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Threats to Validity in the Use and Interpretation of Script Concordance Test Scores
(Wiley Periodicals Inc., 2013-11-12)
Recent reviews have claimed that the Script Concordance Test (SCT) methodology generally produces reliable and valid assessments of clinical reasoning. We describe three major validity threats not yet considered in prior ...
A model teaching session for the Hypothesis-driven Physical Examination
(Informa Healthcare, 2011)
Introduction: The physical examination (PE) is an essential clinical competence for all physicians. Most medical schools have students learn the physical examination maneuvers using a head-to-toe (HTT) approach. However, ...
Conceptual Frameworks in the Study of Duty‐Hour Changes in Graduate Medical Education: A Review
(Association of American Medical Colleges, 2011-01)
Purpose Conceptual frameworks are approaches to a research problem that specify key entities and their relationships. The 2009 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on resident duty hours, subsequent studies, and published ...
Practice Indicators of Suboptimal Care and Avoidable Adverse Events: A Content Analysis of a National Qualifying Examination
(Association of American Medical Colleges, 2013-10)
PURPOSE: To (1) compile an initial list of physician-related practice indicators (PRINDs) that contribute to causing or preventing suboptimal care (SOCR) and adverse events (AEs) and (2) determine the extent to which one ...