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Implementing workplace‐based assessment across the medical specialties in the United Kingdom
Objectives  To evaluate the reliability and feasibility of assessing the performance of medical specialist registrars (SpRs) using three methods: the mini‐clinical evaluation exercise (mini‐CEX),Expand
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Prospective observational study to evaluate NOTSS (Non‐Technical Skills for Surgeons) for assessing trainees' non‐technical performance in the operating theatre
Most surgical assessment has been aimed at technical proficiency. However, non‐technical skills also affect patient safety and clinical effectiveness. The NOTSS (Non‐Technical Skills for Surgeons)Expand
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Mini-clinical evaluation exercise in anaesthesia training.
BACKGROUND The Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (Mini-CEX) is a workplace-based assessment tool of potential value in anaesthesia to assess and improve clinical performance. Its reliability andExpand
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Can I leave the theatre? A key to more reliable workplace-based assessment.
BACKGROUND The value of workplace-based assessments such as the mini-clinical evaluation exercise (mini-CEX), and clinicians' confidence and engagement in the process, has been constrained by lowExpand
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Improving the quality of outpatient clinic letters using the Sheffield Assessment Instrument for Letters (SAIL)
Aim  To improve the quality of outpatient letters used as communication between hospital and primary care doctors.
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A model of professional self-identity formation in student doctors and dentists: a mixed method study
BackgroundProfessional self-identity [PSI] can be defined as the degree to which an individual identifies with his or her professional group. Several authors have called for a better understanding ofExpand
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Why Christianity Happened: A Sociohistorical Account of Christian Origins (26-50 CE)
Looking beyond theological narratives and offering a sociological, economic, and historical examination of the spread of earliest Christianity, James Crossley presents a thoroughly secular and causalExpand
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Harnessing Chaos: The Bible in English Political Discourse since 1968
Introduction Chapter 1: 'Chaos is a Ladder': A Reception History of the Bible in English Politics Part I: Experiencing Defeat Chapter 2: Christopher Hill's World Turned Upside Down Chapter 3: ThisExpand
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Student assistantships: bridging the gap between student and doctor
In 2009, the General Medical Council UK (GMC) published its updated guidance on medical education for the UK medical schools – Tomorrow’s Doctors 2009. The Council recommended that the UK medicalExpand
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