Competency-Based Training in Intensive Care Medicine in Assessment

The CoBaFaculty (steering committee of CoBaTrICE ['Competency-Based Training in Intensive Care Medicine']) is undertaking this survey to gain a better understanding of adoption competency-based training programmes in intensive care medicine. The survey should only take a few minutes complete and will help guide future strategy for improving CoBaTrICE.
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Terms and definitions
CoBaTrICE

CoBaTrICE is an international partnership of professional organisations and critical care clinicians working together to harmonise training in Intensive Care Medicine worldwide and to ensure a common standard of clinical competence. Ultimate aims are to improve care of critically ill patients and their families, and to facilitate free movement of specialists in intensive care medicine across frontiers. See also http://www.cobatrice.org/ .

Competence Based Medical Education (CBME) and Workplace-based Assessment (WbA)

CBME is an approach that places emphasis on acquiring knowledge, skills, and attitudes at a necessary level to practice medicine at a defined level of proficiency, in accord with local conditions, to meet local needs. CBME stands for a shift in emphasis away from time-based programs, based solely on exposure to experiences such as clinical rotations, in favour of an emphasis on needs-based graduate outcomes, authenticity, and learner-centeredness. WbA is a cornerstone of a successful implementation of a CBME program. WbA is not designed to rank the performance of doctors. Rather, assessment is formative, providing feedback on progress, and identifying problems at an early stage to allow corrective action. See also: http://www.cobatrice.org/Data/ModuleGestionDeContenu/PagesGenerees/en/04-assessment/0A-competence/41.asp

Educational Portfolio (CoBaFolio)

An educational portfolio is a collection of evidence which, taken together, demonstrates competence and expertise. There are many other aspects of clinical practice and professional development which can be included, such as work-place based assessments, research and audit activities, teaching received or delivered, courses attended, personal reflections, letters from patients and relatives, etc. The portfolio helps monitor progress of trainees’ skills development and learning experiences. A portfolio is the trainee's property. CoBaTrICE, the educational portfolio is termed CoBaFolio. See also: http://www.cobatrice.org/data/upload/CoBaFolio_template_2006.pdf

 

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* 1. Contact details will only be used for communication purposes by the survey Steering Committee members, as well as by the ESICM office. The contact details will stay in the database for 5 years and can be removed at any time and at the request of the registrant by sending an email to research@esicm.org.

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* 2. In your country Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) is recognized as
(Mark all that apply)

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* 3. Do you have one (or more than one) training program in ICM?

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* 4. Are these programs accredited?

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* 5. Who accredits such programs?

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* 6. What is the minimal duration (months) of postgraduate training in ICM?

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* 7. Is the postgraduate (PG) training program in ICM using the concept of competency-based medical education (CBME)?

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* 8. Do you have an exit exam for the training in ICM?
(Exit exam: exam required to practice in ICM as a specialist)

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* 9. Do you know what CoBaTrICE is?

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* 10. Is the Post Graduate training program in ICM based on the CoBaTrICE list of competencies?

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* 11. If NO, are you going to introduce CoBaTrICE?

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