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Teacher, Gatekeeper, or Team Member: Supervisor Positioning in Programmatic Assessment

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Aug 2023 28(3):827-845.

  • Abstract: Competency-based assessment is undergoing an evolution with the popularisation of programmatic assessment. Fundamental to programmatic assessment are the attributes and buy-in of the people participating ... As Provided

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Scholarly Practice in Healthcare Professions: Findings from a Scoping Review

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Aug 2023 28(3):973-996.

  • Abstract: Scholarly practitioners are broadly defined as healthcare professionals that address critical practice problems using theory, scientific evidence, and practice-based knowledge. Though scholarly practice is included ... As Provided

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'A Whole Other Competence Story': Exploring Faculty Perspectives on the Process of Workplace-Based Assessment of Entrustable Professional Activities

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. May 2023 28(2):369-385.

  • Abstract: The centrality of entrustable professional activities (EPAs) in competency-based medical education (CBME) is predicated on the assumption that low-stakes, high-frequency workplace-based assessments used in a ... As Provided

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Examining the Validity Argument for the Ottawa Surgical Competency Operating Room Evaluation (OSCORE): A Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Aug 2022 27(3):659-689.

  • Abstract: The Ottawa Surgical Competency Operating Room Evaluation (OSCORE) is an assessment tool that has gained prominence in postgraduate competency-based training programs. We undertook a systematic ... As Provided

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Cognitive Diagnostic Modelling in Healthcare Professions Education: An Eye-Opener

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. May 2022 27(2):427-440.

  • Abstract: Criticisms about psychometric paradigms currently used in healthcare professions education include claims of reductionism, objectification, and poor compliance with assumptions. Nevertheless, perhaps the most crucial ... As Provided

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It Does Not Have to Be Either Or! Assessing Competence in Medicine Should Be a Continuum between an Analytic and a Holistic Approach

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Dec 2021 26(5):1659-1673.

  • Abstract: Assessing competence is a tremendous challenge in medical education. There are two contrasting approaches in competence assessment: an analytic approach that aims to precisely measure ... As Provided

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Nursing Students' Conceptions of Competence and the Learning Processes That Support the Development of Competence: A Phenomenographic Study

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Aug 2021 26(3):1113-1132.

  • Abstract: The development of competence among student nurses is important to nurse educators, nursing regulatory bodies, employers and patients. Several teaching and learning strategies support the ... As Provided

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

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Mar 2021 26(1):139-157.

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

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Mar 2021 26(1):199-214.

  • 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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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

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education. Aug 2020 25(3):691-709.

  • 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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