Using standardised patients to measure physicians' practice: validation study using audio recordings.

@article{Luck2002UsingSP,
  title={Using standardised patients to measure physicians' practice: validation study using audio recordings.},
  author={Jeff Luck and John W Peabody},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2002},
  volume={325 7366},
  pages={679}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the validity of standardised patients to measure the quality of physicians' practice. DESIGN Validation study of standardised patients' assessments. Physicians saw unannounced standardised patients presenting with common outpatient conditions. The standardised patients covertly tape recorded their visit and completed a checklist of quality criteria immediately afterwards. Their assessments were compared against independent assessments of the recordings by a trained medical… CONTINUE READING

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