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A Formative Assessment Model Within The Competency-Based-Approach For An Individualized E-Learning Path

El Falaki Brahim, Khalidi Idrissi Mohammed, Bennani Samir
2010 Zenodo  
E-learning is not restricted to the use of new technologies for the online content, but also induces the adoption of new approaches to improve the quality of education.  ...  This quality depends on the ability of these approaches (technical and pedagogical) to provide an adaptive learning environment.  ...  Competency-Based-Approach [fig1].  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1070628 fatcat:v4gmgjdumratdmbyvrhrfdtzme

Organizing and providing the scientific experiment to study the holistic characteristics of the educational process in a university

V. S. Nabiev
2016 Austrian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
The study is into holistic educational process in a university, it takes into account the system, activity and competence approaches.  ...  The article substantiated providing, organizational and pedagogical conditions, evaluation criteria and indicators of success formation of professional qualities of future bachelors (specialising in 050100  ...  correlated components and competency components; algorithms for diagnosis/assessment of personal qualities and professional activity-related characteristics of the students, as well as taking into account  ... 
doi:10.20534/ajh-16-5.6-15-18 fatcat:ezjzpo2ic5hhteo2hbyb2f5bs4

Similarities and differences of graduate entry-level competencies of chiropractic councils on education: a systematic review

Stanley I. Innes, Charlotte Leboeuf-Yde, Bruce F. Walker
2016 Chiropractic & Manual Therapies  
Conclusions: A series of recommendations are proposed to create uniform and high quality international standards of care.  ...  , as represented by assessment and diagnosis, ethics, intellectual development, and 2) to make recommendations, if significant deficiencies were found.  ...  This would ensure and safeguard the international trust in practitioners' ability to deliver ethical, safe and quality care across international borders.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12998-016-0084-0 pmid:26798453 pmcid:PMC4721112 fatcat:5fmlqx3lxrak3a6ldaz3txacfy

Editorial

1999 Journal of the American College of Cardiology  
Although most of us think that we can recognize when we are providing or receiving high quality care; in fact, there are few objective methods for assessing the quality of medical care.  ...  Evaluation of quality is a particular problem for diagnostic tests, such as echocardiography.  ...  As this new approach demonstrates, we now are at the point where competency-based measures of the quality of clinical care are feasible.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0735-1097(99)00416-7 pmid:10577578 fatcat:f7kot5tzu5a6pbyuoezx5dwtwe

Characteristics of structural components, criteria and indicators, levels of formation of value-semantic experience of future specialists in foreign philology

Liliia Svyshch
2021 ScienceRise Pedagogical Education  
Achieving this goal involves (1) determining these elements of the diagnosis of the formation of a certain competence (or desired quality) and (2) their practical justification.  ...  The generalized research experience shows that the diagnosis of the formation of certain competencies (individual qualities) is usually accompanied by the selection of components of cognitive, motivational  ...  Based on the existing research experience of ranking indicators of criteria for assessing the formation of certain competencies (individual qualities) it is reasonable to determine the author's levels  ... 
doi:10.15587/2519-4984.2021.234009 fatcat:kldh6uanuba63pbea37qmvn7ei

Methods to identify the target population: implications for prescribing quality indicators

Liana Martirosyan, Onyebuchi A Arah, Flora M Haaijer-Ruskamp, Jozé Braspenning, Petra Denig
2010 BMC Health Services Research  
For reliable assessment of prescribing quality it is important to correctly identify the patients eligible for recommended treatment.  ...  In situations when a diagnosis is better registered for treated than untreated patients, as we observed for hypertension, the diagnostic code-based approach results in overestimation of provided treatment  ...  For this PQI the diagnostic code-based approach resulted in 12% higher prescribing quality score than measurement-based approach.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6963-10-137 pmid:20504307 pmcid:PMC2890640 fatcat:nj7ltigk7fhxtnavq5vutum5s4

Accreditation of Medical Laboratories in Europe: Statutory Framework, Current Situation and Perspectives

Folker Spitzenberger, Rainer Edelhäuser
2006 Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy  
used for in vitro diagnosis, it should be ensured by the implementation of quality management systems.  ...  Thirdly, the New Approach is based on the reciprocal recognition of conformity assessments generally carried out in the responsibility of the manufacturer and supported by competent testing bodies like  ... 
doi:10.1159/000094738 fatcat:hm22khvuyrew7ma7g75mhfuiiy

P079: Transition to practice: evaluating the need for formal training in supervision and assessment techniques among senior emergency medicine residents and new to practice emergency physicians

S. Kilbertus, K. Pardhan, G. Bandiera, J. Zaheer
2018 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
based education (CBE) will act as an impetus for more formal curriculum being required in these areas.  ...  These competencies will also need an emphasis on how to identify struggling trainees, and how to approach negative and constructive feedback.  ...  Keywords: supervision, assessment, competency-based education Introduction: Prior to opening Strathcona Community Hospital (STCH) site leadership were tasked to develop an innovative care model.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cem.2018.277 fatcat:3hojyieujfcixhjg3ag7fgq7bm

Developing standards for malaria microscopy: external competency assessment for malaria microscopists in the Asia-Pacific

Sania Ashraf, Angie Kao, Cecilia Hugo, Eva M Christophel, Bayo Fatunmbi, Jennifer Luchavez, Ken Lilley, David Bell
2012 Malaria Journal  
This mismatch between quality and need highlights the importance of the establishment of reliable standards and procedures for assessing and assuring quality.  ...  Results: External assessments and limited retraining through a formalized programme based on a reference slide bank has demonstrated an increase in standards of competence of senior microscopists over  ...  is based, and the Institut Pasteur, Cambodia, and expert validators in multiple countries, for support in bank characterization.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1475-2875-11-352 pmid:23095668 pmcid:PMC3502462 fatcat:mjcd23xzujc6blo4wyobwwl4qa

Development of a checklist for evaluating psychiatric reports

Nadine Dreimüller, Stefan Schenkel, Marlene Stoll, Cora Koch, Klaus Lieb, Jana Juenger
2019 BMC Medical Education  
Methods: A systematic review of the literature yielded no objective instrument for assessing the quality of written reports of psychiatric interviews.  ...  We used a 4-step mixed-methods approach to design a checklist as an assessment tool for psychiatric reports: 1.  ...  Funding This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-019-1559-1 fatcat:el6rzphagfamji4fyr3z4eifrq

Medical Students Cultural Attitudes: The Health Belief Attitudes Survey

James Earl Corley, F. Stanford Massie Jr., Martha Medrano, Carlos A. Estrada
2015 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
Cultural competent care is the ability to deliver effective medical care to people from different cultures.  ...  The lack of methodological rigor and paucity of psychometric properties information of the instruments limits the generalizability of cultural competency educational interventions.  ...  The web-based training consisted of four highly interactive case-based modules emphasizing cross-cultural approaches to care for African-American patients with cardiovascular disease, especially hypertension  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v4i2.1201 fatcat:h5xsyworhfeklhyvmnkxkchecu

Validating an Instrument for Competency Measurement: The Art of Using Rasch Measurement Model

Muhammad Aiman Arifin
2021 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
Assessment of competency including the knowledge, skills, and abilities of an employee is vital to provide good information for an employer to enhance employees' future performances as well as maintaining  ...  To measure the current level of employee competencies, tools such as an instrument for competency measurement that is valid and reliable should be used.  ...  Previous researchers and practitioners operationalized the term based on their specific competency-based approach for certain professions.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v11-i6/10105 fatcat:ucs2qag2snhl3fhpzdthzcs7cq

Core Competencies in Integrative Pain Care for Entry-Level Primary Care Physicians: Table 1

Heather Tick, Sheila W. Chauvin, Michael Brown, Aviad Haramati
2015 Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.)  
The learning experiences should enable medical educators and graduating primary care physicians to focus more on integrative approaches, interprofessional team-based, patientcentered care that use evidence-based  ...  These competencies build on previous work in competencies for integrative medicine, interprofessional education, and pain medicine and are proposed for inclusion in residency training. Methods.  ...  The authors also gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the many people whose feedback helped refine the final set of core competencies.  ... 
doi:10.1111/pme.12818 pmid:26178477 fatcat:3tblkzbrbvar7eg674wrtb4wgi

A Competency Mapping for Educational Institution: Expert System Approach

Pooja Tripathi, Jayanthi Ranjan
2011 International journal of computer and communication technology  
The knowledge based consists of a rule-based expert system for the competence management and subsequent performance assessment.  ...  The development tool for this system is an expert system shell.  ...  Here are examples of the processes that can be competency-based and strategically aligned if you use this approach: • Structured interview to improve selection and placement decisions for both internal  ... 
doi:10.47893/ijcct.2011.1095 fatcat:pdpdwqpqf5cfthzz3324bsdx7m

What programmatic assessment in medical education can learn from healthcare

L. Schuwirth, C. van der Vleuten, S. J. Durning
2017 Perspectives on Medical Education  
In a programmatic assessment program quality assurance of the assessments likewise cannot be purely based on psychometrics and will have to incorporate careful documentation, cogent underpinnings of decisions  ...  Without this ability for gestalt diagnosis, the clinician would have to know all the exact positive and negative predictive values of all signs and symptoms for each diagnosis in the differential diagnosis  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40037-017-0345-1 pmid:28397009 pmcid:PMC5542889 fatcat:ud3whoxnjrfvbl56pwb3sh5r4a
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