Core Competencies for Psychiatric Education
Defining, Teaching, and Assessing Resident Competence
Linda Boerger Andrews, M.D., and John W. Burruss, M.D.
- 152 Pages
- ISBN 978-1-58562-130-9
- Item #62130
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education endorsed six General and five Psychiatric Competencies to be attained by psychiatric residents. As a result, these General (Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Practice-Based Learning and Improvement, Interpersonal and Communication Skills, Professionalism, and Systems-Based Practice) and Psychiatric (Brief Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy Combined With Psychopharmacology, and Supportive Therapy) Competencies are now being phased in for all core residency training programs in the United States.
This volume, coauthored by the director and the associate director of general psychiatric residency education at Baylor College of Medicine, is a practical guide for educators working to incorporate the Competencies into their residency programs. It will help training directors and others involved in designing and implementing residency programs to ensure that residents develop all of the Competencies to the level expected of a new practitioner, as required by ACGME. The book
Core Competencies for Psychiatric Education is an indispensable guide for anyone trying to learn how best to teach and assess competency-based psychiatric curricula.
Part I: Introduction to the Competencies
Chapter 1. Introduction to Program Accreditation and Board Certification
Chapter 2. ACGME General Competencies and Psychiatry RRC Psychotherapy Competencies
Part II: Teaching and Assessing the Competencies
Chapter 3. How Residents Learn and Develop Competence
Chapter 4. How to Assess Learning and Competence
Part III: Implementing the General and Psychotherapy Competencies
Chapter 5. Defining Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes to Be Taught for Each General Competency
Chapter 6. Defining Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes to Be Taught for Each Psychotherapy Competency
Chapter 7. Incorporating the General and Psychotherapy Competencies in the Residency Program Curriculum
Chapter 8. Program Director’s To-Do List
Chapter 9. Rotation Coordinator’s and Course Director’s To-Do Lists
Part IV: Consideration of Other Interested Groups
Chapter 10. Follow-Up With the ACGME, Psychiatry RRC, and ABPN
Appendix A: Anchored Clinical Rotation Evaluation Forms for Each Postgraduate Level of Training
Appendix B: Psychotherapy Supervision Evaluation
Appendix C: Verification of Resident’s Experience Tracking Form
Appendix D: Semiannual Evaluation Summary Form
Appendix E: Verification of Resident’s Achieved Competency Form
Appendix F: Evaluation Method Summary Forms by Postgraduate Year
Appendix G: Completion of Training Letter
Appendix H: Example Goals and Objectives for Didactic Courses and Rotations
About the Authors
Linda Boerger Andrews, M.D., is Director of Residency Education, General Psychiatry Residency Program, and Assistant Dean in the Office of Student Affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
John William Burruss, M.D., is Associate Director of Residency Education, General Psychiatry Residency Program, and Chief of Psychiatry at Ben Taub General Hospital at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.