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Competency-based medical education: theory to practice
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The evolution of CBME from the outcomes movement in the 20th century to a renewed approach that, focused on accountability and curricular outcomes and organized around competencies, promotes greater learner-centredness and de-emphasizes time-based curricular design is described.
The role of assessment in competency-based medical education
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Given the importance of assessment and evaluation for CBME, the medical education community will need more collaborative research to address several major challenges in assessment, including “best practices” in the context of systems and institutional culture and how to best to train faculty to be better evaluators.
Qualitative Analysis of Mothers' Decision-Making About Vaccines for Infants: The Importance of Trust
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Trust or lack of trust and a relationship with a pediatrician or another influential person were pivotal for decision-making of new mothers about vaccinating their children.
Tools for direct observation and assessment of clinical skills of medical trainees: a systematic review.
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Although many tools are available for the direct observation of clinical skills, validity evidence and description of educational outcomes are scarce.
Factors influencing responsiveness to feedback: on the interplay between fear, confidence, and reasoning processes
TLDR
The interplay observed between fear, confidence, and reasoning processes reinforces the notion that there is no simple recipe for the delivery of effective feedback.
Charting the road to competence: developmental milestones for internal medicine residency training.
TLDR
The milestones resulting from this effort will promote competency-based resident education in internal medicine, and will allow program directors to track the progress of residents and inform decisions regarding promotion and readiness for independent practice.
Faculty development in assessment: the missing link in competency-based medical education.
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The authors outline the current challenges of medical education and provide suggestions on where faculty development efforts should be focused and how such an initiative might be accomplished.
Implementation of competency‐based medical education: are we addressing the concerns and challenges?
TLDR
Competency‐based medical education has emerged as a core strategy to educate and assess the next generation of physicians with a focus on outcomes and learner achievement.
The Relationship between Specialty Choice and Gender of U.S. Medical Students, 1990–2003
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Among U.S. medical graduates, women were not more responsible than were men for the trend away from uncontrollable lifestyle specialties over the time period studied.
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