Graduate medical education (GME) in psychiatry, like other medical specialties, has been transitioning to competency-based training and assessment. Competency-based medical education was born from a desire to certify physicians based on training outcomes, rather than training inputs such as the amount of time one spends in training . The transition to a focus on training outcomes has been at least 25 years in the making
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Macaluso M, Kinzie M, Cowley D, Houston LJ, DeJong S, Janssen F, Bentman A, Edgar L, Campbell B, Bowen L, Aronowitz J, Aoun E, Santiago P, Keepers G. The psychiatry milestones 2.0: How did we get from 1.0 to 2.0 and what can users expect? [Editorial]. Academic Psychiatry. 2020 Dec;44(6):779-784. Epub 2020 Jul 8. doi: 10.1007/s40596-020-01275-0. PMID: 32643060. PMCID: PMC7342549.