(Welcome to Damian Roland our newest ICE blog author. – Jonathan (@sherbino) By Damian Roland (@Damian_Roland) A recent ICE Blog post tackled the theme of direct observation of clinical skills. I suspect we all empathized with […]
In her ICE blog post, Jen Kogan argues that direct observation assessments are critical in CBME. She then goes further to suggest that the framework that defines competence should be broadened to include patient outcomes […]
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) recently released a document titled: Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency. This was shared with us by Dr. Robert Englander at the AAMC who noted there is already lots […]
By Jonathan Sherbino (@sherbino)
The International Conference on Residency Education is a global forum (more than 30 countries were represented this year) for those involved in residency education to share ideas, challenges, innovations, and advance training.
If you weren’t able to attend OR if you missed an event because of a competing session, the ICE blog editorial board has you covered. Below is a sample of some of the highlights.
At work last night, I listened to a lengthy presentation from Amira*, a first year resident, regarding a female patient with a two week history of a painful, red, raised area on her shin. (Guess […]