Comparison of the medical students’ perceived self-efficacy and the evaluation of the observers and patients

@inproceedings{Ammentorp2013ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the medical students’ perceived self-efficacy and the evaluation of the observers and patients},
  author={Jette Ammentorp and Janus Laust Thomsen and Dorte Ejg Jarb\ol and R{\'e}n{\'e} Holst and Anne Lindebo Holm \Ovrehus and P E Kofoed},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND The accuracy of self-assessment has been questioned in studies comparing physicians' self-assessments to observed assessments; however, none of these studies used self-efficacy as a method for self-assessment. The aim of the study was to investigate how medical students' perceived self-efficacy of specific communication skills corresponds to the evaluation of simulated patients and observers. METHODS All of the medical students who signed up for an Objective Structured Clinical… CONTINUE READING
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