Advancing Outcomes-Based Medical Education in the (Post)-Pandemic Era
Outcomes-based medical education (OBME) is a reframing of how to think about teaching, learning, and assessment. Even though this education model has been adopted by many institutions across the country, the organization and implementation looks very different from program to program, especially in the post-pandemic era. Join us in-person or virtually as we explore the following objectives:
- Discuss issues and challenges in medical education exposed during the pandemic.
- Discuss the core components of outcomes-based medical education and their implications.
- Explore how implementation and translational science can support change and innovation in medical education.
Health Professionals in the Creighton Community
When and where
12-1 p.m. CDT, 10-11 a.m. MST, September 7th
- Creighton University School of Medicine
Eric S. Holmboe, MD
Dr. Holmboe is Chief, Research, Milestones Development and Evaluation Officer at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). He is Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine and Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. He is Adjunct Professor of Medical Education at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. He previously served as the Associate Program Director, Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program, Director of Student Clinical Assessment, Yale School of Medicine, and Assistant Director of Yale Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars. Before joining Yale in 2000, Dr. Holmboe served as Division Chief of General Internal Medicine at the National Naval Medical Center and he retired from the US Naval Reserves in 2005. He served as the Chief Medical Officer at the American Board of Internal Medicine from 2009 - 2014. His research interests include interventions to improve quality of care and methods in the assessment of clinical competence. Dr. Holmboe is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College and the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He completed his residency and chief residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at Yale University.