Tobias R Moczko

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INTRODUCTION Progress tests provide students feedback on their level of proficiency over the course of their medical studies. Peer-assisted learning and competency-based education have become increasingly important in medical education. Although progress tests have been proven to be useful as a longitudinal feedback instrument, there are currently no(More)
OBJECTIVES This study was designed to explore final-year medical students' stressors and coping strategies at the transition to the clinical workplace. METHODS In this qualitative study, semi-standardized interviews with eight final-year medical students (five male, three female; aged 25.9±1.4 years) were conducted during their internal medicine rotation.(More)
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