Resident Perceptions of Giving and Receiving Peer-to-Peer Feedback.

@article{Cruz2015ResidentPO,
  title={Resident Perceptions of Giving and Receiving Peer-to-Peer Feedback.},
  author={Maria Syl D de la Cruz and Michael T. Kopec and Leslie A. Wimsatt},
  journal={Journal of graduate medical education},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={
          208-13
        }
}
BACKGROUND Peer feedback is increasingly being used by residency programs to provide an added dimension to the assessment process. Studies show that peer feedback is useful, uniquely informative, and reliable compared to other types of assessments. Potential barriers to implementation include insufficient training/preparation, negative consequences for working relationships, and a perceived lack of benefit. OBJECTIVE We explored the perceptions of residents involved in peer-to-peer feedback… CONTINUE READING
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