Date/Time: Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Track: Special Interest Group
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Valid assessments for our learners are becoming increasingly more important. While entrustable professional activities have been in place at the undergraduate medical education level for a number of years the application of competency based education in residency and fellowship remains elusive. This SIG will focus on how competency based education is applied in our current world.


  • Identify what is competency based education.

  • Compare methods of competency based education across the continuum of learners.

  • Recognize how competencies are translated from UME to GME.


Authentic Workplace Assessment through the Use of Entrustable Professional Activities

Competency Based Education - Neurology Subspecialty Fellowship Perspective

Development of a Database Containing Detail Bedside Neurological Examination and Final Diagnosis

Improving the Comfortability of Neurology Residents in Providing Care for Spanish-Speaking Monolingual Patients during Neurologic Emergencies

Measuring Competence Across the Continuum: Beyond the Milestones – Continuing Professional Development

Simulation for Neurologic Emergencies and Acute Scenarios (SNES) Course: A 4-Year Evolutionary Experience of Utilizing Simulation for Incoming PGY-2 Neurology Residents to Prepare Them for Independent Calls