Check in with residents, faculty and administrators, informally and informally, via town halls, formal sessions, emails and surveys.
Collect data for program evaluation, being careful not to overburden those involved in implementation priorities.
- Monitor for observations across the breadth of the entrustability scale.
- Ensure the number of observations is adequate and the narrative comments will promote resident learning.
- Monitor the quality and quantity of observations for learners, rotations, faculty and the competence committee.
Check in with the competence committee. Make adjustments as required.
Work with others to engage in scholarship.
Share best practices.
Offer information and development sessions as needed (e.g., on MedSIS, how to give/receive feedback, entrustment tools, tips for coaching, FAQs).
CBME Coaching, Mentoring, and Feedback: Working through the thorns and tangles
View the CBME Coaching, Monitoring, and Feedback: Working through the thorns and tangles webinar. Recorded June 18, 2020
RCPSC – CBD Program Evaluation Recommendations Report
Findings from FMRQ, RCPSC 2019 studies.