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This study applied an unsupervised neural network modeling process to test data of the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) Computer-based Clinical Scenarios (CCS) to identify new performance categories and validate this process as a scoring technique. The classifications resulting from...
Physicians today need a number of non-cognitive attributes and skills in order to be maximally effective. However, these attributes and skills, such as caring and respect for others, self-awareness, and communication skills, are not always addressed in medical education. Many would-be physicians...
Two formats of case presentation are traditionally used for teaching problem-solving skills: clinical vignette or chief complaint formats. While the first one is more commonly used, it does not completely reflect the actual problem-solving process during a real encounter, which may hamper the...
Computer-based case simulations (CCS) require several development iterations, each involving a sizeable investment of time from physician volunteers and test development staff. Hence, a case that fails to demonstrate good measurement properties when administered to examinees at the pretest stage...
Background: As more patient care moves into the outpatient arena, teaching medical residents in this setting has become of critical importance. Ambulatory teaching is especially challenging due to highly variable, unpredictable learning needs and little time for teaching. Recent literature...
There is a need to move from opinion-based education to evidence-based education. Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) is the implementation, by teachers in their practice, of methods and approaches to education based on the best evidence available. It involves a professional judgement by the...
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