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Electronic portfolios short communicationv2

  1. 1. Electronic Portfolios: TechnologyInnovations in Graduate Medical Education and across the Medical Education Continuum E L I S A B E T H E . B E N N E T T 1, P H D R O C H E L L R . M C W H O R T E R 2, P H D H E A T H E R Z . S A N K E Y 1, M D 1T U F T SUNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 2U N I V E R S I T Y O F T E X A S A T T Y L E R
  2. 2. GoalsDISCUSS THE RESULTS OF A LITERATUREREVIEW OF EPORTFOLIOS IN GMEDESCRIBE THE PORTFOLIO FEATURE INNEW INNOVATIONSADDRESS IMPLICATIONS FOR EPORTFOLIOSACROSS THE CONTINUUM
  3. 3. ePortfolio DefinedDefined by Lorenzo & A variety of perspectives &Ittelson (2005, p. 2) stakeholders A digitized collection of artifacts including demonstrations, resour ces, and accomplishments that represent an individual, group, or institution
  4. 4. ePortfolios in Medical Education Schools and hospitals are considering implementing locally  Human resource systems (e.g. PeopleSoft)  Learning Management Systems (commercial & proprietary)  Student records systems (e.g. New Innovations) Both ACGME and AAMC have current initiatives  ACGME Learning Portfolio: for professional development “Experience, Learn, Reflect, Assess” premise  AAMC GIR E-Portfolio workgroup
  5. 5. ePorfolios and Virtual HRD ePortfolios reflect Virtual HRD, especially if used for multiple purposes where residents are both students and employees Virtual HRD defined as “a media-rich and culturally relevant web[bed] environment that strategically improves expertise, performance, innovation, and community building through formal and informal learning” (Bennett, 2009, p. 364) Connected to other hospitals creates an ecology in which culture & trust (Bennett & Bierema, 2010) are critical for knowledge sharing & learning (Bennett, Blanchard, & Fernandez, 2011)
  6. 6. ePortfolio Uses in LiteratureStatic Interactive Procedure Log  Identify Learning Record of Certification Needs Patient Events/Logs  Reflective Practice Scholarly Publications  Mentoring & Awards  Assessment Store Learning Artifacts Track Exam Scores
  7. 7. Benefits & Limitations for GME • SUMMATION OF TEN ARTICLES HANDOUT • MOST INTERESTING FINDING: TENSION BETWEEN PROGRAM-DRIVEN & LEARNER- CENTERED PURPOSES
  8. 8. Review of New Innovations Portfolio for OB-GYN• A SNAPSHOT OF RESIDENT PERFORMANCE BASED ON SIX CORE COMPETENCIES• TIED TO FACULTY EVALUATIONS OF RESIDENTS• LOGS PROCEDURES & TEST SCORES• RESIDENTS CAN UPLOAD FILES FOR SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS• PROGRAM DRIVEN RATHER THAN LEARNER DRIVEN
  9. 9. Conclusions & Implications Implications for theConclusions for GME Continuum Portfolio feature of NI  Track performance & limited, new journal development overtime feature option UME-GME-CME Balance between learner  Foster reflective practice, & program unresolved metacognition New ACGME  Capture “soft” skills and accreditation standards systems-based practice will drive use  Tie into quality and EHR Recruitment tool systems  example: evaluating a candidate’s reflective skill  Career Development
  10. 10. References ACGME: http://www.acgme.org/acwebsite/portfolio/cbpac_faq.pdf AAMC: http://aamcgir.pbworks.com/w/page/1190507/E-portfolio%20Work%20Group%20Charge Andre, K. (2010). E-portfolios for the aspiring professional. Collegian, 17, 119-124. Bennett, EE. (2009). Virtual HRD: The Intersection of Knowledge Management, Culture, and Intranets. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 11(3), 362-374. Bennett, EE & Bierema, LL (2010). The Ecology of Virtual Human Resource Development. Advances in Developing Human Resources 12(6), 632-647. Bennett, EE, Blanchard, RD, & Fernandez, GL. (2011). Knowledge Sharing in Academic Medical Centers: Exploring the Nexus of Higher Education and Workforce Development. In V.C.X. Wang’s (Ed.), Encyclopedia of E-Leadership, Training, and Counseling. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Davis, N. L., Myers, L., & Myers, Z. E. (2010). Physician eportfolios: The missing piece for linking performance with improvement. The American Journal of Managed Care, 16(special issue), sp57-sp61. Foulkes, J., Scallan, S., Coles, C., & Elmer, R. (2011). Observations on the case for reclaiming portfolio log entries as assessments for learning. Education for Primary Care, 22(1), 14-19. Henry, D., Marquez, C., & Kuo, A. K. (2009). E-portolios for community projects: Capturing the process. Medical Education, 43, 471-499. Johnson, G., Barrett, J., Jones, M., Parry, D., & Wade, W. (2008). Feedback from educational supervisors and trainees on the implementation of curricula and the assessment system for core medical training. Clinical Medicine, 8(5), 484-489. Jones, O., Saunders, H., & Mires, G. (2010). The e-learning revolution in obstetrics and gynaecology. Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 24, 731-746. doi: 10.1016/j.bpobgyn.2010.04.009 Lewis, K. O., & Baker, R. C. (2007). The development of an electronic educational portfolio: An outline for medical education professionals. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 19(2), 139-147. Makris, J., Curtis, A., Main, P., & Irish, B. (2010). Consultants’ attitudes to the assessment of GP specialty trainees during hospital placements. Education for Primary Care, 21(4), 236-242. McNeill, H., Brown, J. M., & Shaw, N. J. (2010). First year specialist trainees’ engagement with reflective practice in the e-portfolio. Advances in Health Science Education, 15, 547-558. doi: 10.1007/s10459-009-9217-8 Rao, S., Swartz, A., Obeid, L., Rao, S., Whitehouse, S., Horst, M., Butler, J., Kinnen, R., Shepard, A., & Rubinfeld, I. (2010). E-portfolio competency metadata: Pilot study for a call to action. Journal of Medical Systems, 1-6. Ruiz, J. G., Qadri, S. S., Karides, M., Castillo, C., Milanez, M., & Roos, B. A. (2009). Fellows’ perceptions of a mandatory reflective electronic portfolio in a geriatric medicine fellowship program. Educational Gerontology, 35, 634-652. doi: 10.1080/03601270902977360 Strong, D. (2007). The e-portfolio. Emergency Medicine Journal Supplement, July, 2.

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