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[231] Summer re-run #4 -Ep 195 MEd Ed Assessment: Judgement Day

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[229] Summer re-run of Ep. 189 What really matters for successful research environments? show art [229] Summer re-run of Ep. 189 What really matters for successful research environments?

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The 4th Summer re-run  - originally posted in November 2018.

Length of podcast 22:59

Purpose of this study "To identify the different machine learning (ML) techniques that have been applied to automate physician competence assessment and evaluate how these techniques can be used to assess different competence domains in several medical specialties.” 

Authors: Dias et al.,

Publication details: Using Machine Learning to Assess Physician Competence: A Systematic Review Acad Med. 2018 Aug 

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