Welcome to the Summer of 2022 KeyLIME “re run” series! Over the summer months, we will be re-releasing some of our earliest episodes: Give some old favorites a listen or discover some episodes from our archive you may not have heard yet!
This week, in summer re run #5, the KeyLIME hosts play back Episode 33:: Tensions in informed self-assessment: how the desire for feedback and reticence to collect and use it can conflict. The authors looked to explore the tensions described by learners and professionals when informing their self-assessments of clinical performance.
Article under review: Mann, K, et al. Tensions in informed self-assessment: how the desire for feedback and reticence to collect and use it can conflict. Academic Medicine. 2011; 86:1120–1127.
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