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Appendix A Workshop Agenda ASSESSING HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION A Public Workshop of the Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education October 9–10, 2013 The Keck Center of the National Academies Washington, DC 20001 DAY 1: October 9, 2013 Workshop Objectives: • To look at the current state of assessment competencies in three areas, including interprofessional education; team-based care; and patient/person centeredness. • To discuss challenges and opportunities of assessment within these three areas. • To encourage new linkages among professions that lay the foundation for interprofessional interactions that better engage consumers, communities, and/or business leaders. • To propose actionable next steps for Forum members in leadership positions to move assessment forward in health professional education. 9:00am Welcome and Orientation to the Workshop • Darla Coffey, Forum Member and Workshop Co-Chair • Eric Holmboe, Forum Member and Workshop Co-Chair SESSION I: Interactive “Teaching Session” on Assessment 9:15am General Principles of Assessment Within the Three Domains: A Facilitated Discussion Discussant: John Norcini, Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) Facilitator: Eric Holmboe 10:00am BREAK 10:30am Small-Table Activity: Making Assessment Meaningful for Health Professional Education Facilitator: Darla Spence Coffey, Workshop Co-Chair Table Discussion Questions: Question 1: From the perspective of assessment of learning, what makes a good assessment tool or measure? Provide an example of a “good” tool or test to assess learning of communication skills. Why is this a good tool or test? A-1 PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS

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Question 2: From the perspective of assessment for learning, what makes a good assessment tool or measure? Provide an example of a “good” tool or test to inform the learning of communication skills. Why is this a good tool or test? Question 3: In what way might the assessment of learners be a catalyst for change in the health professional education? Question 4: In what way might the assessment of learners be a catalyst for change in the health care system? Webcast Discussants: Maria Tassone, Canadian Interprofessional Health Leadership Collaborative; John Weeks, Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care; Karen Anne Wolf, National Academies of Practice; Aliye Runyan, American Medical Student Association 11:30am Practical Guides for Assessment Moderator: Carol Aschenbrener, Association of American Medical Colleges Panelists: • Team-based care and communication David Baker, IMPAQ, Health Division • Interprofessional professionalism assessment Jody Frost, Interprofessional Professionalism Collaborative • IPE from the teaching/learning perspective Brenda Zierler, University of Washington, School of Nursing Q&A 12:30pm LUNCH SESSION II: Breakout Groups 1:15pm Breakout Group Instructions and Move to Room Darla Coffey, Forum Member and Workshop Co-Chair 1:30pm Breakout Group Sessions Directions: There are four groups in this session. The first three groups last for 35 minutes each. Members will be assigned to rotate through the three groups to discuss “challenges and opportunities” from a policy (macro), institutional (meso) and individual (micro) level. The final group will write a strategy for overcoming one of the challenges from each level. Outcome: A written strategy for overcoming one identified challenge from a policy (macro), institutional (meso), and individual (micro) level. 1:30 to 2:05—First group 2:15 to 2:50—Second group 3:00 to 3:35—Third group 3:35 to 4:00—BREAK 4:00 to 4:45—Fourth group A-2 PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS

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Breakout Groups: 1. Assessment of the Interprofessional Learner from Education to Workplace Leaders: Lucy Mac Gabhann and Catherine Grus, Workshop Planning Committee Members 2. Assessment of the Approaches to Interprofessional Learning: The Role of Professional Associations in Measuring the Effectiveness of New Technologies, Methodologies, and Pedagogy Leader: Carol Aschenbrener, Workshop Planning Committee Member 3. Assessment of Teams and Collaborations in Community-Based Activities and Outpatient Teams Leaders: Lemmietta McNeilly and Patricia Hinton Walker, Workshop Planning Committee Members 4. Role of Health System Users (Sick and Well Persons) in Assessment of Education, Community Health Interventions, and Health Care. Leader: Meg Gaines, Workshop Planning Committee Member, and Eric Holmboe, Workshop Planning Committee Co-Chair 5:00pm ADJOURN TO RECEPTION • Greetings and Reflections (5:15pm) Afaf Meleis, Global Forum Co-Chair • Poster Session (5:30–6:30pm) DAY 2: October 10, 2013 A continental breakfast will be available starting at 8:00am. SESSION III: Applying the Knowledge 7:30am BREAKFAST 8:00am WORLD CAFÉ Learning from and with Each Other Moderator: Sarita Verma, Co-Lead, Canadian Country Collaborative Table Discussion Leaders: • Juanita Bezuidenhout, South African Country Collaborative • Sanjay Zodpey, Indian Country Collaborative • Nelson Sewankambo, Uganda Country Collaborative • Maria Tassone, Canadian Country Collaborative • Lesley Bainbridge, Canadian Country Collaborative • Bjorg Palsdottir, Training for Health Equity Network (THEnet), Belgium, and Jehu Iputo, THEnet, South Africa • Jan De Maeseneer, Ghent University, Belgium A-3 PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS

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8:45am World Café Leaders’ Report Back (webcast begins) 9:15am INTERMISSION 9:25am Panel Discussion: Technology and Innovations in Assessment Objectives: To examine the implications of specific technological assessment for the health professions interprofessional education, faculty development, and patient engagement Moderator: John (Jack) Kues, Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions • Mobile app to assess providers’ communication from a patient perspective Margaret Crump, American Nurse Practitioner Foundation • Simulation outcomes and assessment and its impact on the curriculum Barbara Gawron, University of Illinois College of Nursing • Optimizing teacher and learner assessment using Khan Academy Rishi Desai, Khan Academy 10:40am BREAK 11:10am Small Group Strategies and Overcoming Challenges Moderator: Darla Spence Coffey, Workshop Co-Chair Group 1—Lucy Mac Gabhann and Catherine Grus Group 2—Carol Aschenbrener Group 3—Lemmietta McNeilly and Patricia Hinton Walker Group 4—Meg Gaines and Eric Holmboe 12:00pm Next Steps for Professional and Educational Organizations Facilitator: Eric Holmboe, Workshop Co-Chair • Each table drafts actionable next steps (30 minutes) • Tables share their steps with the larger group (30 minutes) 1:00pm LUNCH and ADJOURN Room 100 will remain open until 5:00pm for networking opportunities. A-4 PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS