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Assessment of the future. The importance of assessment: A journey towards programmatic assessment. A key tool in health professional education. Lessons learned in the assessment of professional competence. How learning may drive assessment: Collaborative strategies on using Progress Testing. State of the art in the assessment of professional competence.

What would happen if we take evidence on education seriously. A programmatic approach to assessment. Teacher as an Assessor: Experiences with progress testing by medical schools in the Netherlands. A Programmatic Approachto Assessment. Experiences with progress testing by collaborating medical schools. Andrews Scotland, June 10, Oude menschen en nieuwe dokters: Over de rol van toetsen in opleiding.

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Widening perspectives on assessment. General aspects of assessment and progress testing. What research has to say about assessment. Wat als we het nu eens echt anders gingen doen? Een model voor programmatisch toetsen. Assessment of medical competence: Past, present, and future? Governance, quality and lessons in assessment. Evidence on the Assessment of Competence. A model for programmatic assessment fit for purpose. Invited lecture, Ross University, Dominica, April Trends and Lessons learned in the assessment of professional competence.

University of Queensland, Brisbane, May Does assessment and supervision work when training residents. The current state of affairs in assessment of competence: History, Research and Practical Implications. Lessons learnt in assessment: Moving beyond the psychometric discourse. Moving beyond the psychometric discourse: A model for programmatic assessment. An update on the assessment of professional competence.

The value of European Licensing Exams. Meet instrumenten voor interne kwaliteitszorg. Medical education research of workplace learning and implications for practice. Lessons learned in assessment: State of the art in assessment of clinical competence. Leren en toetsen op de werkplek. Onderwijsdag Diergeneeskunde, Utrecht, 26 mei An overview of assessment in medical Education. New developments in Assessment: Five fundamental questions on research in medical Education. Problem-based learning and the Maastricht evolutions.

Lessons learned in assessment. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, October Research in medical education. Expanding horizons in clinical learning. Onderwijsinnovatie en effect op zorg Educational innovation and effect of health care. Medical education from a European perspective. The importance of Assessments in Medical Education. Katholieke Hogeschool Mechelen, Januari Buenos Aires, Argentina, April Its history, current status and future challenges.

A raw diamond in the making. Onderwijsdag Faculteit Diergeneeskunde, Papendal, Augustus Surf Onderwijsdagen , Den Haag, November Borderline approaches to performance assessment. Opleiden, opleiden opleiden…… [Teaching, teaching, teaching….. Plenaire voordracht Interstavendag Huisartsgeneeskunde, Amsterdam, Mei Way kan de bijdrage nog zijn? Where should we go. From educational theory to practice. Opportunities and limitations of the OSCE in assessing clinical competence. Nijmegen, 21 March Conference on Postgraduate Training in Europe. Royal Society of Medicine, London, May State of the Art.

Catelan Society of Medicine. Palma de Mallorca, May London, UK, May Gembloux, Belgium, May Student assessment in communityoriented medical education. Seminar on Problem-based Learning: Stand van zaken en ontwikkelingen. Rede gehouden voor het eerste nationale congres Gezond Onderwijs: Onderwijsdagen voor Opleiders in de Gezondheidszorg. Ottawa, Canada, July Herdecke, Germany, June Over de constructie en de validering van meetschalen in de sociale wetenschappen.

Leuven, Belgium, Mei Problems and plans for the future. BMC Medical Education, 16 1 , Advances in Health Sciences Education, 21 , Feedback-giving behaviour in performance evaluations during clinical clerkships. Medical Teacher, 38 1 , Classification of staff development programmes and effects perceived by teachers. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 53 2 , Functional neuroimaging and diagnostic reasoning.

Medical Teacher, 38, Interrater variability as mutual disagreement: Hedging to save face: How to gather information from talkative patients in a respectful and efficient manner: Family practice, 33 1 , Perspectives on Medical Education, 5 5 , Embedding of the progress test in an assessment program designed according to the principles of programmatic assessment. Academic Medicine, 91 3 , BMC Medical Education, 16 1 , 1. Beyond standard checklist assessment: Question sequence may impact student performance. Perspectives on Medical Education, 5 2 , Journal de Pharmacie Clinique, 35 1 , Improving assessment practice through cross-institutional collaboration: An exercise on the use of OSCEs.

Medical Teacher, 38 3 , Composite reliability of workplace-based assessment for international medical graduates. Med J Aust, 5 , Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 28, An Ethnographic Nonparticipant Observational Study. JAMA Pediatrics, 12 , Medical Teacher, 38 5 , Team communication amongst clinical teachers in a formal meeting of post graduate medical training. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 21 1 , Theoretical perspectives and applications of group learning in PBL. On the issue of cost in programmatic assessment. Perspectives on Medical Education, 6, Assessment in the legal and medical domain: Medical Education, 50 9 , Medical Science Educator, 26 1 , A framework for doctoral supervision in health professions education: Initiating an International Conversation.

Journal of Dental Education, 79 11 , Effects of learning content in context on knowledge acquisition and recall: BMC Medical Education, 15 1 , 1 Medical Education, 49 6 , Medical Teacher, 37, Should we choose between problem-based learning and team-based learning? No, combine the best of both worlds! Medical Teacher, 37 4 , Dual process theory and intermediate effect: Military Medicine, 4S , Neural basis of nonanalytical reasoning expertise during clinical evaluation.

Brain and Behavior, 5 3. Functional neuroimaging correlates of thinking flexibility and knowledge structure in memory: Exploring the relationships between clinical reasoning and diagnostic thinking. Perspectives on Medical Education, 4 4 , Relationship of neuroimaging to typical sleep times during a clinical reasoning task: Relationship between reflection ability and clinical performance: A cross-sectional and retrospective-longitudinal correlational cohort study in midwifery. Midwifery, 31 1 , Integrating learning assessment and supervision in a competency framework for clinical workplace education.

Nurse Education Today, 35 2 , How do trained raters take context factors into account when assessing GP trainee communication performance? An exploratory, qualitative study. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 20 1 , Students' and junior doctors' preparedness for the reality of practice in sub-Saharan Africa. Medical Teacher, 37 1 , Advances in Health Sciences Education, An exploration of the difficulties GP trainees experience when gathering information.

Patient Education and Counseling, 98 7 , Barriers to Curriculum Vitae Cees P. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 20, The impact of programmatic assessment on student learning: Medical Education, 49 5 , PloS one, 10 4. Culture Matters in Successful Curriculum Change: BMC Medical Education, 15 1 , 1. Improving supervision for students at a distance: Innovations in Education and Teaching International ahead-of-print , 1 Canadian Journal ofEmergency Medicine, 17 04 , An innovative peer assessment approach to enhance guideline adherence in physical therapy: Physical Therapy, 95 4 , Critical features of peer assessment of clinical performance to enhance adherence to a low back pain guideline for physical therapists: Medical Teacher 0 , Consequences of contextual factors on clinical reasoning in resident physicians.

BMC Medical Education, 15, Medical Education, 1, 2. Clarifying the learning experiences of healthcare professionals with in situ and off-site simulation-based medical education: BMJ Open, 5 10 , e Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica, 59 1 , Simulationbased multiprofessional obstetric anaesthesia training conducted in situ versus off-site leads to similar individual and team outcomes: Perspectives on Medical Education, 4, Progress testing in intensive care medicine training: Student centered curricular elements are associated with a healthier educational environment and lower depressive symptoms in medical students.

BMC medical education, 14 1 , Influences on anatomical knowledge: Clinical Anatomy, 27 3 , International survey of veterinarians to assess the importance of competencies in professional practice and education. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 8 , Medical teacher 0 , 1 A pilot study exploring the relationship between internists' self-reported sleepiness, performance on multiple-choice exam items and prefrontal cortex activity.

Medical teacher, 36 5 , Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 34 1 , Influence of the workplace on learning physical examination skills. A framework to facilitate self-directed learning, assessment and supervision in midwifery practice: Nurse education in practice. Scaffolding reflective learning in clinical practice: A comparison of two types of reflective activities. Academic Medicine, 89 9 , Using activity theory to study cultural complexity in medical education.

Perspectives on medical education, Medical teacher 0 , More consensus than idiosyncrasy: Categorizing social judgments to examine variability in mini-CEX ratings. Academic Medicine, 89 11 , BMC family practice, 15 1 , BMC family practice, 15 1 , 1 Sustained effects of online genetics education: European Journal of Human Genetics, 22, Exploring the validity and reliability of a questionnaire for evaluating virtual patient design with a special emphasis on fostering clinical reasoning. Five teacher profiles in student-centred curricula based on their conceptions of learning and teaching.

BMC Med Educ, 14, Computer-supported collaborative learning at the clinical workplace: Journal of Contemporary Medical Education.

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The Journal of Experimental Education, 82 3 , Effects of pairs of problems and examples on task performance and different types of cognitive load. Learning and Instruction, 30, Why peer assessment helps to improve clinical performance in undergraduate physical therapy education: Correlates of emotional intelligence: Results from a multi-institutional study among undergraduate medical students. Medical teacher, 36 S1 , SS Factors influencing trainers' feedback-giving behavior: Postgraduate medical journal, 90 , Impact of postgraduate training on communication skills teaching: The use of video in standardized patient training to improve portrayal accuracy: A randomized post-test control group study.

American Journal of Educational Research, 2 6 , PloS one, 9 11 , e Program directors in their role as leaders of teaching teams in residency training. Unannounced in situ simulation of obstetric emergencies: A conversation about the role of medical regulators. Medical education, 48 2 , Patient education and counseling. What would happen to education if we take education evidence seriously?

Perspectives on medical education, 3 3 , Med Educ, 48 8 , When I say… context specificity. Medical education, 48 3 , Physical therapy, 95 4 , The threat of the dyscompetent resident: A plea to make the implicit more explicit! Learning culture and feedback: Medical education, 48 7 , Prediction and prevention of failure: An early intervention to assist at-risk medical students.

Medical teacher, 36 1 , Workplace-based assessment and students' approaches to learning: Medical Teacher, 35 s1 , SS Educational Impact of performance appraisal: Medicina, 73 3 , Students' perceptions of anatomy across the undergraduate problem-based learning medical curriculum: BMC Medical Education, 13 1 , Constructive, collaborative, contextual, and self-directed learning in surface anatomy education. Anatomical Sciences Education, 6, Programmatic assessment of competency-based workplace learning: BMC Medical Education, 13 1 , 1 Medical Education, 47 3 , Doctor—patient communication in Southeast Asia: Advances in Health Sciences Education, 18 1 , A systematic review of the relationship between patient mix and learning in work-based clinical settings.

A BEME systematic review: Medical Teacher, 35 6 , e -e A laboratory study on the reliability estimations of the mini-CEX. Influencing variables and moderators of transfer of learning to the workplace within the area of staff development in higher education: Educational Research Review, 8, Does the think-aloud protocol reflect thinking?

Exploring functional neuroimaging differences with thinking answering multiple choice questions versus thinking aloud. Medical Teacher, 35 9 , Academic Medicine, 88 4 , Functional neuroimaging correlates of burnout among internal medicine residents and faculty members. Frontiers in psychiatry, 4. Context factors in general practitioner-patient encounters and their impact on assessing communication skills-an exploratory study. BMC Family Practice, 14 1 , Patient Education and Counseling, 93 3 , Exploration of perceived effects of innovations in postgraduate Medical Education.

Quality Criteria in Qualitative and Quantitative Research. Medical Education, 47 12 , Quality of feedback following performance assessments: European Journal of Training and Development, 37 1 , Medical Education, 47 7 , Assessing the reliability of the borderline regression method as a standard setting procedure for objective structured clinical examination.

Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, Effect of comprehensive oncogenetics training interventions for primary care physicians on multiple performance levels. Training in genetics and genomics for primary health care workers, Learner preferences regarding integrating, sequencing and aligning virtual patients with other activities in the undergraduate medical curriculum: A focus group study.

Medical Teacher, 35 11 , Stimulating Medical Education research in the Netherlands. Medical Teacher, 35 4 , Development and Validation of a Questionnaire. Academic Medicine, 88 9 , Impact of national context and culture on curriculum change: Effectiveness of a training program in supervisors' ability to provide Curriculum Vitae Cees P. The effectiveness of propositional manipulation as a lecturing method in the statistics knowledge domain.

The Journal of Experimental Education aheadof-print , 1 Development of an instrument for measuring different types of cognitive load. Behavior research methods, Composite reliability of a workplace-based assessment toolbox for postgraduate Medical Education.


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Reflection as a component of formative assessment appears to be instrumental in promoting the use of feedback; an observational study. Written narrative feedback, reflections and action plans in single-encounter observations: Perspectives on Medical Education, 2 2 , The validity of multiple choice practical examinations as an alternative to traditional free response examination formats in gross anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education, 6, — Impact of a fellowship program for faculty development on the self-efficacy beliefs of health professions teachers: Medical Teacher, 35 5 , Clinical teachers' views on how teaching teams deliver and manage residency training.

Medical Teacher, 35 1 , State of the Art Revisited. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 25 sup1 , SS Program for laparoscopic urological skills assessment: Setting certification standards for residents. Van der Lee, N. Relevant but not quite the whole story. ANZ Journal of Surgery.

Medical Education, 47 6 , Medical Education, 47 8 , Medical Education, 47 4 , The transition to hospital consultant and the influence of preparedness, social support, and perception: A structural equation modelling approach. The transition to hospital consultant: Denmark and the Netherlands compared on preparedness for practice, perceived intensity and contextual factors. Medical Teacher, 35 6 , The prevalence and correlates of depressive symptoms from an Arabian setting: A wake up call.

Medical Teacher, 34 s1 , Why a teacher centered medical school curriculum may result in a poor educational environment. Journal of Contemporary Medical Education, 2 2 , Medical Education Online, Exploring assessment factors contributing to students' study strategies: A model of the pre-assessment learning effects of summative assessment in medical education. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 17 1 , A model of the preassessment learning effects of assessment is operational in an undergraduate clinical context.

BMC Medical Education, 12 1 , 9. Medical Education, 46 11 , Doctor— patient communication in Southeast Asia: Journal of Nursing Education, 51 1 , Rigorously selected and well trained senior student tutors in problem based learning: Instructional Science, 40 2 , Expert validation of fit-forpurpose guidelines for designing programmes of assessment.

BMC Medical Education, 12 1 , The use of programmatic assessment in the clinical workplace: A Maastricht case report. Medical Teacher, 34 3 , The feasibility, reliability, and validity of a post-encounter form for evaluating clinical reasoning. Medical Teacher, 34 1 , A 2-Year, Prospective, Randomized Trial. Military Medicine, 9S , A Prospective Randomized Crossover Trial. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 24 2 , Learning physical examination skills outside timetabled training sessions: Advances in Health Sciences Education, 17 3 , How lead consultants approach educational change in postgraduate medical education.

Medical Education, 46 4 , Medical Education, 46 8 , Quality of Feedback Following Performance Assessments: Does Assessor Expertise Matter? Prioritization of future genetics education for general practitioners: Genetics in Medicine, 14 3 , Development of an instrument the COLT to measure conceptions on learning and teaching of teachers, in student-centred medical education.

Medical Teacher, 34 7 , Computer supported collaborative learning in a clerkship: Academic Medicine, 87 10 , Prior knowledge moderates instructional effects on conceptual understanding of statistics. Educational Research and Evaluation, 18 1 , Selfexplanation in the domain of statistics: Higher Education, 63 6 , Creative Education, 3, A critical evaluation of the Curriculum Vitae Cees P. Studies claiming efficacy of CPR training interventions: Resuscitation, 83 12 , e; author reply e Faculty development on item writing substantially improves item quality.

Verbal and non-verbal behavior of doctors and patients in primary care consultations—How this relates to patient enablement. Patient Education and Counseling, 86 1 , Quality of written narrative feedback and reflection in a modified mini-clinical evaluation exercise: Medical Education, 46 6 , How do postgraduate GP trainees regulate their learning and what helps and hinders them? Validity evidence and reliability of a simulated patient feedback instrument. BMC Medical Education, 12 1 , 6. Differential student attrition and differential exposure mask effects of problem-based learning in curriculum comparison studies.

Academic Medicine, 87 4 , Medical Education, 46 1 , The use of progress testing. Perspectives on Medical Education, Testing a Causal Model.

Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning, 6 1 , Medical Teacher, 34, Elaboration during problem-based group discussion: Effects on recall for high and low ability students. Identifying gaps in research on the transfer of medical communication skills to the clinical workplace. Patient Education and Counseling.

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Towards a systems approach to assessment. Poor professionalism identified through investigation of unsolicited healthcare complaints. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 88 , Web-assisted assessment of professional behaviour in problem-based learning: Advances in Health Sciences Education, 17 1 , 81 Optimizing the utility of communication OSCEs: Omit station-specific checklists and provide students with narrative feedback. Patient Education and Counseling, http: Communication guidelines as a learning tool: Patient education and counseling, 90 2 , Secrets of Success in Medical Training.

Learning from clinical work: Medical Education, 46 2 , Understanding responses to feedback: The role of the teacher in remediating at-risk medical students. A systemic framework for the progress test: Strengths, constraints and issues: Medical Teacher, 34 9 , Exploring factors affecting undergraduate medical students' study strategies in the clinical years: Selfevaluation of assessment programs: Eval Program Plann, 34 3 , Why don't they know enough about anatomy? Med Teach, 33 5 , Development and validation of a competency framework for veterinarians.

J Vet Med Educ, 38 3 , Medical teacher, 33 10 , Doctors in a Southeast Asian country communicate sub-optimally regardless of patients' educational background. Patient Educ Couns, 85, ee Are patientcentered care values as reflected in teaching scenarios really being taught when implemented by teaching faculty? A discourse analysis on an Indonesian medical school's curriculum. Asia Pac Fam Med, 10 1 , 4. Doctor-patient communication in a Southeast Asian setting: Get yourself a mentor. Med Educ, 45 5 , Context and clinical reasoning: Med Educ, 45 9 , The role of deliberate practice in the acquisition of clinical skills.

BMC Med Educ, 11 1 , Identifying context factors explaining physician's low performance in communication assessment: BMC Fam Pract, 12 1 , Theories in medical education: Medical Teacher, 33 3 , Development and validation of a novel method for assessing competency in polypectomy: Gastrointest Endosc, 73 6 , Genetic educational needs and the role of genetics in primary care: BMC Fam Pract, 12, 5. A qualitative study of caregivers' expectations and communication desires during medical consultation for sick children in Uganda. Patient Educ Couns, 84 2 , Computersupported collaborative learning in the medical workplace: Students' experiences on formative peer feedback of a critical appraisal of a topic paper.

Med Teach, 33 6 , e Authenticity of instruction and student performance: Med Educ, 45 8 , Med Educ, 45 4 , Tensions in informed self-assessment: Acad Med, 86 9 , Supervisor assessment of clinical and professional competence of medical trainees: Verbal and non-verbal behavior of doctors and patients in primary care consultations - How this relates to patient enablement. In-training assessment using direct observation of single-patient encounters: Measuring the development of insight by dental health professionals in training using workplace-based assessment.

Eur J Dent Educ, 15 3 , Reliability of consultation skills assessments using standardised versus real patients. Med Educ, 45 6 , Features of assessment learners use to make informed self-assessments of clinical performance. Med Teach, 33 3 , General overview of the theories used in assessment: Med Teach, 33 10 , From assessment of learning to assessment for learning. Med Teach, 33 6 , Which cognitive processes support learning during small-Group discussion? The role of providing explanations and listening to others.

Instructional Science, 39, The curriculum for the doctor of the future: Med Teach, 33 7 , Van der Zwet, J. Workplace learning from a socio-cultural perspective: Intensive care medicine trainees' perception of professionalism: Anaesth Intensive Care, 39 1 , Monitoring community pharmacist's quality of care: Instructiveness of real patients and simulated patients in undergraduate medical education: Acad Med, 85 1 , Assessment in the context of uncertainty using the script concordance test: Teach Learn Med, 22 3 , The mechanism of impact of summative assessment on medical students' learning.

A standard setting method with the best performing students as point of reference: Med Teach, 32 2 , A new framework for designing programmes of assessment. Research in medical education: Tijdschrift voor Medisch Onderwijs, 29 1 , Making use of contrasting participant views of the same encounter. Medical Education, 44 10 , Aging and cognitive performance: J Contin Educ Health Prof, 30 3 , Acad Med, 85 5 , Assessment and feedback to facilitate self-directed learning in clinical practice of Midwifery students.

Med Teach, 32 7 , e Med Teach, 32 6 , Expertise, needs and challenges of medical educators: Results of an international web survey. Med Teach, 32 11 , Modifying a method to analyse online communication for the analysis of face-t-face communication. Flexible electronic feedback using the virtues of progress testing. The processes and dimensions of informed self-assessment: Acad Med, 85 7 , Reliability and validity of a Tutorial Group Effectiveness Instrument. Med Teach, 32 3 , e Med Teach, 32 4 , The assessment of professional competence: Workplace learning in general practice: Fellows' in intensive care medicine views on professionalism and how they learn it.

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