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Assessing the surgical skills of trainees in the operating theatre: a prospective observational study of the methodology
OBJECTIVES: To compare user satisfaction and acceptability, reliability and validity of three different methods of assessing the surgical skills of trainees by direct observation in the operating theatre across a range of ...
(Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018)
Development of a Problem-based learning (PBL) approach to facilitate the acquisition of statistics knowledge by non-statistics undergraduates: a case study in medical education
Doctors need statistical skills. These skills matter for interpreting research data critically and for understanding and explaining statistical information to patients. However, historically statistical teaching and ...
Assessing the Patient Perspective
(Cambridge University Press, 2011-05-09)
Assessing Doctors' Performance: judging what matters well
(Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, 2015)
Bicycle weight and commuting time: randomised trial
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether the author's 20.9 lb (9.5 kg) carbon frame bicycle reduced commuting time compared with his 29.75 lb (13.5 kg) steel frame bicycle. DESIGN: Randomised trial. SETTING: Sheffield and ...
Examiner training: A study of examiners making sense of norm-referenced feedback.
PURPOSE: Examiner training has an inconsistent impact on subsequent performance. To understand this variation, we explored how examiners think about changing the way they assess. METHOD: We provided comparative data to ...