University Of Calgary Postgraduate Medicine

FM Entrustable Professional Activities

In addition to ACE or rotation specific assessment, overarching Entrustable professional Activities (“EPAs”) are assessments throughout the residency program.

EPA List & Guidance
EPA Grid – Calgary Program
EPA Grid - Rural Program
EPA Assessment & Sign Off – Calgary Program
EPA Assessment & Sign Off – Rural Program 

 


Family Medicine Clinic

1. Assess, manage, and follow-up patients with common presenting complaints and undifferentiated symptoms.

2. Recognize and appropriately refer for emergent conditions.

3. Complete an adult periodic health assessment, using evidence-based screening and risk reduction recommendations.

4. Complete a well-child check-up, using evidence-based screening and risk reduction recommendations.

5. Manage and follow-up patients with common chronic conditions.

6. Care for pregnant patients throughout pregnancy.

7. Manage postpartum mothers and their newborns in the first few weeks of life.

8. Manage the elderly patient with multiple co-morbidities.

9. Identify, diagnose, and manage, common mental health symptoms and disorders.

10. Care for vulnerable and underservered populations.

11. Demonstrate General Key Features for Procedural Skills.


Palliative Care

12. Care for the palliative patient and their family.


Intra-partum Care

13. Perform low-risk, spontaneous, term, vertex vaginal delivery.

14. Recognize when an obstetric patient requires referral for higher level care.


Care of the Adult in Hospital

15. Determine when an adult patient requires admission and inpatient hospital care.

16. Assess and appropriately manage adult patients in hospital.

17. Recognize and provide appropriate management of the unstable adult patient in the hospital setting. 

18. Determine when an unstable patient requires referral for higher level care.

19. Plan and coordinate discharge of adult patients from hospital.


Care of the child in hospital

20. Determine when a child or adolescent requires admission and inpatient hospital care.

21. Assess and appropriately manage the child or adolescent patient in hospital.

22. Recognize and provide appropriate management of the unstable pediatric patient in the Hospital setting.

23. Determine when an unstable child or adolescent patient requires transfer to a higher level of care. 

24. Plan and coordinate discharge of the Family Medicine child or adolescent from hospital.


Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care

25. Recognize and provide initial management of common pediatric emergencies.

26. Recognize and provide initial management of common adult emergencies.