Student examiners: The use of interprofessional peer examiners in an objective structured clinical examination: Can dental students act as examiners?

@article{Ogden2000StudentET,
  title={Student examiners: The use of interprofessional peer examiners in an objective structured clinical examination: Can dental students act as examiners?},
  author={Graham Richard Ogden and Michael W Green and Jean Scott Ker},
  journal={British Dental Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={189},
  pages={160-164}
}
Objective To assess whether final year dental students could act as reliable examiners within an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) by comparison with results obtained by an experienced member of staff.Design A station testing examination of the mouth was included in the second year medical undergraduate summative OSCE examination.Setting Concurrently run in three different examination venues on the Ninewells Hospital campus.Subjects 147 medical students and 3 pairs (A, B, C) of… CONTINUE READING