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How Biased Are You? The Effect of Prior Performance Information on Attending Physician Ratings and Implications for Learner Handover

Subjects: Bias; Prior Learning; PhysiciansCanada

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v26 n1 p199-214 Mar 2021. 16 pp.

  • Abstract: Learner handover (LH), the process of sharing of information about learners between faculty supervisors, allows for longitudinal assessment fundamental in the competency-based education model. However, ... As Provided

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The Embodiment of Practice Thresholds: From Standardization to Stabilization in Surgical Education

Subjects: Medical Education; Surgery; Medical Students

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v26 n1 p139-157 Mar 2021. 19 pp.

  • Abstract: Surgeons practice their own variations on a procedure. Residents experience shifting thresholds between variations that one surgeon holds firmly as principle and another takes more ... As Provided

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It's a Matter of Trust: Exploring the Basis of Program Directors' Decisions about Whether to Trust a Resident to Care for a Loved One

Subjects: Program Administration; Trust (Psychology); Decision Making

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v25 n3 p691-709 Aug 2020. 19 pp.

  • Abstract: There has been increased attention to and emphasis on competency-based medical education and the transformation from highly supervised medical students towards independent, entrustable physicians. We ... As Provided

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From Prescription to Guidance: A European Framework for Generic Competencies

Subjects: Foreign Countries; Graduate Medical Education; Competency Based EducationEurope

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v25 n1 p173-187 Mar 2020. 15 pp.

  • Abstract: In postgraduate medical education, required competencies are described in detail in existing competency frameworks. This study proposes an alternative strategy for competency-based medical education design, ... As Provided

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Assessment in the Context of Problem-Based Learning

Subjects: Problem Based Learning; Student Evaluation; Testing

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v24 n5 p903-914 Dec 2019. 12 pp.

  • Abstract: Arguably, constructive alignment has been the major challenge for assessment in the context of problem-based learning (PBL). PBL focuses on promoting abilities such as clinical ... As Provided

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Problem-Based Projects in Medical Education: Extending PBL Practices and Broadening Learning Perspectives

Subjects: Problem Based Learning; Student Projects; Active LearningDenmark

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v24 n5 p959-969 Dec 2019. 11 pp.

  • Abstract: Medical education strives to foster effective education of medical students despite an ever-changing landscape in medicine. This article explores the utility of projects in problem-based ... As Provided

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Patient Involvement in Health Professionals' Education: A Meta-Narrative Review

Subjects: Patients; Medical Education; Competency Based Education

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v24 n3 p595-617 Aug 2019. 23 pp.

  • Abstract: More than 100 years ago, Osler inspired educators to consider health professions education (HPE) as intricately reliant on patients. Since that time, patient involvement in HPE ... As Provided

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"All the Ward's a Stage": A Qualitative Study of the Experience of Direct Observation of Handoffs

Subjects: Observation; Graduate Students; Medical Students

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v24 n2 p301-315 May 2019. 15 pp.

  • Abstract: Direct observation of clinical skills is central to assessment in a competency-based medical education model, yet little is known about how direct observation is experienced ... As Provided

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Considerations That Will Determine if Competency-Based Assessment Is a Sustainable Innovation

Subjects: Competency Based Education; Educational Innovation; Sustainability

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v24 n2 p413-421 May 2019. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: Educational assessment for the health professions has seen a major attempt to introduce competency based frameworks. As high level policy developments, the changes were intended ... As Provided

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From Aggregation to Interpretation: How Assessors Judge Complex Data in a Competency-Based Portfolio

Subjects: Undergraduate Students; Medical Students; Medical EducationNetherlands

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v23 n2 p275-287 May 2018. 13 pp.

  • Abstract: While portfolios are increasingly used to assess competence, the validity of such portfolio-based assessments has hitherto remained unconfirmed. The purpose of the present research is ... As Provided

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