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Competency-based medical education: theory to practice
Although competency-based medical education (CBME) has attracted renewed interest in recent years among educators and policy-makers in the health care professions, there is little agreement on manyExpand
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The role of assessment in competency-based medical education
Competency-based medical education (CBME), by definition, necessitates a robust and multifaceted assessment system. Assessment and the judgments or evaluations that arise from it are important at theExpand
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Qualitative Analysis of Mothers' Decision-Making About Vaccines for Infants: The Importance of Trust
BACKGROUND. The high visibility of controversies regarding vaccination makes it increasingly important to understand how parents decide whether to vaccinate their infants. OBJECTIVE. The purpose ofExpand
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Tools for direct observation and assessment of clinical skills of medical trainees: a systematic review.
CONTEXT Direct observation of medical trainees with actual patients is important for performance-based clinical skills assessment. Multiple tools for direct observation are available, but theirExpand
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Factors influencing responsiveness to feedback: on the interplay between fear, confidence, and reasoning processes
Self-appraisal has repeatedly been shown to be inadequate as a mechanism for performance improvement. This has placed greater emphasis on understanding the processes through which self-perception andExpand
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Charting the road to competence: developmental milestones for internal medicine residency training.
BACKGROUND The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Outcome Project requires that residency program directors objectively document that their residents achieve competence in 6Expand
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The Relationship between Specialty Choice and Gender of U.S. Medical Students, 1990–2003
Purpose Women have been postulated to be more responsible than men for the recent trend of lifestyle factors influencing the specialty choices of graduating U.S. medical students. The authors lookedExpand
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Opening the black box of clinical skills assessment via observation: a conceptual model
Medical Education 2011: 45: 1048–1060
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Faculty development in assessment: the missing link in competency-based medical education.
As the medical education community celebrates the 100th anniversary of the seminal Flexner Report, medical education is once again experiencing significant pressure to transform. Multiple reportsExpand
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Implementation of competency‐based medical education: are we addressing the concerns and challenges?
Competency‐based medical education (CBME) has emerged as a core strategy to educate and assess the next generation of physicians. Advantages of CBME include: a focus on outcomes and learnerExpand
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