The national curriculum inventory has helped many institutions share, understand and compare curriculum. Terri Cameron from the AAMC shares her perspective on why this system was needed and how she, along with others in the industry, have benefitted.
The program for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2017 is now available. The conference will feature case studies as well as demonstrations of innovative technologies, workshops, and panel sessions. Charles G. Prober, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education at Stanford School of Medicine, will deliver the keynote address.
We are pleased to announce Charles G. Prober, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education at Stanford School of Medicine, as keynote speaker for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2017. Dr. Prober will speak about Innovations in Health Professions Education and Collaboration. Drs. Alan Schwartz and Patricia J. Hicks will provide the closing plenary on workplace-based assessment system for the real world.
The Educational Achievement specification is available for public review through March 27. The Educational Achievement specification facilitates the exchange of data about a learner's achievements and competencies across the continuum of professional education.
Our Curriculum Inventory Working Group is kicking off a new project to integrate our systems and allow for a “real time” exchange of data and resources. Our goal is to leverage the great tools and content that already exist and maximize the potential they have to work together.
With the New Year, MedBiquitous is launching a new communication platform that we are quite excited about. Our organization has a lot of information to share, and we are always looking for additional ways to communicate with our members and the community of MedBiquitous implementers and users. And so I am pleased to announce the launch of our new blog.
Enabling Competency-based Education: An Illustration describes how MedBiquitous standards and specifications can be used to represent competency frameworks, milestones/performance levels, EPAs, and levels of entrustment and shows how those frameworks can be interrelated.