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Competency Based Resident Education (CBRE)

Competency Based Resident Education (CBRE)
No CE Credit for this Course
Recorded: June 9, 2020

This course will cover the important elements of CBRE and how they can be applied to medical education for both medical students and residents.

This learning module is part of a faculty/professional development series for faculty and residents put together by Medical Education International and the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons. This series provides resources and information on a variety of topics aimed at enabling healthcare professionals in their role as educators to pass on the skills, knowledge and professional characteristics necessary for students and trainees.

Educational Objectives: On completion of this course the participant should be able to:

• Define Competency Based Resident Education (CBRE)
• Review brief history and relevance of CBRE to current training environment
• Discuss current models for CBRE and lessons learned to date
• Discuss the Canadian experience
• Describe what Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA’s) are and how they can be used in medical education for medical students and residents
• Review potential applications of CBRE in African context