Practice Ready Assessment - British Columbia (PRA-BC)
We coordinate and deliver a two-day Assessor Training Workshop to orient and support physicians who serve as assessors of PRA-BC candidates in the 12-week Clinical Field Assessment (CFA).
During these two days, we provide information, resources and support necessary to make the CFA period less stressful and more rewarding. As of Fall 2020, we are delivering this workshop virtually until further notice.
April 1 - 2, 2022 (Fri-Sat)
Our two-day workshop covers:
- Expectations of PRA-BC assessors and candidates
- Cultural awareness and sensitivity
- Use of standardized practice-assessment tools (Field Note, Mini-CEX, etc.)
- Delivering feedback
- Challenging conversations
- Modeling patient-centred care
- And much more...
Agenda & Slides
The Spring 2022 agenda will be available in due course.
This document provides you with event-timing, a high-level overview of the topics to be addressed, and the names of the presenting faculty.
The slides from the Assessor Training Workshop will be available on our eLearning website. Please note the password will be emailed to you in the weeks before the event.
|Pre-Workshop Checklist for Assessors||Pre-Workshop Checklist: Spring 2022|
Online Training (Optional)
Note that you are required to register with PRA-BC in order to access this learning portal. Kindly contact Ladan Takar at @email for more information.
|Additional Resources||List of Acronyms|
Forms & Samples
Please note that these forms are provided for the purpose of reference only. For official copies of tools and resources to be used during the CFA period, please contact the PRA-BC office directly.
|Clinical Field Assessment Tools||
Note: The PRA-BC Clinical Field Assessment is NOT conducted by, nor affiliated with, the faculty development program as provided, under contract, by UBC CPD; this component of the program is entirely under the purview of the PRA-BC Steering Committee.
|Clinical Field Assessment Tips and Samples|
We would like to acknowledge the Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment (SIPPA) program for their contributions to the development of materials and resources to support PRA-BC candidates and assessors.
Resources: AFMC Faculty Development for Teachers of IMGs
Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) developed an online program providing educational materials to help prepare teachers to work effectively and collaboratively with IMGs and enhance the learning and practice experience of IMGs. To view A Faculty Development Program for Teachers of IMGs, click here. Six modules cover topics important for teachers of IMGs, including:
- Educating for Cultural Awareness
- Orienting Teachers and IMGs
- Working with IMGs: Assessing Learner Needs and Designing Individually Tailored Programs
- Working with IMGs: Delivering Effective Feedback
- Working with IMGs: Promoting Patient-Centred Care and Effective Communication with Patients
- Working with IMGs: Untangling the Web of Clinical Skills Assessment