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Tuesday, June 5 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
VALUE 2.0: Using assessment data to (re)define lifelong learning in professional education

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The study examines student learning outcomes (SLOs) and assessments that are linked to the lifelong learning core competency from approximately 100 programs at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), a health professions university. This will help determine the breadth of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that the various programs expect from their students and give insight about how to revise the definition of lifelong learning within the context of health professions education. This data will be used in conjunction with the pre-existing VALUE rubric (AACU, 2009) to create a framework for reflective practice and lifelong learning at OHSU. Research questions include:
1. How is lifelong learning defined within SLOs across health profession education?
2. How do health professions educators assess lifelong learning within their programs?
The intended audience is educators and administrators engaged in assessment of core competencies, particularly in graduate or professional education.


Kirstin Moreno

Assessment Intern, OHSU

Tuesday June 5, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm MDT
Ballroom A&B