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UM Bannatyne: Basic Medical Sciences Building: Room-Frederic Gaspard Theatre
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Presented by the Office of Educational and Faculty Development
Plenary: A Fine Balance: Lessons Learned from Implementing CBE
Drawing on his experiences in one residency program, Dr. Wycliffe-Jones will focus on the intended and unintended consequences of implementing CBE for various stakeholders, ranging from residents to faculty to administration to patients. He will also offer lessons learned.
Keith Wycliffe-Jones, MBChB FRCGP CCFP
Associate Professor & Family Medicine Post-Graduate Program Director, Department of Family Medicine, The Cumming School of Medicine, Calgary, AB
Chair of the College of Family Physicians of Canada Residency Accreditation Committee
Member of the International Competency Based Medical Education Collaborators’ Group
Dr Wycliffe-Jones graduated from Edinburgh Medical School in 1984 and completed his General Practice training in Aberdeen in 1987. Following this, he worked for a year in New Zealand as a locum GP before entering full time General Practice in Inverness, Scotland, for the next 18 years. In 2005, he moved to Calgary to take on his current position.
After becoming Family Medicine Residency Program Director in Calgary 2009, he led the development and implementation of a new competency-based curriculum and programmatic assessment program for Family Medicine Residency training in 2012. This included, as one of the first programs in Canada to do so, the implementation of a set of Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs).
His main areas of work, outside his leadership roles, looking after his patients and clinical teaching, are around selection, competency-based assessment and accreditation.