Is “trust” the 2015 education concept of the year? It is certainly a popular theme on the ICE blog (Trust Me, KeyLIME 71: Using TRUST as a scale for assessment?). I’ve even been a co-investigator on […]
In her ICE blog post, Jen Kogan argues that direct observation assessments are critical in CBME. She then goes further to suggest that the framework that defines competence should be broadened to include patient outcomes […]
At work last night, I listened to a lengthy presentation from Amira*, a first year resident, regarding a female patient with a two week history of a painful, red, raised area on her shin. (Guess […]
This week the Key Literature in Medical Education post examines a controversial topic (myth?) regarding the clinical performance of international medical graduates when compared to domestically-trained physicians. Read the abstract below for more details.
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This week the Key Literature in Medical Education post examines one of the biggest threats to the profession of medicine. If the autonomy of medicine builds from our social contract with society (i.e. the commitment […]