Michael I Clark

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RATIONALE End-of- rotation global evaluations can be subjective, produce inflated grades, lack interrater reliability, and offer information that lacks value. This article outlines the generation of a unique developmental criterion-referenced assessment that applies adult learning theory and the learner, manager, teacher model, and represents an innovative(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to develop an objective method of evaluating resident competency in systems-based practice. STUDY DESIGN Faculty developed a 12-station examination, the Objective Structured System-Interaction Examination (OSSIE), patterned after the Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs), to evaluate residents'(More)