Self-assessment is key to lifelong learning, and both are skills that can and should be learned in medical school. More than 10 years ago, the ACGME adopted the six core competencies, one of which is Practice-based Learning and Assessment, which mandates that residents must be able to self-assess their strengths and weaknesses. Although there is ample evidence that medical students, residents and professionals are not effective self-assessors, there is also ample evidence that these comprise a skill set that can be taught/learned. Attend this workshop to learn ways in which self-assessment can be integrated into your educational program, so that students and residents can become more effective self-assessors.
This seminar will also be video-conferenced to the Jacksonville Deal Board Room and the Aetna Conference Room.