New Toolkit Offers Strategies and Resources for Implementing Competency-Based Medical Education in Family Medicine Residency Programs

September 5, 2023—The ACGME Family Medicine Program Requirements that went into effect in July 2023 require changes in how education is delivered and assessed. Specifically, programs are now required to ensure residents demonstrate competence. The ACGME FM-RC has indicated that programs will need to show that they are assessing competence, and the ABFM will begin to have program directors attest to resident competence.

An STFM task force has created a new toolkit to help family medicine residency programs implement CBME. While components of the toolkit will be added over the next year, the toolkit currently includes a template for resident Individualized Learning Plans, information about the Core Outcomes of Family Medicine, and mapping of the Core Outcomes to ACGME sub-competencies. 

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