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As I am sure you have heard, ACHE Congress has been canceled due to the risk associated with COVID-19. As such, CAHME will not be hosting an in person bootcamp in Chicago on March 22. In place of the in-person bootcamp, CAHME will host a virtual bootcamp comprised of six live sessions in April and early May that will cover the materials in the in-person session.

Sessions will be recorded and will be made available for those who are not able to attend the session. As an added benefit, registrants will have continued access to the recordings (and other resources) until July 1, 2020.

Enrollees will gain access to the CAHME Learning Management wesbite where they will complete the pre-requisite learning course once registered.


CAHME Bootcamp will be led by:
Kevin D. Broom, PhD
Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management
Vice Chair for Education
Director, MHA and MHA/MBA Programs
Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh

Pre-work, Introduction to CAHME Accreditation, Virtual Session( included with the purchase of any other session) Topics include an introduction to CAHME and competency-based education, criteria overview, criteria that are the most challenging, candidacy process/timeline, and preparing for the site visit.


Session 1:

Session 1.A., April 10, 11:00am - 12:00pm - Selecting Competencies in line with Mission, Vision, Values

Topics include developing/refining statements of mission, vision, and goals/objectives that guide program design and assessment.

Session 1.B., April 10, 1:00pm - 2:00pm - Example of Competency Assessment Process
Topics include selecting teaching and assessment tools aligned with competency-based education. Program management issues will also be covered.

Session 1.C., April 17, 3:00pm - 4:00pm - Program Level Competency Assessment Implementation
Topics include the implementation of competency-based education across a whole eprogram.


Session 2:

Session 2.A., April 24, 3:00pm - 4:00pm - Course Level Competency Assessment Implementation
Topics include how a program can utilize its competency model to develop a curriculum, syllabus, and assignments that teach the appropriate competencies.

Session 2.B., May 1, 11:00am - 12:00pm - Example of Competency Assessment Process
Topics include selecting teaching and assessment tools aligned with competency-based education. Program management issues will also be covered.

Session 2.C., May 1, 1:00pm - 2:00pm - Competency Assessment Challenges
Topics include the challenges faced by programs in the design and implementation of a competency assessment model. Session will also explore how to utilize competency assessment for continuous program improvement.


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