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Discourse analysis
This articles explores how discourse analysis is useful for a wide range of research questions in health care and the health professions
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Qualitative research methodologies: ethnography
The previous articles (there were 2 before this 1) in this series discussed several methodological approaches commonly used by qualitative researchers in the health professions. This article focusesExpand
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Analytic global OSCE ratings are sensitive to level of training
Purpose  There are several reasons for using global ratings in addition to checklists for scoring objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) stations. However, there has been little evidenceExpand
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Assessment in the post-psychometric era: Learning to love the subjective and collective
  • B. Hodges
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Medical teacher
  • 1 July 2013
Since the 1970s, assessment of competence in the health professions has been dominated by a discourse of psychometrics that emphasizes the conversion of human behaviors to numbers and prioritizesExpand
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‘The research compass’: An introduction to research in medical education: AMEE Guide No. 56
This AMEE Guide offers an introduction to research in medical education. It is intended for those who are contemplating conducting research in medical education but are new to the field. The Guide isExpand
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Context, Conflict, and Resolution: A New Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Professionalism
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Assessment of professionalism: Recommendations from the Ottawa 2010 Conference
Over the past 25 years, professionalism has emerged as a substantive and sustained theme, the operationalization and measurement of which has become a major concern for those involved in medicalExpand
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Interactions with the pharmaceutical industry: experiences and attitudes of psychiatry residents, interns and clerks.
  • B. Hodges
  • Medicine
  • CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal…
  • 1 September 1995
OBJECTIVE To examine the type and number of interactions of psychiatry residents, interns and clerks with sales representatives of pharmaceutical companies and the attitudes of physicians-in-trainingExpand
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OSCE checklists do not capture increasing levels of expertise.
PURPOSE To evaluate the effectiveness of binary content checklists in measuring increasing levels of clinical competence. METHOD Fourteen clinical clerks, 14 family practice residents, and 14Expand
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Difficulties in Recognizing One's Own Incompetence: Novice Physicians Who Are Unskilled and Unaware of It
Kruger and Dunning published an elegant series of studies illustrating that deficits in the ability to assess one’s own competence were common among the subjects in the lowest-scoring quartile on aExpand
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