CBME Program Evaluation Forum
As Canada shifts to a competency-based medical education (CBME) model of training, it is important to understand if it is being implemented as intended and having the desired impact. More and more, schools and organizations both in Canada and internationally are engaging in CBME program evaluation.
The CBME Program Evaluation Forum provides a space to share results, methods, and processes for evaluation topics, to create dialogue and to promote collaboration. This can allow for the identification of patterns and themes, potentially align program evaluation activities at various sites and ultimately help contribute to the overall CBME program evaluation initiative worldwide.
These meetings are an open invitation to anyone interested or engaged in program evaluation.
Each forum will review two to three webinar presentations showcasing select program evaluation projects. Members of the group will then be invited to discuss the topic more broadly by sharing thoughts, asking questions and relaying their own program evaluation projects.
Past webinar recordings and resources:
June 9, 2021: Detecting smoke before the fire: How can CBME better identify and help the resident in difficulty?
Dr. Anna Oswald, Rheumatologist, Professor, University of Alberta, Clinician Educator, RCPSC
Dr. Andrew K. Hall, Emergency Doctor, Associate Prof, Queen’s University, Clinician Educator, RCPSC
Managing residents in difficulty within CBME residency educational systems
Susan Glover-Takahashi, PhD
Residents in difficulty: A sociocultural perspective
Rune Dall Jensen, PhD
Comparing trends in the detection of residents in difficulty before and after implementation of CBME
Shelley Ross, PhD
April 22, 2021: Coaching over time: is this the return on investment for trainees in CBME?
January 23, 2020: Competence Committees – What We Know and What We Need to Know
- Introduction (15 minutes)
- Royal College statement by Dr Jason R. Frank (8 minutes)
- Dr. Karen I. Kroeker | Program Director, Adult Gastroenterology, University of Alberta (8 minutes)
- Dr. Markku Nousiainen | Program Director, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Toronto (8 minutes)
- Dr. Paolo Campisi | Program Director, Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, University of Toronto (8 minutes)
- Dr. Damon Dagnone | CBME Faculty Lead for Postgraduate Medical Education, Queen’s University (8 minutes)
- Q&A Discussion (25 minutes)
- Webinar questions answered (PDF)
- Full slide deck (PDF)
June 18, 2020: Coaching, Mentoring, and Feedback: Working through the thorns and tangles