Implementation of Competency-based education (CBE)

From 1 – 5 July 2024 (Monday afternoon – Friday morning) Utrecht University is organizing a summer-school on the Implementation of Competency-based Education. The programme aims to support pharmacy leaders and educators to implement CBE models/aspects in their local settings with sessions assisting CBE implementation plans and practical examples from successful models. The programme will be a mix of lectures and workshops; active participation by attendees is expected.
Target audience: Pharmacy education leaders and educators (education leaders, and course coordinators and developers). Places are limited to a maximum of 20 attendees.
Course aims: At the end of the CBE summer course, attendees will be able to:
♦ Describe the concepts of competency and CBE in pharmacy education and workforce development
♦ Understand key aspects of CBE implementation in pharmacy education
♦ Identify individual progress, challenges, and drivers in CBE adoption and implementation
♦ Develop a CBE implementation plan to support local implementation of CBE
Course leaders: dr. Naoko Arakawa (Univ. Nottingham, UK), dr. Andries Koster (Utrecht University, NL), prof. Kirsten Galbraith (Monash University, AUS), prof. Aukje Mantel-Teeuwisse (Utrecht University, NL) with guest lectures by prof. Olle ten Cate (Utrecht University) and prof. Pierre Moreau (Univ. Kuwait).
Course fee: € 900 (before May 1st) or € 1100 (after May 1st) . The registration fee includes lunches, tea/coffee breaks, dinner on the first and last evenings, and Utrecht local transportation card.
Further information and registration: course website or search on the Utrecht summerschool website.