The mini-clinical evaluation exercise during medical clerkships: are learning needs and learning goals aligned?

@article{Montagne2014TheME,
  title={The mini-clinical evaluation exercise during medical clerkships: are learning needs and learning goals aligned?},
  author={Stephanie Montagne and Anja Rogausch and Armin Gemperli and Christoph Berendonk and Patrick Jucker-Kupper and Christine Beyeler},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 10},
  pages={1008-19}
}
OBJECTIVES The generation of learning goals (LGs) that are aligned with learning needs (LNs) is one of the main purposes of formative workplace-based assessment. In this study, we aimed to analyse how often trainer-student pairs identified corresponding LNs in mini-clinical evaluation exercise (mini-CEX) encounters and to what degree these LNs aligned with recorded LGs, taking into account the social environment (e.g. clinic size) in which the mini-CEX was conducted. METHODS Retrospective… CONTINUE READING