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

Subjects: Test Validity; Medical Education; Surgery

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v27 n3 p659-689 Aug 2022.

  • 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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Conceptual Approaches to the Development of Continuing Medical Education for General Practitioners in Moscow

Subjects: Foreign Countries; Professional Continuing Education; Medical EducationRussia (Moscow)

  • Source: Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, v28 n1 p291-303 May 2022.

  • Abstract: The article is devoted to the current state of continuing medical education for general practitioners in the ... As Provided

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Toward Automatic Interpretation of Narrative Feedback in Competency-Based Portfolios

Subjects: Competency Based Education; Portfolios (Background Materials); Feedback (Response)

  • Source: IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, v15 n2 p179-189 Apr 2022.

  • Abstract: Self-directed learning is generally considered a key competence in higher education. To enable self-directed learning, assessment practices increasingly embrace assessment for ... As Provided

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Development and Use of a Computerized System to Track the Competency Development of Family Medicine Residents: Analysis of the Convergence between System Proposals and Assessor Decisions

Subjects: Computer System Design; Competency Based Education; Graduate Medical EducationCanada

  • Source: Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, v17 Article 3 2022.

  • Abstract: In recent decades, a number of training environments have moved toward program approaches targeting the development of competencies. Because of their complexity, monitoring the development ... 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

Subjects: Student Evaluation; Competency Based Education; Holistic Approach

  • Source: Advances in Health Sciences Education, v26 n5 p1659-1673 Dec 2021.

  • Abstract: Assessing competence is a tremendous challenge in medical education. There are two contrasting approaches in competence assessment: ... As Provided

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The Unintentional Effects on Body Donation Programs of a Competency-Based Curriculum in Postgraduate Medical Education

Subjects: Competency Based Education; Medical Education; Graduate StudyCanada (Montreal)

  • Source: Anatomical Sciences Education, v14 n5 p675-681 Sep-Oct 2021.

  • Abstract: As medical programs place increasing importance on competency-based training and surgical simulations for residents, anatomy laboratories, and body donation programs find ... As Provided

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Implementing Competency-Based Education in Multiple Programs: A Workshop to Structure and Monitor Programs' Priorities Using ADDIE

Subjects: Competency Based Education; Program Design; Program DevelopmentCanada

  • Source: Journal of Competency-Based Education, v6 n3 e1257 Sep 2021.

  • Abstract: Context: All Canadian postgraduate medical programs are implementing the major components of competency-based education. To do so, ... As Provided

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The Parallel Evolution of Competency-Based Education in Medical and Higher Education

Subjects: Competency Based Education; Medical Education; Higher Education

  • Source: Journal of Competency-Based Education, v6 n2 e1234 Jun 2021.

  • Abstract: Competency-Based Education (CBE) programs have developed differently within higher education and medical 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

Subjects: Bias; Prior Learning; PhysiciansCanada

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

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

  • 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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