Lack of agreement between subjective ratings of instructors and objective testing of knowledge acquisition in a urological continuing medical education course.

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Objective scores from multiple-choice questions before and after a postgraduate course were compared to subjective ratings of the instructors at a 3-day seminar. The objective mean scores after the course were significantly higher than the scores before the course (p less than 0.0001). There was no correlation between test results and subjective ratings of instructors.

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@article{Ansell1979LackOA, title={Lack of agreement between subjective ratings of instructors and objective testing of knowledge acquisition in a urological continuing medical education course.}, author={Julian S Ansell and R C Boughton and Thomas Cullen and Craig A. Hodges and Earl F Nation and Pamela Peters and P L Scardino}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={1979}, volume={122 6}, pages={721-3} }