Standard setting in a small scale OSCE: a comparison of the Modified Borderline-Group Method and the Borderline Regression Method.

@article{Wood2006StandardSI,
  title={Standard setting in a small scale OSCE: a comparison of the Modified Borderline-Group Method and the Borderline Regression Method.},
  author={Timothy J Wood and Susan M Humphrey-Murto and Geoff Norman},
  journal={Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={115-22}
}
When setting standards, administrators of small-scale OSCEs often face several challenges, including a lack of resources, a lack of available expertise in statistics, and difficulty in recruiting judges. The Modified Borderline-Group Method is a standard setting procedure that compensates for these challenges by using physician examiners and is easy to use making it a good choice for small scale OSCEs. Unfortunately, the use of this approach may introduce a new challenge. Because a small scale… CONTINUE READING