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					NHS Education for Scotland




        Karen Beggs
        1st July 2009
     What it is & it lets you do
• E-portfolio is a big co-operation all over
  the world.
• It lets you join & enjoy our project.
• E-portfolio is a portfolio but just kept on
  a computer.


                       Nicola, age 10
• Meet Gemma
• Data in and data out – what and
  when?
• Interoperability – where to start?
Medicine 2009
• UK Foundation Programme (all but one Postgraduate
  Deanery from 2009; plus Malta)
• Royal Colleges of Physicians (Core Medical Training
  plus 29 specialties)
• College of Emergency Medicine
• Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health
• Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
• Royal College of Radiology (from Autumn 2009)
• Leadership (Scotland) (from Autumn 2009)
Forms submitted to ePortfolio by or for
  Foundation trainees (UK) ~ 10,000

Aug 08 – end June 09
                                                     n
Case Based Discussion                           69,588
DOPS/WPA                                       118,371
miniCEX                                         68,571
Multi-source feedback (360 appraisal)          188,334
Supervisor reports                              20,918

+ Personal Development Plans, Log entries, curriculum links
High school ~ 6 years
                        Personal details
                        Exam results
                        Awards
                        Sports
                        Work experience
                        Clubs
                        Career advice
Undergraduate degree ~ 4 years

                         Personal details
                         Exam results
                         Awards
                         Sports
                         Work experience
                         Clubs
                         Degree
Medical school ~ 5 years

                           Personal details
                           Exam results
                           Clinical experience
                           Reflection
                           Academic achievements
                           Publications
                           Tomorrow’s Doctor
                           outcomes
Foundation Programme ~ 2 years
                      Personal details

                      Clinical experience

                      Supervisors

                      Assessments

                      Reflective practice

                      Curriculum

                      FACD (sign-off)
Specialty Training (eg Obs&Gyn) ~ 5 years
                         Personal details
                         Assessments
                         Curriculum
                         Reflective practice
                         Procedures
                         Clinical experience
                         Supervisors
                         Publications
                         CCT
Change of direction
(eg Obs & Gyn to Psychiatry)
What data?
UK Foundation Programme Office / Medical
Schools Council survey
Nigel Bax, June 2009

Questionnaire sent to all UK medical schools

18/27 responded

Electronic systems used in 13/18 schools

Widespread support for ug/pg linkage
Purpose of undergraduate portfolio

 –   Record personal reflections (94%)
 –   Archive assignments/academic output (83%)
 –   Record acquisition of clinical skills (78%)
 –   Record academic attainments (66%)
 –   Record clinical cases seen (61%)
 –   Provide basis for assessment (56%)
 –   Self-reported record of health matters (17%)
But…

• Who owns the portfolio? (100% said the
  student)

  – Data owner
  – Data controller
  – Data processor
Should ug/pg portfolios be linked? (100% yes)


•   Continuity vs constraints
•   Complete data transfer?
•   Mandatory transfer?
•   Technical issues & licensing
Tomorrow’s Doctors 2009
Standards for delivery of teaching, learning and assessment

•   Domain 1 – Patient safety
•   Domain 2 – Quality assurance, review and evaluation
•   Domain 3 – Equality, diversity and opportunity
•   Domain 4 – Student selection
•   Domain 5 – Design and delivery of curriculum including assessment
•   Domain 6 – Support & development of students, teachers & local faculty
•   Domain 7 – Management of teaching, learning and assessment
•   Domain 8 – Educational resources and capacity
•   Domain 9 - Outcomes
Tomorrow’s Doctors 2009
Outcomes for graduates

• The doctor as a scholar & a scientist
• The doctor as a practitioner
• The doctor as a professional

…How could/should these be presented?
 e-Learning                       ePortfolio


Considerations :

• What could (should) be stored?
   – e-Learning records eg modules completed, login / sessions, MCQ attempts
     and/or results, eDiploma results
• User led or automatic transfer?
• Access rights (programme directors? Colleges?
  Employers? Regulators?)
Public sector / commercial
Interoperability – where to start?

• Undergraduate to postgraduate (medical school to
  foundation programme)

• E-Learning to ePortfolio

• Specialty to specialty (eg Acute Care Common Stem /
  Generic Curriculum)
  Demos available for all versions.

  Alex Haig alex.haig@nes.scot.nhs.uk
Karen Beggs karen.beggs@nes.scot.nhs.uk

          (0131) 650 9753/651 4251

				
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