In our latest episode of Ascend Radio, Editor-in-Chief Paul Leavoy sits down with Thomas Custers, co-creator of Ontario’s College Performance Measurement Framework (CPMF), Dan Faulkner, Registrar and CEO of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (and a current CPMF user), and Lynsay Nair, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses, who currently uses the framework as a reference point for her own performance measurement system in her own province.
In a wide-ranging conversation about qualitative and quantitative performance evaluation in regulation, they discuss:
- How the idea for the CPMF came about.
- The stakeholders involved in its creation.
- The challenges involved in quantifying the success of regulatory colleges.
- …And much more.
We also explore what external accountability and internal improvement in regulation look like, as well as what the general standards are for a high-performing regulator. To learn more about the details of the framework – including its ideological foundation, the seven performance measurement domains it covers, and some key takeaways from the 2020 reporting cycle – check out the summary offered by the Ministry of Health.
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