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Session 5 Teaching And Assessing PBLI

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Objectives:
1.    Describe the levels of professional development 

2.    Discuss the role of experiential learning and informal learning in Practice based learning and improvement

3.    Discuss the basic knowledge and skills required for successful PBLI

4.    Design strategies for teaching and assessment of PBLI

 
The following are some approaches for teaching PBLI:

1. Supervised direct patient care activbities

2. Exit rounds

3. Mortality/morbidity and case conferences

4. Practice-based small group learning programs (www.fmpe.org/en/programs/pbsg.html)

5. Evidence-based medicine curriculum

6. Logs and learning plans

7. Improvement projects

8. "Residents as teachers" curriculum

 

Some assessment approaches for  PBLI include:

1. Check lists

2. Portfolio

3. Improvement project

4. Medical record review

5.Performance ratings

6. EBM skills assessment

7. QI knowledge improvement tool

8. OSTE - Objective Structured Teaching Examination

9. Learning plan

 

Key in implementing and assessing PBLI is the faculty who provide powerful role models.

 

Readings:

  1. Ogrinc G, Hedrick LA, Morrison LJ, Foster T. Teaching and assessing resident competence in Practice Based Learning and Improvement. J of General Internal Medicine, 2004; 19:496-500.

 

  1. Chapter 11 in Evaluation of Clinical Competence

     Competence in Improving Systems of Care through Practice Based Learning and Improvement  Pg 149-178

  

     3. Moore DE, Pennington FC. Practice-based learning and improvement. JCEHP 2003; S73-80.

 

    4. Lynch  DC, Swing SR, Horowitz SD, Holt K, Messer JV. Assessing practice-based learning and improvement. Teaching & learning in Medicine 2004; 16: 185-92.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RoadMap  

 

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Slides

 

Video

 

  

Readings
  • Ogrinc G, Hedrick LA, Morrison LJ, Foster T. Teaching and assessing resident competence in Practice Based Learning and Improvement. J of General Internal Medicine, 2004; 19:496-500.  Ogrinc2.pdf
  • Shaneyfelt T, Baum KD, Bell D, et al. Instruments for evaluating education in Evidence-based practice: A systematic review. JAMA 2006;296: 1116-1127.
  • Moore DE, Pennington FC. Practice-based learning and improvement. JCEHP 2003; S73-80.
  • Lynch DC, Swing SR, Horowitz SD, Holt K, Messer JV. Assessing practice-based learning and improvement. Teaching & learning in Medicine 2004; 16: 185-92.  Lynch2.pdf
Assignments
Assign #5
Design a strategy for teaching and assessment of PBLI for trainees.
Relate the activity to teaching the skills of lifelong learning.

 

 

 

 

Session 5: Group 1 PBLI 

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