Measurement of clinical reflective capacity early in training as a predictor of clinical reasoning performance at the end of residency: an experimental study on the script concordance test.

@article{Brailovsky2001MeasurementOC,
  title={Measurement of clinical reflective capacity early in training as a predictor of clinical reasoning performance at the end of residency: an experimental study on the script concordance test.},
  author={Carlos Brailovsky and Bernard Charlin and Sean A Beausoleil and St{\'e}phane C{\^o}t{\'e} and Cees Petronella van der Vleuten},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={430-6}
}
BACKGROUND The script concordance (SC) test was conceived to measure knowledge organization, the presence of links between items of knowledge which allow for interpretation of data in clinical decision making situations. Earlier studies have shown that the SC test has good psychometric qualities and overcomes some of the limitations of simulation clinical testing. This study explores the predictive validity of the test. OBJECTIVES To verify whether scores obtained by students at the end of… CONTINUE READING

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