**sorry for the delay this week!** 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 #10, the team plays back Episode #154 where we discussed ITERs, (In-Training Evaluation Reports), a fundamental building block of health professions education. They have been much maligned over the years; however, this article’s “assessment supergroup” looks to show us the value of narrative comments in ITERs in a systematic review with “gold standard methods” (as per Jason, today’s reviewer.)
Article under review: Hatala R et al. Using In-Training Evaluation Report (ITER) Qualitative Comments to Assess Medical Students and Residents: A Systematic Review. Acad Med. 2017; 92(6):868-879.
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