This month's feature article:

Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA’s) in Undergraduate Medicine


EPA's are a set of basic competencies required for professional life. They are put in place to replace mere time-related education programs and focus on the capacity of the student to perform the required tasks in their early professional    career. The concept evolved in 2005.

NSW Health requirements of medical schools are that they deliver medical graduates with sufficient capacities to function  adequately during their intern year (which may well become 2 years in the future). Read more...

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