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Individuals or groups of learners can self-report and/or self-assess their communication skills, but the accredited provider must also include external observation with feedback to the learner – for example with a faculty member, a...

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Each learner in an activity would be expected to have been observed and given feedback to meet the criterion. 

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No. Feedback can be provided in person or virtually, in writing or orally – and can be provided to the individual learner or to a group (for example during a team simulation).

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Overview of Criterion 29 from the ACCME Menu of Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation by Dr. Graham McMahon.

>>McMAHON: In order for us to make a real difference in the lives of our patients, not only do we have to practice great medicine and have great competence in being able to do that, but we have...

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Yes - the intent of this criterion is to have the content/format of the activity support the observation of, and feedback to, learners on their communication skills, so that each participant can derive personal value from the...

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Overview of Criterion 30 from the ACCME Menu of Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation by Dr. Graham McMahon.

>>McMAHON: Ultimately, many of our interactions with patients are based on technical and procedural skill, whether it's operative skill, procedures, physical examination...

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Yes, if the skill is an observable psychomotor skill that requires expertise and practice.