COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK  FOR PSYCHIATRY

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AIMS AS STATED IN THE INITIAL PROPOSAL IN APRIL 2007. To develop a competencies-based training programme in psychiatry acceptable to all European psychiatric associations members of UEMS and complementary to the European Charter on Psychiatric Training for Psychiatrists and the Profile of the Eur

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1. COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK FOR PSYCHIATRY UEMS SECTION AND BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY BUDAPEST APRIL 2009

2. AIMS AS STATED IN THE INITIAL PROPOSAL IN APRIL 2007 To develop a competencies-based training programme in psychiatry acceptable to all European psychiatric associations members of UEMS and complementary to the European Charter on Psychiatric Training for Psychiatrists and the Profile of the European Psychiatrist.

3. WORKING GROUP MEMBERS Manuel Gomez-Beneyto (Chair) Jacek Bomba, Poland Andrew Brittlebank, UK Joanna Carroll Homayon Chaudhry, PWG Roelof ten Doesschate Elisabete Fradique, Portugal Slaðana Iveziæ, Croatia Luboš Janu, Czech Republic Nils Lindefors, Sweden Anne Lindhardt, Denmark Amit Malik, EFPT Kajsa Noström, EFPT Izu Nwachukwu, EFPT Eva Pálová, Slovakia Joseph Saliba Laszlo Tringer, Hungary Andreas Zachariadis, Greece Slavko Ziherl, Slovenia Ian Soosay

4. PROCEDURE CanMEDS Physician Competency Framework (RCPhysCanada) Core Competencies for Psychiatric Practice (ABPN) Competence based Curriculum for Specialist Training in Psychiatry RCPsych

5. PROCEDURE The seven roles included in the "Profile of the Psychiatrist“ (Expert Decision-making, Communicator, etc) were allocated to seven pairs of members of the working group each linked with an EFPT member They were then asked to select items from CanMEDS Physician Competency Framework and from Core Competencies for Psychiatric Practice (ABPN), modifying them as necessary to render them more relevant to the European perspective, and also adding new items as necessary Izmir April 2008

6. PROCEDURE Individual members of each group were asked to work separately without consulting each other. Following that each individual member of the group had to consult with three psychiatrists involved in direct postgraduate training (ie: tutors or supervisors with more than five years of experience). Trainees had to team with three experts (ie: trainees with more than two years of training). As a result of this we obtained an extensive list of competencies to work on. April 2008-Febr 08

7. PROCEDURE As a result of the previous work a long list of competencies full of repetitions and inconsistencies was produced To facilitate the task of working on the list and cleaning it up a reduced core working group was set up

8. CORE WORKING GROUP Manuel Gomez-Beneyto (Chair) Joanna Carroll Roelof ten Doesschate Izu Nwachukwu (EFPT) Joseph Saliba (Vice-Chair) Ian Soosay (EFPT)

9. PROCEDURE The core working group obtained funding from the Section to have a meeting in February 2008. Some items were added and some deleted to achieve consistency The new clean list was distributed again to the national associations for evaluation Valencia, July 2008

10. PROCEDURE The list of competencies was reviewed by the working group taking into consideration the suggestions made by the national associations Copenhagen, April 2008

11. The Core Working Group obtained new funding from the Section to meet in October 2008 After reflection the aims of the working group were changed: it was decided not to go on to develop a structured training programme based on competencies but rather to leave the list as it was to allow national associations to adapt it to their national training regulations. It was also decided to add some recommendations regarding assessment. Ghent, October 2008

12. PROCEDURE Again the Core Working Group was supported by the Section to meet in London in order to receive training in assessment Once this was achieved the group went on to develop a complete list of methods of assessment for each one of the competencies London, December 2008

13. PROCEDURE Finally the group met for two days before the Budapest meeting to complete the document by adding an introduction and a glossary of terms Budapest, April 2009

14. COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK FOR PSYCHIATRY INTRODUCTION Purpose of the competency framework Structure of the competency framework Definition of psychiatry COMPETENCIES FRAMEWORK FOR PSYCHIATRY Roles Key competencies Supporting competencies METHODS OF ASSESSMENT Knowledge Competencies Performance Assessment vignettes REFERENCES

15. PLAN OF ACTION To distribute the document to the national associations as well as to the EFPT for review To consult with EUFAMI, GAMIAN, EPA and WPA To modify the document accordingly and present it to the Section for approval in the next meeting

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