SAEM20 Keynote Address — Achieving Desired Outcomes in Graduate Medical Education: A Look Back and Forward
Thursday, May 14, 2020
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Location: Plaza Ballroom A/B/C: Concourse Level
Participants should be aware of the following financial/non-financial relationships:
Eric Holmboe, MD: No disclosure data submitted.
The launch of the Outcome Project in 2001 officially marked the beginning of competency-based medical education (CBME) in the U.S. The six general competencies of CBME provide an important framework that define key educational outcomes for physicians. CBME makes explicit the intense developmental process involved in becoming a specialist, which necessitates training programs that use the key educational principles of professional development to reexamine curricular design and approaches to assessment. To address the challenges of implementation and transformation, this plenary will review lessons learned from the early years of CBME, the first six years of EM Milestones use, and recently-introduced learning analytics. The session will conclude with a discussion about the next steps needed to realize the full promise of outcomes-based education.
Discuss the early lessons learned from the implementation of the six general competencies and milestones
Discuss and apply key developmental learning theories and approaches in residency training
Examine early data from learning analytics with milestones data to support learner professional development
Discuss next steps in the outcomes-based education journey for graduate medical education