In the November 2022 issue of Academic Medicine, School of Medicine educators, including Meg Keeley, MD as first author, describe the structure and outcomes of the University of Virginia Entrustable Professional Activity (EPA) program which was first implemented in 2017. The program assesses medical students in authentic workplace-based settings, on development of activities and skills that an intern should be able to perform on day one with indirect supervision. To date, over 72,500 student assessments have been performed by residents, fellows and faculty across all phases of the curriculum and all clinical educational sites. The article provides support for the core components of EPA implementation in undergraduate medical education.
School of Medicine Entrustable Professional Activity Program Featured in Academic Medicine
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