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EM Milestones Wiki

Page history last edited by rodney omron 7 years ago

Welcome to the Centralized Space for Emergency Medicine Milestones Resources

This is a space for the Joint Milestone Task Force (JMTF) to help develop resources for residency programs around the country.

 

 

CLICK ON THE INTERACTIVE GRAPH SECTION BELOW TO GO TO THE RESPECTIVE TOPIC OR JUST TYPE ANY TOPIC INTO THE "SEARCH THIS WORKSPACE" IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER (please give it 5 seconds to load):

 

CLICK HERE FOR A TRAINING VIDEO ON HOW TO USE THE EM WIKI

 

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE EM MILESTONES BY ABEM

 

Click on this link for a Guide to wiki use

 

Suggested Milestones Assessment Tools (ready for general use)

 

Click here for meetings and conference calls

 

Work group members click here please 

 

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Comments (8)

Felix Ankel said

at 10:23 pm on Dec 3, 2012

http://www.royalcollege.ca/portal/page/portal/rc/events/icre/past_conferences has slides, podcasts etc... from the 2012 ICRE conference with a competency based medical education and milestone theme. Not specific to EM but fertile ground to look at other best practices

Felix Ankel said

at 12:18 pm on Jan 15, 2013

Questions for 2013

1. How often should JMTF meet in person (e.g. all major EM meetings?, some?)

2. Would like to have JMTF meeting at CORD AA, any times or days better than others.

3. What should JMTF goals be for 2013, i.e. JMTF 2013 would be a success if x,y,z

4. Any agenda ideas for CORD AA meeting?

Hans-house@uiowa.edu said

at 2:04 pm on Jan 15, 2013

I think a JMTF meeting at CORD, SAEM, and ACEP SA makes sense to me. The CORD AA meeting could be used to develop or refine our goals for 2013. We might want to have it after the big Milestones session on Wednesday so the task force can use ideas developed there as a jumping-off point.

Felix Ankel said

at 1:58 pm on Feb 17, 2013

The first in person meeting of the JMTF will be held Wed March 6, 2013 from 11:30 to 1pm at Spruce room Denver Mariott City Center. This will be right after BMLS (basic milestone life support) course and before Dr Nasca's keynote. Please indicate if you are attending and if you have agenda suggestions. Agenda so far 1. Clinical competency committees, 2. CLER visits, 3. ED care based milestones, 4. Procedural based milestones, 5. Systems based milestone, 6. Assessment tools, 7. Reliability and validity studies, 8. Use of learning management suites (e.g. New innovations, E-value), 9. Deliverables for 2013, 10. New business

rodney omron said

at 8:43 pm on Feb 19, 2013

Dear All,

I set up a preliminary format to the Milestones Workbook at http://emmilestones.pbworks.com/w/page/63718288/Core%20Content%20Resources . Would love your feedback as to format, usability and usefullness. I have each topic tagged by Milestone type so if you want PROF1 milestone materials (for example) all you would have to do is type PROF1 into the search engine, then click on tags: prof1 , Very Respectfully Submitted, Rodney

Marc Dorfman said

at 10:51 am on Mar 8, 2013

CLER Visits:
1. Is anyone available to post an experience of a CLER visit. The ACGME goals vs real experience would be educational.
2. How many of your faculty can name the competencies let alone milestones? To educated the entire hospital from the CEO on down-wow.
3. Perhaps a simple start is GME committee, who attends, who should attend in the very near future

rodney omron said

at 12:37 pm on Oct 16, 2013

EPA landmark paper for your review http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17525536

rodney omron said

at 10:16 am on Oct 18, 2013

The Milestone Safari Video's under CCC circle

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