mini-PAT (Peer Assessment Tool): a valid component of a national assessment programme in the UK?

@article{Archer2008miniPATA,
  title={mini-PAT (Peer Assessment Tool): a valid component of a national assessment programme in the UK?},
  author={Julian Archer and John J Norcini and Lesley Southgate and Shelley Heard and Helena A Davies},
  journal={Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={181-92}
}
PURPOSE To design, implement and evaluate a multisource feedback instrument to assess Foundation trainees across the UK. METHODS mini-PAT (Peer Assessment Tool) was modified from SPRAT (Sheffield Peer Review Assessment Tool), an established multisource feedback (360 degrees ) instrument to assess more senior doctors, as part of a blueprinting exercise of instruments suitable for assessment in Foundation programmes (first 2 years postgraduation). mini-PAT's content validity was assured by a… CONTINUE READING
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