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By Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood

The ABC of studying and Teaching in Medicine is an absolutely revised, succinct source for either beginner and skilled clinical academics. it truly is a superb introductory textual content for medical professionals and different health and wellbeing pros beginning out of their careers in addition to providing instructing counsel and new views for busy practitioners wishing to maintain abreast of advancements in clinical education.
The ABC emphasises the teacher’s position as a facilitator of studying instead of a transmitter of information. it truly is designed to be useful and obtainable and should aid reliable lecturers in changing into even higher at what they do. each one bankruptcy seeks to provide an explanation for how assorted facets of studying and evaluation paintings (the conception) in addition to offering descriptions of academic methods that paintings (the practice).
This totally up to date new version gains middle clinical schooling subject matters reminiscent of direction layout, review, studying in teams, suggestions, and the production of studying fabrics. It additionally includes invaluable new chapters that deal with some of the demanding situations of scientific schooling resembling facing scholars in hassle, the educating of professionalism in scientific settings, and the way to help the advance of academics. jointly, those chapters characterize an authoritative advisor written via a workforce of academic specialists of overseas renown and is acceptable for all physician educators.

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BMJ 2002;324:408-9. x Reznick RK, Smee SM, Baumber JS, Cohen R, Rothman AI, Blackmore DE, et al. Guidelines for estimating the real cost of an objective structured clinical examination. Acad Med 1993;67:513-7. Judges (n≥12) must first imagine the minimally competent or borderline trainee For each item in each checklist, judges record what they believe the chances are that their imaginary trainee will be successful Judges discuss rationale for each other's judgments For each item in each checklist, judges revise (or not) their initial predictions Item score = average of revised judgements Station pass mark = average of the item scores OSCE pass mark = average of the station pass marks A modified Angoff procedure for an OSCE The second picture and the picture showing an oral examination are from Microsoft Clipart.

When pass-fail decisions are being made, a skill based assessment should be “criterion referenced” (that is, trainees should be assessed relative to performance standards rather than to each other or to a reference group). An Angoff approach is commonly used to set the standard for an OSCE. Skill based assessments do not replace knowledge based tests, but they do assess aspects of competence that knowledge based tests cannot assess. Although the use of OSCEs for skill based assessment is increasingly widespread, modifying more traditional formats may be appropriate when they are combined with other forms of assessment or are used to screen trainees.

The exceptional potential in each primary care consultation. J R Coll Gen Pract 1979;29:201-5. x Ausubel D, Novak J, Hanesian H. Educational psychology: a cognitive view. New York: Rinehart and Winston, 1978. The illustration on p 544 is reproduced with permission from Jake Wyman/Photonica. The illustration of the young Cicero reading (by Vicenzo Foppa) is reproduced with permission from the Bridgeman Art Library. 24 8 Learning and teaching in the clinical environment John Spencer Clinical teaching—that is, teaching and learning focused on, and usually directly involving, patients and their problems—lies at the heart of medical education.

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