ASSESSMENTs DURING TRAINING WORK PLACE BASED ASSESSEMENTs OVERVIEW WPBA Assessing the competency of trainees
Ensuring that they are making satisfactory progress Trainees are assessed on work that they are actually doing Assessment is integrated into their day-to-day work All assessments linked to the Case-based discussion (CbD)
Direct observation of practical skills (DOPS) Evaluation of clinical events (ECE) Mini clinical evaluation exercise (MiniCEX) Multi-source feedback (MSF) Frequency of Assessments each
year DOPS: minimum of 6 required in ST1 AND 2(Chem Path trainee) ST3 and 4(Chem path and metabolic medicine trainee) Procedure for Assessment Tool: type of assessment Assessor: wide range Consultants (medical or clinical scientist) staff grade and associated specialists (SAS)
senior biomedical scientists (BMS) clinical scientists senior trainee or other healthcare professionals competent in the area being assessed (e.g. nurses) Level of complexity Low average high
Procedure Short (15-20 min) with 5-10min feedback Cover wide range of topics Documentation of Assessments Workplace-based assessments should be recorded in the Learning Environment for Pathology
Trainees (LEPT) system web-based system for WPBA and multi-source feedback (MSF) includes an e-Portfolio to support the ARCP process. Case based discussion(CbD) Learning Objective To assess decision-making application or use of medical knowledge in
relation to the care of patients (clinically or laboratory involvement) general biochemistry diabetes and endocrinology lipidology Nutrition inherited metabolic disease special investigations Evaluation of clinical
events(ECE) Learning Objective: performance in complex tasks Team working or interacting with other professional staff Clinico pathological evaluation Reporting of diagnostic material Presentation of a case at a (MDT) meeting, grand round Quality assurance and audit processes in clinical and laboratory settings. providing clinical biochemistry advice in response to enquiry (primary and secondary care) by letter, by phone
preparing a business case writing clinical guidelines appointment of staff (e.g. shortlisting, interviewing) DIRECT OBSERVATION OF PRACTICAL SKILLS (DOPS) Learning Objective Direct observation of practical skills (DOPS) is used for assessing competence in the practical procedures that trainees undertake
To assess the analytical technique, use of laboratory instrument, dynamic function test, trainee led teaching event Mini Clinical Evaluation Exercise Learning Objective To provide feedback on skills essential to the provision of good clinical care by observing an actual clinical encounter
Diabetes Lipids/cardiovascular risk/hypertension Metabolic bone/calcium metabolism Inherited metabolic disease Obesity Parenteral nutrition ward round MSF MSF assessment in ST1, ST3 and ST5(Chem Path) and ST3,ST5,
ST7(Chem Path/Metabolic medicine) MSF can be organised any other time besides above if required
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