in Health Professions Education: Accreditation and Assessment
The FAIMER-Keele Certificate program provides a thorough, robust grounding in accreditation and assessment as the foundation of a comprehensive understanding of health professions education. Students take on-line units in the two modules listed below.
Modules Required for Certificate
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Module 1: Assessment
(15 hours per unit) Module 1: Assessment (15 hours per unit)
- 1.1. Foundations of Assessment
- 1.2. Blueprinting
- 1.3. Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCEs)
- 1.4. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
- 1.5. Essays and Short Answer Questions
- 1.6. Clinical and Oral Examinations
- 1.7. Workplace-based Assessments
- 1.8. Standard Setting
Module 2: Accreditation and Self-Review (15 hours per unit)
Module 2: Accreditation and Self-Review
(15 hours per unit)
- 2.1. Regulation and Accreditation of Health Professions Education
- 2.2. Standards for Medical Education
- 2.3. Conducting a Self-review
- 2.4. Self-review in Low-resource Circumstances
- 2.5. Implementing Improvements after Self-review
- 2.6. Planning an External Review
- 2.7. Managing and Leading Change
- 2.8. Regulation and Accreditation in a Global Context: International Accreditation
The Certificate is a one-year course of study. Successful completion of all units in Modules 1 and 2 is required to earn the Certificate.
For information on how modules and units are conducted, please visit How It Works.
If you have any questions about the FAIMER-Keele Certificate, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.