Enhancing the reliability of the multiple mini-interview for selecting prospective health care leaders.

@article{Uijtdehaage2011EnhancingTR,
  title={Enhancing the reliability of the multiple mini-interview for selecting prospective health care leaders.},
  author={Sebastian Uijtdehaage and Lawrence 'Hy' Doyle and Neil Parker},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2011},
  volume={86 8},
  pages={1032-9}
}
PURPOSE The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Program in Medical Education (UCLA-PRIME) used a 12-station multiple mini-interview (MMI) circuit to assess applicants. The authors sought to determine the reliability of the MMI, potential bias in scores, and the degree of acceptance by interviewers and applicants. METHOD In 2009, 28 interviewers interviewed a cohort of 76 applicants. An anonymous survey assessed interviewers' and applicants' satisfaction with the MMI process and perceived… CONTINUE READING