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Evaluation of a low cost OSCE in family nurse practitioner students: An emphasis on self-assessment in competency-based education

Jennifer L. Rogers, Summer Cross, Kristin Reid, Janice Thurmond, Katy Garth
2022 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
The OSCEs were recorded for evaluation by faculty and for self-evaluation by the students.Results: There was no significant difference noted in student self-evaluations pre- and post-assessment.  ...  the practice of self-assessment.  ...  OSCEs provide an objective evaluation of safety, skills and quality of assessment, integral components of CBE.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v12n9p24 fatcat:dw2dm2asbbczljcjyw67epdeha

Implementation of a Formative Objective Structured Clinical Exam to assess self evaluation in a rural BSN-DNP program

Jennifer Lynn Rogers, Katy Garth
2020 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
The OSCE is an instrument that provides faculty and students with objective measures of self-evaluation and should be considered as a component of competency-based education in rural nursing institutions  ...  and objective: The role of self-assessment in competency-based education has been controversial.  ...  Belinda Fleming and her associates at the Loewenberg College of Nursing at the University of Memphis for sharing their OSCE development and process, contributing to the methodology of the pilot OSCE implementation  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v10n12p69 fatcat:glxkcw6ni5fxxcfnoloeabv5lm

Evaluating an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Adapted for Social Work

Marion Bogo, Cheryl Regehr, Ellen Katz, Carmen Logie, Lea Tufford, Andrea Litvack
2012 Research on social work practice  
Conclusions: The OSCE method of evaluation warrants cautious optimism and requires further replication and adaptation for social work educational outcomes assessment.  ...  EVALUATING AN OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED Abstract Objectives: To evaluate an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Adapted for Social Work in a lab course and examine the degree to which it predicts  ...  Students complete the same tool as a form of self-evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1049731512437557 fatcat:wygm6fe4e5hkdgfc2gaf5ruvca

"Introduction of an Objective Structural Clinical Examination (OSCE) as a learning tool for 4th year B.P.Th. Students"

SWATI BHISE, SWATI RAJE
2015 International Journal of Therapies and Rehabilitation Research  
on all stations.  ...  GRAPH 1: CHECK LIST RESULT That means the students observational skills are increased in STN 1 maximum GRAPH 2: TOTAL RESULT: OVERALL IMPROVEMENT IN ALL STATIONS The performances of student have improved  ...  Thanks to all students and the staff who was the part of project.  ... 
doi:10.5455/ijtrr.000000101 fatcat:zwllldsdkndsdjqamyyhlprz7y

Abstract from the International Medical Education Conference 2009 (IMU-RHIME)

2009 International e-Journal of Science, Medicine & Education  
BigSib activities consist of BigSib-1st year meetings, Additional 1 st year activities and BigSib projects.  ...  BigSib Students' Peer-Group Mentoring Program is an innovative, interactive and integrated (Triple-I) instructional method designed to enhance and strengthen medical students training in soft skills and  ...  Results: Student feedback revealed that their perception of the learning experience gained in working on the self directed project using the SMART strategy was that they had improved on 'people skills'  ... 
doi:10.56026/imu.3.1.a30 fatcat:svgoceveibgz3lfmxsekalzfeu

Towards the implementation of OSCE in undergraduate nursing curriculum: A qualitative study

Montserrat Solà, Anna M. Pulpón, Victòria Morin, Raül Sancho, Xavier Clèries, Núria Fabrellas
2017 Nurse Education Today  
Results: The relevant aspects that are emphasized by teachers included the consideration of the dual purpose of the OSCE via its formative and evaluative facets by enhancing the feedback received by students  ...  OSCE implementation is feasible with the institutional support of and collaborative work between schools.  ...  If the main functions of assessment are considered to be formative and evaluative, the selection of one function or the combination of two functions involves the selection of an evaluative instrument,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2016.11.028 pmid:27978445 fatcat:rpll5bobbvdqxbahavklyzqqxu

Comparison of self, physician, and simulated patient ratings of pharmacist performance in a family practice simulator

Elaine Lau, Lisa Dolovich, Zubin Austin
2007 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
Pharmacists' performance ratings from self, physician, and standardized patient evaluations were compared using Global Rating Scales (GRS) scores and station-specific key points checklists.  ...  The mean (SD) overall GRS scores obtained by pharmacists across all stations in the FPS were 4.56 (SD ¼ 0.60) from standardized patients, 3.95 (SD ¼ 0.63) from physicians, and 3.60 (SD ¼ 0.63) from self-assessment  ...  As both a tool for teaching and assessing clinical skills, simulations offer unique benefits, particularly in providing pharmacists with an opportunity to practice integrating their clinical and therapeutics  ... 
doi:10.1080/13561820601133981 pmid:17365387 fatcat:5gbp3dc3mbbfrph6oiygikj7sq

Integrating the art and science of medical practice: innovations in teaching medical communication skills

Cynthia Haq, David J Steele, Lucille Marchand, Christine Seibert, David Brody
2004 Family Medicine  
Students' communication skill competencies were assessed through a variety of methods including objective structured clinical examinations, focused observation and feedback, and debriefing sessions based  ...  Curricular themes included conflict resolution, delivery of bad news, addressing patient preferences for end-of-life care, patient and community health education, communicating with families, and working  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful to the following faculty members who led UME-21 communications curricula at their medical schools: Case Western: Linda Orkin Lewin and Kathy Cole-  ... 
pmid:14961402 fatcat:ycaoijrkofgjpn4eazzaphjosu

Workplace-based assessment for international medical graduates: at what cost?

Balakrishnan (Kichu) R Nair, Andrew M Searles, Rod I Ling, Julie Wein, Kathy Ingham
2014 Medical Journal of Australia  
Design and setting: A costing study to identify and evaluate the resources required and the overheads of delivering the program for a cohort of 15 IMGs, based on costs in 2012.  ...  A Objective: To estimate the cost of resources required to deliver a program to assess international medical graduates (IMGs) in Newcastle, Australia, known as the Workplace Based Assessment (WBA) Program  ...  and an integrated multidisciplinary structured clinical assessment.  ... 
doi:10.5694/mja13.10849 pmid:24438418 fatcat:xghnkohkpvedhivyxhjxtiukme

Evaluating medical students' skills in obtaining informed consent for HIV testing

Laura Weiss Roberts, Cynthia Geppert, Teresita McCarty, S. Scott Obenshain
2003 Journal of general internal medicine  
CONCLUSIONS: This method of assessing medical students' abilities to obtain informed consent or refusal for HIV testing can be translated to a variety of clinical settings.  ...  MEASUREMENTS and MAIN RESULTS: Seventy-nine students participated, and most (96%) demonstrated competence on the station.  ...  Empirical validation of this kind of work is critical because performance-based assessments are increasingly being incorporated into the evaluative methods of medical schools, residency programs, and specialty  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1525-1497.2003.10835.x pmid:12542585 pmcid:PMC1494816 fatcat:jygh3nqsejabhbyfr7mfz775si

Impact and Perceived Benefits of a Problem-Based Learning Workshop for Continuing Education in Speech-Language Pathology: a Pilot Study

Megan S. Overby, Duquesne University, Heather L. Rusiewicz, Duquesne University
2018 Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders  
The OSCE consists of a series of stations, each containing an explicit case-based clinical task (providing key information, clinical assessment, interpretation of findings, patient education, and future  ...  This keeps me motivated to actively work on projects."  ...  Clinicians: Please check the appropriate box marked "Self-Assessment." Below is a rubric detailing aspects of clinical competency.  ... 
doi:10.30707/tlcsd2.1overby fatcat:tx43xsepk5aqvkdj4nuvitr52q

Page 427 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 86, Issue 2 [page]

1999 Psychological Abstracts  
In 1996, 33 clinical clerks and 17 psychi- atry residents at the University of Toronto participated in an 8-station OSCE evaluated by psychiatrist-examiners using binary checklists and global ratings.  ...  international research project from which this instrument was derived, its use in nonclinical settings, modifications introduced in its working, the development of a short version, and validity and reliability  ... 

Evaluation of perceived and actual competency in a family medicine objective structured clinical examination

Lisa Graves, Leonora Lalla, Meredith Young
2017 Canadian Family Physician  
of undergoing an assessment might assist learners in recalibrating their understanding of their own performance).  ...  Learners' mean self-rated competence for all categories of behaviour (before and after) showed no relationship to OSCE performance (r < 0.12 and P > .08 for all), nor did ratings of station-relevant competence  ...  Contributors All authors contributed to the concept and design of the study; data gathering, analysis, and interpretation; and preparing the manuscript for submission.  ... 
pmid:28404722 pmcid:PMC5389778 fatcat:lim7surrsjdjtcfsdko2pdarzi

Measuring the competence of residents as teachers

Sondra Zabar, Kathleen Hanley, David L. Stevens, Adina Kalet, Mark D. Schwartz, Ellen Pearlman, Judy Brenner, Elizabeth K. Kachur, Mack Lipkin
2004 Journal of general internal medicine  
We developed, evaluated, and integrated into our annual objective structured clinical examination a resident teaching skills assessment using "standardized" students.  ...  Faculty observers rated residents using a customized 19-item rating instrument developed to assess teaching competencies that were identified and defined as part of our project.  ...  Conclusion We found that integrating teaching stations into an annual OSCE was practical, assessed ACGME competencies, and improved the objectivity of assessment of resident teaching skills in our program  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1525-1497.2004.30219.x pmid:15109318 pmcid:PMC1492315 fatcat:t6tkkd7yqfdhfhbdvlm5wldd54

SonoGames: sounds of the right kind introducing gamification into radiology training

Maria Fatima Ali, Naila Nadeem, Farah Khalid, Naveed Muhammad Anwar, Ghulam Nabie, Charles Docherty
2021 BMC Research Notes  
All participants were required to fill pre and post-self-efficacy questionnaire along with an activity evaluation form.  ...  Results Significant self-efficacy scores were calculated for simulation-based stations of knowledge assessment and hands-on stations.  ...  The staff of CIME for providing us with support throughout this project, including technical support, logistics, stationary, media coverage, hard work and effort to organize and execute SG successfully  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13104-021-05761-y pmid:34461989 fatcat:5ltyduxryvgnplrmcfad4jx5sa
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