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Concept mapping enhances learning of biochemistry
(Co-Action Publishing, 2013-03)
Background: Teaching basic science courses is challenging in undergraduate medical education because of the ubiquitous use of didactic lectures and reward for recall of factual information during examinations. The purpose ...
Applying the Bookmark method to medical education: Standard setting for an aseptic technique station
(Informa Healthcare, 2013-07)
Introduction: The purpose was to evaluate the Bookmark standard-setting method for use on a performance-based assessment in medical education. Methods: We compared cutscores for Aseptic performance assessment using the ...
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 ...
Risk perception and risk attitudes in Tokyo: A report of the first administration of DOSPERT+M in Japan
(Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 2013-11)
Background: The Domain-Specific Risk Taking scale (DOSPERT) has been used to measure risk perceptions and attitudes in several nations and cultures. Takahashi translated DOSPERT to Japanese but DOSPERT responses from Japan ...
DOSPERT+M: A survey of medical risk attitudes in the United States
(Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 2013-07)
Background: The Domain-Specific Risk Taking scale (DOSPERT) has been recommended as a tool for measuring risk attitudes in medical studies, but does not contain items specific to health care. Butler, et al. (2012) developed ...
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 ...