Assessment of clinical reasoning in the context of uncertainty: the effect of variability within the reference panel.

@article{Charlin2006AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment of clinical reasoning in the context of uncertainty: the effect of variability within the reference panel.},
  author={Bernard Charlin and Robert Gagnon and Jean Pelletier and Michel Coletti and Grace Abi-Rizk and Claudine Nasr and Evelyne Sauv{\'e} and Cees Petronella van der Vleuten},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 9},
  pages={
          848-54
        }
}
The Script Concordance Test (SCT) assesses reasoning in the context of uncertainty. Because there is no single correct answer, scoring is based on the comparison of answers provided by examinees with those provided by members of a reference panel made up of experienced practitioners. The study aimed to assess the discriminatory power of the SCT based on the variability of the reference panel's answers. Items from a bank covering different family medicine domains were classified into 3 groups… CONTINUE READING
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