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Advances in Health Sciences Education

December 2011 Volume 16, Number 5

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Exploring Factors Affecting Undergraduate Medical Students' Study Strategies in the Clinical Years: A Qualitative Study

    Hanan M. F. Al Kadri, Mohamed S. Al-Moamary, Margaret Elzubair, Mohi Eldien Magzoub, Abdulrahman AlMutairi, Christopher Roberts & Cees van der Vleuten

    The aim of this study is to explore the effects of clinical supervision, and assessment characteristics on the study strategies used by undergraduate medical students during their clinical... More

    pp. 553-567

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  2. Assessment of Multiple Physician Competencies in Postgraduate Training: Utility of the Structured Oral Examination

    Ann Jefferies, Brian Simmons, Eugene Ng & Martin Skidmore

    Competency based medical education involves assessing physicians-in-training in multiple roles. Training programs are challenged by the need to introduce appropriate yet feasible assessment methods... More

    pp. 569-577

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