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Criteria for good assessment: Consensus statement and recommendations from the Ottawa 2010 Conference
In this article, we outline criteria for good assessment that include: (1) validity or coherence, (2) reproducibility or consistency, (3) equivalence, (4) feasibility, (5) educational effect, (6)Expand
Echoes of Scripture in the letters of Paul
Paul's letters, the earliest writings in the New Testament, are filled with allusions, images and quotations from the Old Testament. This book investigates Paul's appropriation of Scripture from aExpand
Galatians : a new translation with introduction and commentary
Galatians: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, by J. Louis Martyr. AB 33A. New York: Doubleday,1997. Pp. xxiv + 614. $39.95. Ernst Kasemann appended a lengthy footnote to his essay onExpand
Isolation, flexibility and change in vocational training for general practice: personal and educational problems experienced by general practice registrars in Australia.
BACKGROUND GP registrars, in common with other doctors, frequently experience high levels of stress; however, little is known about the nature and outcomes of personal and educational problemsExpand
A review of the evaluation of clinical teaching: new perspectives and challenges *
This article discusses the importance of the process of evaluation of clinical teaching for the individual teacher and for the programme. Measurement principles, including validity, reliability,Expand
The practical value of the standard error of measurement in borderline pass/fail decisions
Objective  The purpose of this study was to explore the value of the standard error of measurement (SEM) in making decisions about students with examination scores at or below the pass/failExpand
Is insight important? Measuring capacity to change performance
Background  Some doctors who perform poorly appear not to be aware of how their performance compares with accepted practice. The way that professionals maintain their existing expertise and acquireExpand
Why doctors leave rural practice.
Retention of rural doctors remains difficult because of complex factors that influence decisions of medical families. This study explores the reasons why Queensland rural doctors left theirExpand
Interprofessional education in rural practice: how, when and where?
  • R. Hays
  • Medicine
  • Rural and remote health
  • 1 May 2008
Interprofessional education (IPE) has been suggested as an answer to improving the effectiveness of health professional teamwork, which in turn is regarded as a key strategy for improving theExpand