This module introduces British Columbia’s clinical teachers to the new, national Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME) system, Competency by Design (CBD) for the training and assessment of residents. We will cover what CBD is, the rational for CBD’s implementation, and then how it will change your role as a medical educator.
This handbook describes the steps a peer observer should follow, based on the experience and review of the literature, to effectively observe a peer teach and to provide meaningful feedback.
This foundational module defines Clinical reasoning and the steps involved in diagnostic and therapeutic reasoning.
This tip sheet provides strategies to improve a learner’s clinical reasoning skills through effective questioning.
This sheet includes time saving tips to use when teaching medical learners in the clinic.
This sheet provides guidelines for delivering learner-centered teaching.
Strategies for the problem resident
Short booklet to help faculty teaching more effectively in the clinical setting