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Who's Competent? Challenging Med Ed Designs

Health care has many pressing challenges, including governmental, political, technological, and social equity. Training the next generation of health care providers to adapt to the ongoing changes across their careers will require different curriculum and training programs than those in use today. At the same time, our society has a significant gap in the number of qualified practitioners to serve the growing needs of the population. Is it possible to train more people, rapidly, but to a superior level of mastery to avoid medical mistakes? How can great evaluation take place that is timely and impactful in helping learners be professionals? Will the resulting learners be fabulous professionals....or a health care system liability? This workshop will be two and a half hours long.

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Janet Corral, Faculty, Educational Informatics, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine

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