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AAMC Implementation of the
MedBiquitous Curriculum
Inventory Data Exchange
Standard
Terri Cameron, MA
Director of Curriculum Programs
Spring 2014
MedBiquitous Curriculum
Inventory V1
• Working Group launched in December 2010
• Susan Albright and Marc Triola, co-chairs 2010-2013
• Charter:
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“to develop XML standards for the exchange of curriculum data
for benchmarking and educational research.” (Not just for AAMC
Curriculum Inventory)
• Reasons for Undertaking Work:
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Enable local curriculum management systems to upload data to
a central Curriculum Inventory
Identify curricular trends
Support curriculum benchmarking and reform
• Approved by CI Working Group: February 2013
• Approved by ANSI: May 2013
www.aamc.org/medaps
CI Pilot
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September – December
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25 schools / six vendors
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5 schools working with school-based systems
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Testing
• Upload process
• Accuracy of Verification Report to submitted
data
• School Portal functionality
www.aamc.org/medaps
www.aamc.org/medaps
CI Pilot Results
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Increased file size limits
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Provided staging area for vendors
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Improved error messages
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Clarified AAMC Business Rules
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Improved appearance of School Portal
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Added curriculum file upload screen
www.aamc.org/medaps
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Upload Process
• CI Portal Open: December 10
• CI Portal Close: February 10: 65 Schools
• One month follow up period for schools that
did not participate
• CI Gateway Close on March 10: 90 Schools
• 85 US Medical Schools
• 5 Canadian Medical Schools
• Additional schools were in process but
unable to meet deadline
• All other schools contacted plan to
participate in 2013-2014 Upload (August)
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Upload Details
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50 Schools included competency mapping
4968 Sequence Blocks
107458 Events
108031 Sequence Block Expectations
283325 Event Expectations
61249 Assessment Methods
124068 Instructional Methods
22421 Resources
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Resource Details
Resource Type
1 Audience Response System
2 Audio
3 Cadaver
4 Clinical Correlation
5 Distance Learning - Asynchronous
6 Distance Learning - Synchronous
7 Educational Technology
8 Electronic Health/Medical Record (EHR/EMR)
9 Film/Video
10 Key Feature
11 Mannequin
12 Plastinated Specimens
13 Printed Materials (or Digital Equivalent)
14 Real Patient
15 Searchable Electronic Database
16 Standardized/Simulated Patient (SP)
17 Task Trainer
18 Virtual Patient
19 Virtual/Computerized Laboratory
20 Wet Laboratory
Number
1258
1216
458
997
286
14
5675
184
1134
2
96
2
570
809
104
341
76
193
177
244
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 ‘Other’ Resources
Anatomy
Biology of Cells
inanimate models
Medical equipment
Museum
Palliative Care
Panel
Panel discussions
Personality/leadership
test/profile (disc)
Plastinated Specimens
Printed Materials (or
Digital
Printed Materials (or
Digital Equivalent)
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19
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Scenarios
Searchable Electronic
Database
Simulator (Harvey)
Small group discussion
with facilitator
Small group discussion
with mentor of a project
review
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theater project
105 Ultrasound
161 ventilator
8076
62
68
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25
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9
1
Women's Health
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Written assignments
8
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Upload Process
• Reasons for not participating this year:
• Focused on LCME Site Visit
• Curriculum Review/Renewal/Change
• Just started working with new curriculum
management system so did not have data
completely entered / organized
• Do not have system / have not decided on a
vendor yet / do not have technical staff
• Change in leadership / staff – needed time
to come up to speed
• Concerns about Verification Report
• Vendor did not upload as planned
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Upload Process
• Biggest Hurdles:
• Report Start and End Dates
• Institution Information
• Competencies
• Program to PCRS (related)
• Hierarchy Levels (broader / narrower)
• Academic Levels
• Start and End Dates
• Sequence Blocks in multiple levels
• Unique Curricula
• Multiple options for students
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Upload Process
• Biggest Hurdles:
• Organizing data
• Documenting competencies in XML
• CI Verification Report
• Assessment Counts
• Summative / Formative
• Instructional Method Hour Counts
• Constantly-changing environment
• Communication!
www.aamc.org/medaps
2012-2013 Upload Process
• Successes:
• Curriculum Management System Vendors
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MedBiq Leadership / Support
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Valerie Smothers
CI Implementers’ Listserv
Webinars
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Massive changes to systems to support CI
Great communication and feedback
All but one uploaded as planned
Nearly every school participated
Physician Competency Reference Set (PCRS)
Standardized Vocabulary
School Participation
www.aamc.org/medaps
CI Reports
• Two Sources of Data:
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Curriculum Inventory
LCME Annual Questionnaire Part II
• Phased Approach for Reporting:
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Short-term (6-12 months)
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Static Reports
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Reports by Request ([email protected])
Intermediate-term (12- 18 months)
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Dynamic Reports
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Reports on Demand
Long-term (2-3 years)
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Enterprise-wide (AAMC) Reporting Solution
www.aamc.org/medaps
CI Reports
• Reporting Options
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Short-term and Intermediate
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Choose types of schools to include:
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All Schools
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US Medical Schools
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US Regional Medical Schools
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Canadian Medical Schools
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Osteopathic Schools
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Enter search criteria
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Reports will include:
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Where and how often content is covered
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Instructional methods
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Assessment Methods
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Competencies
www.aamc.org/medaps
Preparing for 2013-2014
• CI School Portal Opens August 1
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Closes September 30
• Staging (for testing uploads) available in May
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Vendors automatically have access
Available to school developers by request
• Webinars/Virtual Focus Groups:
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Three-part Developer Series
Curriculum Deans and Administrators
• Developer-to-Developer Hands-on Workshop:
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Develop and upload one course plus Program
Competencies mapped to PCRS
www.aamc.org/medaps
MedBiquitous Curriculum
Inventory V2
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Working Group convened in February 2014
Susan Albright and Hugh Stoddard, co-chairs
Review of implementation of V1
Known Issues:
 Academic Level
 Assessment Methods
– Requirement for Formative/Summative
 Event Duration (Assessments)
 Sequence Block Duration (Weeks)
 Resources (Require / Refine List )
 Standardized Vocabulary Update
Resources
• Curriculum Inventory Website:
www.aamc.org/cir
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Webinar dates
Developer resources
Updates regarding reports
Vendor List
Participating Schools
• MedBiquitous: www.medbiq.org
• Curriculum Inventory Working Group:
http://www.medbiq.org/curriculum_inventory
• Competencies Working Group:
http://www.medbiq.org/working_groups/competencies/index.html
www.aamc.org/medaps
Questions?
www.aamc.org/medaps
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