New Academic Medicine Papers on Competency-based, Time-variable Education

In a new Academic Medicine supplement experts explore what it will take to transition to an education system in which students advance at their own pace, as they master a set of specific concepts and skills.

An Education System that Works for Everyone

Macy Conference Chair Catherine R. Lucey, MD, discusses the importance of transitioning to competency-based, time-variable health professions education.

News alert: Medical education is changing!

Dylan Masters, MD, Anesthesia Resident at UCSF and Macy Conferee, discusses the recent conference on competency-based, time-variable health professions education.

Lessons Learned: Building a Competency-Based Medical Education Pilot

“The road to this point has been both fun and at times challenging. For the learners in the program and the many faculty who have participated, they would argue the journey is well worth it.”

A Message to First-Year Medical Students

Last month Macy President Dr. George E. Thibault spoke at Maine Medical Center to welcome its new class of students, outlining six areas of needed reform in how we train the next generation of providers.

Web Conference Recording: Achieving Competency-Based Time Variable Health Professions Education

On October 5, the Macy Foundation hosted a web conference to discuss new recommendations on achieving competency-based, time variable health professions education.

Partnering to Reclaim the Core of Care

In April 2014, the Macy Foundation convened an extraordinary group of thought leaders to recommend strategies for “Partnering with Patients, Families, and Communities to Link Interprofessional Practice and Education.”...