Children's Academy of Pediatric Educators (CAPE) Session
Location: Conference Room M7607, 6th Floor
"Entrustment in Medical Education"
Dale Ann Coddington, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, George Washington University, Attending, General and Community Pediatrics, Children's National Health System
Mary Mottla, MD and Lisa Rickey, MD
Residents, Pediatrics, Children's National Health System
This session will cover the concept of Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs), including how supervising clinicians decide to allow a trainee more independence in patient management, how to discuss trust with trainees, and how to use EPAs to identify and create opportunities for assessment and feedback for trainees at different levels.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit provided
1. Recognize the value of reflective questions in the clinical reasoning and problem-solving process.
2. Employ 3 different frameworks to develop effective questions that facilitate critical thinking and clinical reasoning.
3. Commit to improve at least one thing in the way you supervise that will help trainees move along the entrustment path.