Defining, Achieving, and Maintaining Competence in Cardiovascular Training and Practice.

  title={Defining, Achieving, and Maintaining Competence in Cardiovascular Training and Practice.},
  author={Jeffrey T. Kuvin and Eric S. Williams},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  volume={68 12},
Patients, hospitals, insurers, and the public rely on competent physicians. The definition and documentation of competency in cardiovascular training and practice continues to evolve. New tools, such as the American College of Cardiology's in-training examination, restructured Core Cardiovascular Training Statement, curricular and lifelong learning competencies, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Milestones help define competent trainees and practitioners, and level… CONTINUE READING
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