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Kevin Souza commented :

   Here are some of the things I took away from the presentation. I
   have not added them to the document since some are my own

   We had 12 people in the audience, 7 of them were not part of the

   1) Establish protocols to vet self-reported data; included an
   attribute for "Intensity" of experience. I imagine
   this could be similar to the way we describe an authorship role
   when we are not first author on a paper.

   2) Consolidate Informal and Formal Extra-curricular into one
   Extra-curricular category and then have "verified"
   and "un-verified" as an attribute of the entry.

   3) We learned that ERAS is being rebuilt is there a way to
   leverage this to facilitate some of the data transfer?

   4) What lessons can we learn from the implementation of
   AAMC's ERAS and VSP applications?

   5) Over time, more of the informal extracurricular activities
   will become portfolio entries since most of them can be linked
   to one of the 6 ACGME competencies. This will provide a more
   natural context of their "Intensity."

   6) Add category for Legacy Projects/Publications. I hesitate to
   use the word "Scholarship" since students think
   first of financial support, not academic scholarship.
   • Research
   • Teaching and mentoring
   • Publications
   • Presentations
   • Etc.

   MedBiquitious Standards Items
   • Add PubMed ID for publications for easy verification
   • Intensity attribute for extra-curricular activities

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