Triple C Competency-based Curriculum: Report Part 2 - Advancing Implementation

The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) is proud to present the Triple C Competency-based Curriculum Report – Part 2. This Report aims to assist stakeholders in the full implementation of the Triple C Competency-based Curriculum (Triple C). It gathers expert opinions, resources and tools developed by members of various CFPC educational committees, and intends to guide the change toward the Triple C curriculum. Triple C, the renewed approach to the delivery of family medicine education in Canada, was presented in 2011 with the publication of the Triple C Competency-based Curriculum Report – Part 1. Triple C Report – Part 1 provided the direction for change. It defined the elements of a competency-based curriculum and presented recommendations for CFPC’s adoption of Triple C. Triple C Report – Part 2 focuses on advancing successful implementation strategies. Guided by the Triple C Report – Part 2, the CFPC looks forward to its ongoing collaboration with all colleagues involved in family medicine education. Collectively we can achieve our vision of graduating family physicians who are ready to begin the practice of comprehensive family medicine in any community in Canada. 

Triple C Competency-based Curriculum: Report – Part 2 (full text)

Table of Contents

Where We Started: Triple C Competency-based Curriculum Overview

Key Elements for a Triple C Competency-based Curriculum 
Introduction 
The Scope of Training for Family Medicine Residency 
Assessment of Learners in a Triple C Competency-based Curriculum 
Template for In-training Assessment Process 
Triple C: Linking Curriculum and Assessment 

Implementing Competency-based Assessment Within Triple C 
Introduction 
The Evaluation Objectives: Relationship With the Other Triple C Frameworks 
Field Notes: Assisting Achievement and Documenting Competence 

A Road Map for Programs to Implement Triple C 
Introduction 
A Guide for Translating the Triple C Competency-based Recommendations Into a Residency Curriculum 

Implications of a Triple C Competency-based Curriculum 
Introduction 
Length of Training in the Core Family Medicine Residency 
Triple C Implications for Enhanced Skills Training in Family Medicine Programs: A Discussion Paper 

Moving Toward a Triple C Competency-based Curriculum 
Introduction 
Facilitating Curriculum Change: Moving to a Triple C Competency-based Curriculum 
Resource Implications for Departments of Family Medicine: A Discussion Paper 
Potential Impact of Triple C on CFPC External Stakeholders: A Discussion Paper 

Evaluating Impact of a Triple C Competency-based Curriculum 
Introduction
A National Program Evaluation Approach to Study the Impact of Triple C 

Triple C: Present and Future
Introduction 
Transitioning to Triple C: Residency Program Perspectives From 2009 to 2010 
Reflections From the Triple C Task Force 
Triple C: Looking Ahead

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