Engaging registrants in the self-monitoring of risks, supports, and knowledge as a contributor to maintaining competence
Live session: Tuesday, February 7, 2017: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET Washington, DC United States (21:00 UTC)
The College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (Canada) has been administering an Annual Self Report (ASR) with all registrants since 2010. The ASR is a short, online, confidential tool that consists of 3 main parts: questions the registrant answers about themselves and their practice in order to identify potential risks and supports to competence; a self-quiz that requires the registrant to apply their knowledge of regulation to practice scenarios; and finally an individualized report that contains additional information about the registrant’s potential risks and supports. In this webinar we will look at the ASR in more detail and how its engagement of registrants fits the purpose of the College’s Quality Assurance Program: to monitor and support the continuing competence of physical therapists in British Columbia. We will also spend some time looking at what we have learned from seven years of administering the ASR and how we have improved it.
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