The FST held its conference on 'Training by Numbers: Competency vs Time in Surgical Training' on 21 October 2016 in Edinburgh.
The conference examined competency-based training in surgery, exploring concepts through state-of-the-art presentations from the world’s leading experts in surgical education and training, and through discussion and Q&A sessions from the audience. It featured a series of practical breakout workshops with topics such as simulation-based training, how to give effective feedback and getting the most from the ISCP.
Click on the links below to watch individual lectures.
Keynote Lecture: Competency Based Training in the USA Professor Mary Klingensmith
Framing Training and Assessment using Entrustable Professional Activities Professor Olle ten Cate
Competency Based Training: The Regulators View Professor Ian Curran
Panel Discussion: Is the UK Ready for Competency Based Surgical Training? Chaired by Craig McIlhenny
Surgical Training Must be More than an Educational Experience Professor Tony Gallagher
Evaluating Training Interventions - Models and Methods Professor Nick Sevdalis
Operative Competency in the UK Lizzy Elsey and Simon Fleming
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