The structured oral self-directed learning evaluation: one method of evaluating the clinical reasoning skills of occupational therapy and physiotherapy students.

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The Structured Oral Self-directed Learning Examination (SOSLE) is used to evaluate the clinical reasoning skills of occupational therapy (OT) and physiotherapy (PT) students. It is an oral examination which evaluates a student's problem-solving ability, self-directed learning skills, knowledge level and self-assessment ability. The three parts of the… (More)

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