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SMART Credentials - Plenary edition

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Christopher Butcher

on 14 November 2013

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Transcript of SMART Credentials - Plenary edition

M
easurable
Is your credential SMART?
ICE R&D Committee Task Force on Certification Construct:
Jerry Reid, Christopher Butcher, Larry Fabrey, Jim Stobinski, Pat Hughes
Achievable
Feasibility
: the likelihood that someone will be able to achieve the certification program requirements

Validity
: the likelihood that the certification program as constructed will have the outcome it promises
Relevant
Program outcomes
: lower error rates, reduced cost

Accountability
: the ability of the organization to represent the competence of its credential holders

Practitioner impact
: the measurable effect of the program on the credential holder
Time-Bound
Decay
: The process by which assessments lose relevance due to lack of reinforcement (e.g., the “forgetting curve”).
Feasibility and Validity
The impact a program has on its environment
Competency Shelf Life
How are you doing?
SMART
Stakeholders need to understand what a credential promises.

SMART principles offer a framework for a certification construct.
CREDENTIALS
A
chievable
Relevant
T
ime-bound
Specific
Scope and Level
Scope
: a definition of the competencies governed by the credential (often codified in the form of job/practice analysis and role delineation studies).

Level
: the kind and depth of the competencies addressed by the credential (knowledge/skill/ability and knows/does/masters)
Certification Construct
Measurable
The quantatitive characteristics of the program
S
pecific
Eligibility requirements
: work experience, academic achievement

Examination requirements
: passing standards

Recertification requirements
: continuing competence measures and indicators

Outcomes
: measurable differences in practice
A construct is a theoretical model constructed to represent a human characteristic or trait.
Definition
: How well does the construct of your credential meet SMART goals?
Access
: Do you publicize information about your credential consistent with SMART goals?
Integrity
: How well does your program implementation match your construct?
Obsolescence
: the process by which assessments lose relevance due to practice changes (e.g., technical advancement)
Shelf Life
: The period within which an assessment reliably predicts a level of competence. Shelf life is a function of knowledge decay and obsolescence.
knowledgable
. . mark of excellence. . .
public protection
Competent
Improve patient care
. . .sets a standard for. . .
. . .serve at the highest level. . .
. . .distinguish as a leader. . .
expertise
ethical
proficient
effectively manage
quality
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