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In-training gastrointestinal endoscopy competency assessment tools: Types of tools, validation and impact

Abstract The ability to perform endoscopy procedures safely, effectively and efficiently is a core element of gastroenterology practice. Training programs strive to ensure learners demonstrate sufficient competence to deliver high quality endoscopic care independently at completion of training. In-t... Full description

Journal Title: Baillière's best practice & research. Clinical gastroenterology 2016, Vol.30 (3), p.357-374
Main Author: Walsh, Catharine M., Dr
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Publisher: Netherlands: Elsevier Ltd
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title: In-training gastrointestinal endoscopy competency assessment tools: Types of tools, validation and impact
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  • Assessment
  • Children's hospitals
  • Clinical Competence
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  • Cognition & reasoning
  • Cognitive ability
  • Confidence intervals
  • Education, Medical, Graduate - standards
  • Educational Measurement
  • Endoscopy
  • Endoscopy, Gastrointestinal - standards
  • Endoscopy, Gastrointestinal/education
  • Feedback
  • Gastroenterology
  • Gastroenterology - education
  • Gastroenterology and Hepatology
  • Health education
  • Hepatology
  • Humans
  • Patient safety
  • Patient Simulation
  • Pediatrics
  • Skills
  • Society
  • Task analysis
  • Training
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description: Abstract The ability to perform endoscopy procedures safely, effectively and efficiently is a core element of gastroenterology practice. Training programs strive to ensure learners demonstrate sufficient competence to deliver high quality endoscopic care independently at completion of training. In-training assessments are an essential component of gastrointestinal endoscopy education, required to support training and optimize learner's capabilities. There are several approaches to in-training endoscopy assessment from direct observation of procedural skills to monitoring of surrogate measures of endoscopy skills such as procedural volume and quality metrics. This review outlines the current state of evidence as it pertains to in-training assessment of competency in performing gastrointestinal endoscopy as part of an overall endoscopy quality and skills training program.
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