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Assessing the Patient Perspective
(Cambridge University Press, 2011-05-09)
Assessing Doctors' Performance: judging what matters well
(Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, 2015)
Examiner training: A study of examiners making sense of norm-referenced feedback.
PURPOSE: Examiner training has an inconsistent impact on subsequent performance. To understand this variation, we explored how examiners think about changing the way they assess. METHOD: We provided comparative data to ...
Student assistantships: bridging the gap between student and doctor
In 2009, the General Medical Council UK (GMC) published its updated guidance on medical education for the UK medical schools - Tomorrow's Doctors 2009. The Council recommended that the UK medical schools introduce, for the ...
Implementing the undergraduate mini-CEX: a tailored approach at Southampton University
OBJECTIVES: The mini-clinical evaluation exercise (mini-CEX) is widely used in the UK to assess clinical competence, but there is little evidence regarding its implementation in the undergraduate setting. This study aimed ...
Assessing trainees in the workplace: results of a pilot study
This paper outlines the development and evaluation of the utility of workplace-based assessments in higher medical training: case-based discussion (CbD); the acute care assessment tool (ACAT); audit assessment; teaching ...