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Medical Education
Graduate Medical Education

Learning Portfolios

A Learning Portfolio is an interactive, web-based development tool that residents can use throughout their undergraduate and graduate medical education to record and organize their learning, track their progress against defined learning objectives, reflect on their learning experiences, and receive feedback on their skills as physicians.

Used throughout residency education, the portfolio will provide residents with a collection of evidence about their professional competence and support their transition into career pathways.

UCSF ePIC Report - How electronic portfolios can support competency-based education in the School of Medicine

Portfolios in Medical Education: Bridging the Gap from Data to Discovery, Lee Learnman, MD, PhD

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