Newsletter December 2016
One of the major
principles under which we operate at the ABFM is our effort to continuously
improve what we do. To do so we require data, a research team to analyze it,
and the courage to change when evidence supports doing so. In the last issue
of the Phoenix, we shared with you how your evaluation of our Self-Assessment
and Lifelong Learning activities provided the evidence that we needed to
support unlinking the clinical simulation from the knowledge assessment in our
old Self-Assessment Modules as well as no longer making it a mandatory
component of Family Medicine Certification. As featured in a story in this
issue, this change has been heartily endorsed by you. More...
The December 2016 edition of
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