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Problems in Evaluating Communication Skills with the Objective Structured Clinical Examination
Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan)
must pass an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) before beginning bedside learning. Because the OSCE is performed over 3 days, examinees on later days are suspected of having an advantage over those tested on early days. In this study, mean values for each day's scores by one examiner were statistically compared in stations of the medical interview to investigate the difference in scores obtained on each of the OSCE days. In addition, for stations at which one student was evaluateddoi:10.11307/mededjapan1970.33.209 fatcat:tdi5c3mvrjfz5dzzk73zjyfoum