Team and resources
Ensure your observation tools are in place for both clinical and academic settings.
Develop a QI plan to gather faculty and resident input to evaluate what’s working, determine areas for improvement and identify needed fixes.
Submit the learner, faculty and assessor information required for enrollment into your local ePortfolio assessment system.
Ensure your competence committee is ready for full implementation, monitoring progress to date and identifying areas for development. Make adjustments as required.
Review the structure and flow of your rotations/blocks to identify and address any gaps or problems. Identify and plan for scholarship opportunities, in partnership with others.
Provide timely, practical and comprehensive CBD training/onboarding to residents. Consider doing this as early as possible (e.g., at CaRMS interviews and during CBD orientation sessions). Emphasize the importance of a growth mindset. Engage senior residents and faculty to help you with this.
Develop resident-friendly resources (e.g., resident CBD schedule or roadmap with rotations, EPAs, observation tools).
CBD for CBD Template
Template for programs to use, adapt, and modify to help prepare their faculty for Competence by Design.
Part 2 – MedSIS Orientation: How to View Individual Trainee Progress on the CBME Dashboard
Recorded June 2020
MedSIS Competence Committee Review Dashboard Training for Program Administrators
Recorded November 2020