“Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) from the UME/GME Perspectives”
Come away from this session knowing more about what Entrustable Professional Activities are, how they have been applied in assessment of learners in the undergraduate and graduate medical education arenas, and what they may hold for the future of medical education.
Brenessa Lindeman, MD, MEHP
Associate Professor of Surgery and Medical Education
Assistant Dean for GME / Associate DIO for the Clinical Learning Environment
Section Chief and Fellowship Director, Endocrine Surgery
Wellness Officer, Department of Surgery University of Alabama Birmingham Health System / School of Medicine
The intended audience for this CME activity includes all practicing physicians, residents, fellows, students, nurses, pharmacists, hospital administrators, and medical school administrators.