Overview of the Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (MiniCEX) in pharmacy practice
This webinar is on the Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (MiniCEX).
- Discuss the aim of a Mini-CEX and its place in pharmacy practice
- Describe the format of the tool and appreciate the different versions used in Australia
- Outline the steps of completing a mini-CEX session
- Recognise the importance of providing feedback that is specific and relevant to the learner and workplace
- Contrast the advantages and limitations of the Mini-CEX
This webinar will commence at 1:00PM AEST on Wednesday 4th August 2021
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- Professor Debra Rowett, Discipline Leader Pharmacy, UniSA, SA
- Ms Anne Goulopoulos, Program Director Pharmacy, Eastern Health, Vic
- Dr Stephen Perks, Pharmacist Clinical Education lead, The Townsville University Hospital, Qld
- Mr Ed Anderson, Advanced Pharmacy Resident, Royal Hobart Hospital, Tas
Competency standards* addressed
- Standard 1.4.2 Determine professional development needs with reference to the competency standards
- Standard 4.1.2 Apply reflective skills for self-assessment
*National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016
This activity has been accredited for 1 hour of Group-1 CPD (or 1 CPD credit), suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan.
Accreditation number: S2021/50