Both the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the ACGME in the USA have recommended that all post-graduate training programs in medicine become competency based in the near future. Our day-long workshop on how to develop and implement a competency based training curriculum in residency training programs hopes to assist program directors, chairs, and educators involved in this initiative in preparing for these changes. The past two workshops have garnered positive feedback from participants. This year, we expand the workshop to include interactive, breakout sessions with expert faculty implementing CBME in anesthesia, otolaryngology, orthopaedic surgery and medical oncology.

Target Audience

Chairs, Program Directors, and Educators of residency training programs in North America

Educators involved with designing and implementing residency level curricula

Workshop Features and Format

How to design a competency-based curriculum, including an introductory surgical skills bootcamp

How to build state-of-the-art, user-friendly tools for the evaluation of competence

Lessons learned from the University of Toronto Orthopaedics Competency-Based Curriculum pilot project

Q&A sessions with Module Leaders from the Competency-Based Curriculum

Break-out sessions with Module Leaders to develop customized competency-based modules for your own residency program

 

Though developed by The Division of Orthopaedics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, the principles presented will be applicable to other specialties. The program will reflect the diversity of registrants.