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87th ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition
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Assessing Clinical Competency: Nontraditional Methods - SoTLfest (Presented by ADEA Sections on Business and Financial Administration and Clinical Administration)
CE credits: 1.50
Track : Section Program
Program Code: 903R
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010
Time: 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM  EST
Location: Chesapeake K-L
Dr. Phyllis Beemsterboer, M.S., Ed.D., Professor
Wilbert Milligan III, PhD, DMD, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
Denice C. Stewart, DDS, MHSA, Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs, Oregon Health and Science University
Denice C. Stewart, DDS, MHSA, Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs, Oregon Health and Science University
Assessing clinical competency often mirrors regional board examinations in which clinical procedures are performed on live patients a practice for which there is increasing pressure to be eliminated. In this program, a panel of three experts explores several non-traditional methods of clinical assessment. Dr. Phyllis Beemsterboer reports on design, implementation, educational outcomes and costs of using OSCEs (objective standardized clinical examinations). Dr. Wilbert Milligan discusses how senior student comprehensive case presentations are used at University of Pittsburgh to assess student clinical competency. Finally, Dr. Denice Stewart, (Oregon Health & Science University) presents assessment of students practice and patient management skills in a series of comprehensive care courses that cover all 4 years. Program attendees will learn specific methods of using non-traditional assessment and how to evaluate the costs and impact at their own institution.

  • Describe methods to incorporate practice and patient management into the clinical setting.
  • Discuss the merits of senior case presentations in assessing student performance.
  • Evaluate the costs associated with use of non-traditional methods of clinical assessment.
  • Understand how OSCEs can be used to assess clinical competency.

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