collaboration workshops: How residents learn about CanMEDS Collaborator Role in practising teams
  33. Foundation concepts: Resident-led series on common clinical presentations for medical students
  34. Novel use of Google sites to create a distributed toolkit for a hematopathology residency training program in Canada
  35. Morning Report Blog: A web resource to complement case-based teaching
  36. Leadership skills for neonatal fellows
  37. Using standardized family members to teach communication skills and ethical principles to critical care trainees
  38. Development of a Manager rotation for senior subspecialty residents in Developmental Pediatrics
  39. Tool to promote CanMEDS teaching and evaluation in Laboratory Medicine
  40. A novel approach to case presentations in academic Emergency Medicine
  41. Effective audiovisual presentation: A critical appraisal of electronic presentation software and suggestions for its appropriate use in residency teaching
  42. The CanMEDS portfolio: A useful tool for documentation and evaluation of CanMEDS activities for residents – an example from diagnostic radiology
  43. The impact of a new structured surgical skill training model for cultivating surgical competency
  44. Teaching chest computed tomography (CT) interpretation to respirology residents: Experience using an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) style format as a teaching method
  45. The academic half-day redesigned: A learner centered and systems-based curriculum
  46. Teaching clinical skill assessment of normal child development to medical students: An integrated, evidence-based approach
  47. The Endocrine Advocacy Project
  48. Case-based learning in pediatric rheumatology: An effective method for teaching the Medical Expert Role
  49. Teaching in medical education: Developing a radiological skill set for Canadian medical graduates and trainees
  50. Teaching ethics to critical care trainees: the University of Toronto experience
  51. The effect of a resident acute care resuscitation training program on 2nd year pediatric residents' confidence in “code blue” situations
  52. Teaching the teachers: An intervention designed to provide residents with the tools to teach non–Medical Expert CanMEDS Roles to more junior trainees
  53. Teaching faculty to facilitate team-based health care professionalism workshop in the team-based learning style
  54. Teaching the basics of airway management via a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary course
  55. Communication skills workshop for residency training program
  56. Teaching the CanMEDS role of Health Advocate: A modular format easily applied to any residency program

Outil/méthode d'évaluation

  1. Qualitative feedback and the narrative ITER in Emergency Medicine
  2. A tool to learn competencies in neonatal ethics: The portfolio
  3. Assessing the teachable moment
  4. Implementation of a portfolio-based evaluation process for residents in community medicine
  5. A global rating of operative microscopic surgical skills (GROMSS) for otolaryngology- Head & Neck Surgery residents: a pilot study
  6. Integrated simulation for teaching and assessment of multiple skills in knee arthrocentesis
  7. Encounter cards: A tool for competency based assessment in a multi-learner, multi-faculty rotation
  8. Coaching communication using simulated encounters (CCSE): an educational research study with medical residents
  9. Improving the written communication skills of specialists - an overlooked core competency
  10. Using portfolios in Anesthesiology
  11. A Daily Encounter Card to Assess Undergraduate Emergency Medicine Trainees
  12. Tracking Clinical Exposure Through the Customized ZoomEndo Software
  13. An integrated objective scoring system to assess CanMEDS Roles, skills and knowledge during crisis simulation
  14. A novel method of evaluating the CanMEDS Roles on a daily basis
  15. Residents learning CanMEDS competencies through a curriculum web initiative
  16. The CanMEDS objective structured clinical examination (OSCE): Evaluating outside of the box - an example from diagnostic radiology
  17. Trainee and faculty perspectives on the use of a CanMEDS portfolio in a pediatric fellowship program
  18. A checklist for evaluating CanMEDS Roles in laboratory medicine/anatomic pathology: Adaptation for clinical specialties without direct patient care roles
  19. Extending the interview to all medical school applicants: Computer-based assessment for sampling personal characteristics (CASPer)
  20. Writing a pulmonary function test (PFT) report: A novel objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) station to assess the Communicator Role
  21. Les CanMEDS et la globalization : Expérience libanaise d’une année
  22. La supervision par observation directe au département de médecine d’urgence
  23. The CanMEDS portfolio: A useful tool for documentation and evaluation of CanMEDS activities for residents – an example from diagnostic radiology
  24. Case-based learning in pediatric rheumatology: An effective method for teaching the Medical Expert Role
  25. Introduction and assessment of the annual anatomy review course for Obstetrics and Gynaecology residency program at the University of Ottawa
  26. Transitioning to competency-based education for EEG, epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology residency rotations

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