Using Contribution Analysis to Evaluate Competency-Based Medical Education Programs: It’s All About Rigor in Thinking

Volume: 92, Issue: 6, Pages: 752 - 758
Published: Jun 1, 2017
Abstract
Competency-based medical education (CBME) aims to bring about the sequential acquisition of competencies required for practice. Although it is being adopted in centers of medical education around the globe, there is little evidence concerning whether, in comparison with traditional methods, CBME produces physicians who are better prepared for the practice environment and contributes to improved patient outcomes. Consequently, the authors, an...
Paper Details
Title
Using Contribution Analysis to Evaluate Competency-Based Medical Education Programs: It’s All About Rigor in Thinking
Published Date
Jun 1, 2017
Volume
92
Issue
6
Pages
752 - 758
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