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Collaborative CBD implementation begins in 2 months - May 2017

Collaborative CBD implementation begins in 2 months

Vol. 2, No. 2 — May 2017

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Royal College CEO Andrew Padmos

Steady progression, continuous collaboration: CBD remains on track

A key success factor for enabling CBD is for the Royal College to work closely with our partners. Dr. Padmos is pleased to update you on our engagement efforts, as well as our final steps towards making CBD a reality on July 1, 2017.

Program Director Dr. Anderson

CBD on the ground: A conversation with Program Director Dr. Anderson

In this edition, we connect with Dr. Rob Anderson, a Program Director in Anesthesiology with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Learn more about his experiences and challenges championing CBD, including why he believes CBD will help better support those learners who are struggling.

Learn how ePortfolio will enhance learning and assessment

Learn how ePortfolio will enhance learning and assessment

The Royal College Resident ePortfolio enables clinical experts (who we call observers) and individuals developing skills (trainees) to logon to the software and manage their interactions electronically. Learn more about this power and intelligent tool.

Help us shape Competency-based CPD for Fellows

Help us shape Competency-based CPD for Fellows

The vision for CB-CPD places the health needs and expectations of patients at the core of a CPD system, which will use competencies as a framework to guide learning and assessment. We connect with Dr. Craig Campbell, the Royal College’s Director of Continuing Professional Development, to learn more – including how you can provide input and feedback to ensure that the changes to come are meaningful to you.

Accreditation reform: Adopting 21st century best practices

Accreditation reform: Adopting 21st century best practices

Residency accreditation in Canada is changing to align with the needs of competency-based medical education. Learn more about the Canadian Residency Accreditation Consortium (CanRAC), including the extensive national consultations with accreditation stakeholders that are helping guide the reform.

More concise & easier to find: check out our revamped CBD resources page

More concise & easier to find: check out our revamped CBD resources page

We just relaunched our CBD webpages to better connect you with the information you want and need, and to improve your user experience. From clearer, more relevant and concise content, to improved search capabilities, find the resource you need at royalcollege.ca/cbd.

ICRE 2017 to include dynamic competency-based education track

ICRE 2017 to include dynamic competency-based education track

Are you thinking of attending this year’s International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE)? Get a first look at our dedicated track to competency-based education.