R 3 P Colloquium American Board of Pediatrics Jan. 31 – Feb. 2, 2007 The Past, Present and Future Assessments of Clinical Competence A Canadian Perspective. Bob Hilliard MD EdD FRCPC Pediatric Specialty Committee. Many, many thanks for the invitation!! Overview – No Debate Whatsoever
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American Board of Pediatrics
Jan. 31 – Feb. 2, 2007
The Past, Present and Future Assessments of Clinical Competence
A Canadian Perspective
Bob HilliardMD EdD FRCPC
Pediatric Specialty Committee
Overview – No Debate Whatsoever
Assessments and evaluations in a pediatric residency program must be an integral part of the curriculum (teaching and learning experiences) and based on clear, obtainable and measurable educational objectives!!
Examinations and evaluations influence, direct and drive resident learning: what, how, why.
This includes not just the content of what is on the examination but also the format.
one (1) additional year of general pediatrics, or
the first year (1) of pediatric subspecialty training
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) exam
Two-part oral exam
long case – observed + discussion / short case
four cards selected from a box of questions
Systems Based Knowledge +!
Skills Patient Care
Formative - face-to-face feedback
What should be the standards of a practicing pediatrician in Canada and how should these competencies be evaluated?
One Grade Only and That the Best!!
Any Comments or Questions??