Residency

Using entrustable professional activities to assess residents' development

Residency Program Alert, November 1, 2015

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Determining when residents are competent to perform tasks without supervision can be challenging for residency programs, especially because not all residents will progress at the same pace. As a result, some educators have turned to entrustable professional activities (EPA) to help make competency-based decisions regarding how much supervision is required for their residents.

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