The use of performance-based assessment scores and traditional measures in predicting first-year residency performance
|Published in||Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education. 1988, vol. 27, p. 176-81|
|Abstract||The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between students' performance on a performance-based clinical examination and their subsequent performance during the first year of residency. Additionally, its purpose is to further examine the relationship between the performance-based clinical examination and existing measures of clinical competence (clerkship ratings, and NBME Part I and II scores).|
|Keywords||Clinical Clerkship — Clinical Competence — Educational Measurement/methods — Follow-Up Studies — Humans — Internship and Residency|
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|DISTLEHORST, L H et al. The use of performance-based assessment scores and traditional measures in predicting first-year residency performance. In: Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education, 1988, vol. 27, p. 176-81. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:27014|