Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Collaborative

Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Collaborative (PMAC) American Board of Pediatrics Association of Pediatric Program Directors National Board of Medical Examiners The Story of PMAC: A workplace-based assessment system for the real world Patricia J. Hicks, MD, MHPE Alan Schwartz, PhD Disclosures PMAC research and development is supported by the National Board of Medical Examiners and the American Board of Pediatrics Acknowledgements Site Lead Investigators: Baylor College of Medicine: Teri Turner, MD, MPH, MEd. Boston University: Daniel J. Schumacher, MD MEd. Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia: Jeanine Ronan, MD; Rebecca Tenney-Soeiro; MD, Anna Weiss, MD. Childrens National Medical Center: Aisha Barber Davis, MD. Cincinnati Childrens Hospital: Javier Gonzalez del Rey, MD, Med; Joe Knadler, MD; Sue Poynter, MD, MEd. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Kimberly Gifford, MD; Samantha House, DO. Emory University: Susie Buchter, MD. Inova Childrens Hospital: Meredith Carter, MD; Kathleen Donnelly, MD. Monmouth Medical Center: Renuka Verma, MD. Nationwide Childrens Hospital: John Mahan, MD; Rebecca Matthews, MD. Phoenix Childrens Hospital: Vasudha Bhavaraju, MD; Ryan Bode, MD; Grace Caputo, MD, MPH; Kelly Kelleher, MD. Seattle Childrens Hospital: Heather McPhillips, MD, MPH; Sahar Rooholamini, MD. State University of New York at Stony Brook: Robyn Blair, MD. University of California Davis: Su-Ting Li, MD, MPH. University of California Los Angeles: Alan Chin, MD; Kate Perkins, MD, PhD. University of Chicago Corner Childrens Hospital: Nicola Orlov, MD, MPH. University of Florida: Nicole Paradise Black, MD; Lily Chang, MD; Cynthia Powell, MEd. University of Illinois at Chicago: Michelle Barnes, MD; Jen McDonnell, MD; Amanda Osta, MD; Emri Tas, MD. University of Louisville: Kimberly Boland, MD; Olivia Mittel, MD; Sara Multerer, MD. University of Michigan: Hilary Haftel, MD, MHPE; Kristen Wright, MD. University of South Alabama: Sophia Goslings, MD; Franklin Trimm, MD. University of Tennessee: Sandra Arnold, MD; Mark Bugnitz, MD. University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School: Lynn Thoreson, DO. University of Utah: Jaime Bruse; Bruce Herman, MD. University of Vermont: Ann Guillot, MD; Karen Leonard, MD. University of Virginia: Linda Waggoner-Fountain, MD, MEd. Winthrop-University Hospital: Ulka Kothari, MD; Jill Leavens-Maurer, MD; Robert Lee, MD. Wake Forest University: Allison McBride, MD; Nick Potisek, MD; Wright State University: Ann Burke, MD. American Board of Pediatrics Carol Carraccio, MD, MA; David G. Nichols, MD, MBA. National Board of Medical Examiners Martin Bruegel; Leah Burnett; Brian Clauser, EdD; Melissa J. Margolis, PhD; Peter Katsufrakis, MD, MBA; Tom Rebbecchi, MD; Marcia Winward, MPhil. Association of Pediatric Program Directors Laura Degnon, CAE; Beth King, MPP; Alan Schwartz, PhD. Workplace-based Assessment in the Real World Use Cases Requirements Challenges

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Reported to ACGME Decisions ? Purposeful Workplace-based Assessment Demonstrates overall utility expected from the community Feasible and acceptable Provides educational value Demonstrates reliability Validity evidence supports use in decision-making Reasonable cost van der Vleuten, C. The Assessment of Professional Competence: Developments, Research and Practical Implications. Advances in Health Sciences Education (1996) 1, 41-67. van der Vleuten, C., et al. A Model for Programmatic Assessment Fit for Purpose. Medical Teacher (2012). 34(3), 205-214. APPD LEARN Mission Meaningful educational research that advances the training of future Pediatricians via collaboration in research by program directors to improve the health and well-being of children. Network-based Assessment R&D Laboratory is the authentic clinical setting where the resident is training Multiple sites for suitable sample sizes, community input, and to accommodate variance among programs Need longitudinal data for predictive validity Network infrastructure provides coordination of IRB, data collection, scholarship APPD LEARN Operations 145+ residency programs Learners uniquely identified by a persistent encrypted identifier allows for linking over time and across studies Dataverse data repository for permanent stewardship and sharing APPD LEARN Member Sites Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Pilot NBME Center for Innovation, ABP and APPD LEARN Assessment Instrument

Development: - setting - methods - items - selection of observer roles What content informs individuals about this readiness? Examples from real world learners Readiness to: Serve as an intern on a Pediatric inpatient unit Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Pilot Data Collection Learners Programs Data collection period (months) MSFs SCOs 239 18 12 1086 713 Pilot Learner Survey - Results Thinking about the feedback you received at the end of your rotation, please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements: It was useful for constructing future goals or identifying a developmental path. It helped me to understand how those with whom I worked perceived my performance. 85%

93% Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Collaborative Vision To conceptualize and build a coherent system of competency-based assessment for physicians across the continuum Mission To uphold the public trust by providing evidence of competent performance through longitudinal assessment that: verifies continued competence beyond standardized testing of medical knowledge drives continuous performance improvement facilitates lifelong learning, and Recognizes and guides both personal and professional growth PMAC Goals To develop an assessment system that demonstrates high utility1 To engage the community in every aspect of the development and evaluation of the project Identify areas where further research is needed to provide the strength of evidence needed for decisions van der Vleuten, C., et al. A model for programmatic assessment fit for purpose. Med Teach (2012). 34(3), 205-214. 1 PMAC Assessment - Built on Key Advancement Decisions Decision Description Ready to serve as an intern Ready to care for patients without the presence of an onsite supervisor Ready to supervise others in the care of patients, without the presence of an onsite supervisor Competent in identifying areas of new learning for self, creating activities to address gaps Competent in identifying areas for improvement in systems associated with practice Ready to practice without direct supervision Time range anticipated for achievement 02/26/2020 MS-III to MSIV

PGY-1 PGY-2 PGY-3 Module 1 - Outcomes Learners Programs Data collection period (months) Total number of instruments MSFs SCOs Phase 1 Phase 2 165 8 4 1373 873 500 289 11 7 2181 1355 826 Module 2 - Outcomes Learners Programs Data collection period (months) Total number of instruments MSFs SCOs Pilot Phase 2 239 18 12 2338 1086 713 248

10 5 2181 1206 870 PMAC Outcomes Acceptability to community High participation; some express desire to drop local instruments Ease of use Feedback facilitated by content-expert-informed reports Reliability high (0.82 with 6 instruments completed) Reported results assist CCC members and supervisors in decision-making 22 Key Elements in the Development of a Workplace-based Assessment System Technology Rigor Community engagement Support and collaboration of key organizations Technology Front-end features Mobile Branching; conditional Item format types Scoring Mapping of items/elements Weighting by duration of observation and role Reporting One link per site for all instruments and modules F, R F, R F, R, N, O MSF SCO-Rounds

H&P Item #1 Recommendations Text comments Item #2 Theme-related comments Global item Global text comments F= Faculty R= Resident N= Nurse O= Other Monthly End-of-Rotation Report Provides competency-level, inference-level, and global results and feedback Score data and feedback on areas for improvement (when relevant) are given Includes all observational assessment results that met the reporting threshold Minimum criterion: 3 MSF (2 from physicians) Complete report: 3 MSF and 2 SCO of a single type Aggregate Report Provides competency-level, inference-level, and global results and feedback for all rotations that received a rotation-level report Instruments that were completed but did not meet the reporting threshold also are provided to the sites Includes additional graphical data Standardized PMAC competency-level performance compared to all other learners within a site Translation of PMAC scores to ACGME Reporting Milestones levels Psychometric Rigor Assessment evidence needs to support the intended use of the assessment Reliability Validity Extrapolation Interpretation Chain of Inference Generalization

Scoring Interpretation Extrapolation Kane MT. Validation. In: Brennan RL, ed. Educational Measurement. 4th Edition ed. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers; 2006. Chain of Inference e Gen Scoring n atio raliz Interpretation Extrapolation Kane MT. Validation. In: Brennan RL, ed. Educational Measurement. 4th Edition ed. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers; 2006. Community Engagement Selection of important decisions Identification of assessment content that informs chosen decisions Determination of which interprofessional role most naturally sees behaviors to be assessed Instrument type chosen Review of preliminary items / instruments APPD LEARN Sites Engaged in PMAC Data Collection 2011-present Longitudinal Support from Key Organizations Align with vision/mission of organization Financial support needed is substantial Collaboration with determination and tolerance Scholarship External advisory committee

Next Steps Next Module Changes in front-end design Expanding into other specialties Expanding into other methodologies Instrument Completion Status: Programs Live LinkData to PMAC Database Real-time Review Instrument Selection Instruments offered based on role-privileges Learner Selection Only assigned learners pictured Slider Bar Format Reduces rater tension with assigning numeric score Global Item Use of scale; correlation with other items Recommendations Immediate Feedback and Easy Entry back into System Easy re-entry to complete another instrument Scroll to view submitted instrument PDF to save +/print +/- send to learner

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