CBD Updates

November 26, 2018: The most recent CBD Briefing Note is now available  here.

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September 5, 2018: The U of T Centre for Faculty Development is offering a workshop for health professions’ educators wanting to build their foundational knowledge and skills about competency based education (CBE). This workshop will be of interest to a diverse multi-professional group, including clinicians, clinician-teachers/educators, and administrators across the health professions. For more information and register visit the workshop site.

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August 24, 2018: The CBD Office just released an EPA Myth Buster communication to address some common concerns and questions about this CBD assessment tool.

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August 21, 2018: Please be advised that the EPA for Transition to Discipline 2 (TTD2) has recently be updated to make the EPA more easily achieveable. Milestone 1 now requires the resident to 'write a clinical note' no longer 'write an admission note' and Milestone 3 now requires the resident to 'write appropriate orders' rather than 'write admission and medication orders.' The hope is that the EPAs can be achieved in a larger variety of settings, presenting more opportunities for completing the EPAs.

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July 18, 2018: A reminder that on July 20th from 1 – 4PM, we will have a "Just-in-time" CBD Primer to review Competency By Design overall, tips on how to use the assessment tool and guidance on coaching and providing feedback. Please contact facdevcppd.psych@utoronto.ca for more information.

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