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Oct 6, 2017

Almost all postgraduate (residency) training programs apply a competency framework to structure curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment, with the CanMEDS framework being one of the most frequently used. Linda's selection this week, a grounded theory analysis of observations and interviews, aims to explore how the CanMEDS framework informs residents’ practice-based training and interactions with supervisors.

Authors: Renting N, Raat ANJ, Dornan T, Wenger-Trayner E, van der Wal MA, Borleffs JCC, Gans ROB, Jaarsma ADC.

Publication details: Integrated and implicit: how residents learn CanMEDS roles by participating in practice. Med Educ. 2017 May 9. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed Link

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