Episode 181: Dr Bronwyn Bryant – Redefining Pathology Training With Entrustable Professional Activities

Today my guest is Dr. Bronwyn Bryant, a pathologist and pathology educator.

Dr. Bryant has been involved in the National EPA Working Group, focused on implementing Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) in pathology residency programs.

The group conducted a pilot study on EPAs and is now working on developing an electronic tool to facilitate the completion of EPAs in real-time.

Dr. Bryant is passionate about using EPAs to provide more specific and actionable feedback to residents, ultimately improving the learning and assessment experiences. She is also interested in studying the impact of EPAs on resident training.

Dr. Bryant emphasizes the importance of faculty development in using EPAs effectively and believes that this method can lead to a culture shift in pathology education.

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Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

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Digital Pathology Club


National pilot of entrustable professional activities in pathology residency training

Leveraging faculty development to support validation of entrustable professional activities assessment tools in anatomic and clinical pathology training


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