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[415] Re-Run of Episode 211 Can Assessment Get with the Program?

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Release Date: 05/23/2023

[470] Re-Run of Ep 131  Adding Value to the Health Care System: Identifying Value-Added Systems Roles for Medical Students show art [470] Re-Run of Ep 131 Adding Value to the Health Care System: Identifying Value-Added Systems Roles for Medical Students

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For nearly 100 years, there have been calls from experts and other stakeholders to change medical education to incorporate “health systems science” (HSS). This push for HSS in health professions education is heating up, as multiple countries seek physicians who have new sets of skills and behaviours to improve the performance of health care systems and improve patient outcomes. Jason presents a qualitative study that sets out to identify “value-added roles for medical students within the health care delivery system” in Pennsylvania, USA.   Authors: Gonzalo JD, Graaf...

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[469] Re-Run of Ep 130 Controlled Interventions to Reduce Burnout in Physicians: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. show art [469] Re-Run of Ep 130 Controlled Interventions to Reduce Burnout in Physicians: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

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What are the effective solutions to prevent burnout and promote wellness for clinicians?  Jon presents a systematic review that attempts to answer that problem. (All three hosts wanted to present this paper but Jon was the quickest to grab it!) His own specialty (Emergency Medicine) consistently ranks high in several studies on burnout.  Authors: Panagioti M, Efharis Panagopoulou E, Peter Bower P, Lewith G, Kontopantelis E, Chew-Graham C, Dawson S, van Marwijk H, Geraghty K, Esmail A. Publication details: Controlled Interventions to Reduce Burnout in Physicians: A...

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[468] Re-Run of Ep 129 Motivation to learn: an overview of contemporary theories show art [468] Re-Run of Ep 129 Motivation to learn: an overview of contemporary theories

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Linda presents an article that summarizes five contemporary theories about motivation to learn, articulates key intersections and distinctions among these theories, and identifies important considerations for future research - the hosts agree all Clinician Educators in training should have this article on their bookshelf! Authors: Cook DA, Artino AR Jr Publication details: Motivation to learn: an overview of contemporary theories. Medical Education. 2016. 50(10):997-1014. 

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[467] Re-Run of Ep 127 Learner-Preceptor Ratios for Practice-Based Learning Across Health Disciplines: A Systematic Review show art [467] Re-Run of Ep 127 Learner-Preceptor Ratios for Practice-Based Learning Across Health Disciplines: A Systematic Review

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In this episode: Jason has chosen today’s article to discuss how the ratio of teachers to learners is an important design factor. Length: 28:14 min.  Authors: Loewen PS, Gamble A, Legal M, Shah K, Tkachuk S, Zed PJ. Publication details: Learner-Preceptor Ratios for Practice-Based Learning Across Health Disciplines: A Systematic Review. Medical Education. 2016 Nov 23. [Epub ahead of print] 

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[466] Re-Run of Episode 126 Approved Instructional Resources Series: A National Initiative to Identify Quality Emergency Medicine Blog and Podcast Content for Resident Education show art [466] Re-Run of Episode 126 Approved Instructional Resources Series: A National Initiative to Identify Quality Emergency Medicine Blog and Podcast Content for Resident Education

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In this episode: Jon’s chosen paper discusses the quality of blogs and podcasts used by residents - now that text books are in the process of becoming extinct. Length: 23:47 min.  Authors: Lin M, Joshi N, Grock A, Swaminathan A, Morley EJ, Branzetti J, Taira T, Ankel F, Yarris LM.  Publication details: Approved Instructional Resources Series: A National Initiative to Identify Quality Emergency Medicine Blog and Podcast Content for Resident Education. J Grad Med Educ. 2016 May;8(2):219-25. 

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[465] Re-Run of Episode 125 Meta-analysis of faculty's teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related show art [465] Re-Run of Episode 125 Meta-analysis of faculty's teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related

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In this episode: Jason rates this paper’s method section as a 5 because of the gargantuan effort involved, he also suggests we stop calling data ‘Teacher Evaluation’ and instead call it ‘Learner Satisfaction’.  Length: 27:15 min.  Authors: Uttl B, White CA, Gonzalez DW Publication details: Meta-analysis of faculty's teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related. Studies in Educational Evaluation. 2016 Sept 19 

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[464] Re-Run of Ep 124 Reviewing residents' competence: a qualitative study of the role of clinical competency committees in performance assessment show art [464] Re-Run of Ep 124 Reviewing residents' competence: a qualitative study of the role of clinical competency committees in performance assessment

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In this episode: Jon presents an important paper that one day could be known as the archeology of CBME. Length: 18:07 min.  Authors: Hauer KE, Chesluk B, Iobst W, Holmboe E, Baron RB, Boscardin CK, Cate OT, O'Sullivan PS. Publication details: Reviewing residents' competence: a qualitative study of the role of clinical competency committees in performance assessment. Academic Medicine. 2015 Aug;90(8):1084-92 

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[463] Re-Run of Ep 123 Unpacking the Complexity of Patient Handoffs Through the Lens of Cognitive Load Theory show art [463] Re-Run of Ep 123 Unpacking the Complexity of Patient Handoffs Through the Lens of Cognitive Load Theory

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In this episode: Linda presents a ‘thought paper’ on the very complex task of Handover - she calls it a paper that nicely combines educational theory and practical aspects. Linda believes it will win the ‘paper of the year’ award! Length: 28 min.  Authors: Young JQ, Ten Cate O, O'Sullivan PS, Irby DM. Publication details: Unpacking the Complexity of Patient Handoffs Through the Lens of Cognitive Load Theory. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2016;28(1):88-96. v

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[462] Re-Run of Ep 122 When Assessment Data Are Words: Validity Evidence for Qualitative Educational Assessments show art [462] Re-Run of Ep 122 When Assessment Data Are Words: Validity Evidence for Qualitative Educational Assessments

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Released on Nov 22, 2016 In this episode: Jon presents a commentary paper that discusses assessment by words not numbers. Length: 19:30 min Authors: Cook DA, Kuper A, Hatala R, Ginsburg S. Publication details: When Assessment Data Are Words: Validity Evidence for Qualitative Educational Assessments. Academic Medicine. 2016 Apr 5. [Epub ahead of print] 

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[461] Re-Run of Ep 121 Detailed Findings from the CLER National Report of Findings 2016. show art [461] Re-Run of Ep 121 Detailed Findings from the CLER National Report of Findings 2016.

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In this episode: Jason chose a rare paper on accreditation, it’s large in both number of pages and sample size and discusses the patterns found in US residency clinical learning. Length: 22:15 min Authors: Wagner R, Koh NJ, Patow C, Newton R, Casey BR, Weiss KB on behalf of the CLER Program Publication details: Detailed Findings from the CLER National Report of Findings 2016. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2016 May;8(2 Suppl 1):35-54. 

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Programmatic assessment (PA) is one of the big 5 features of the competency-based era. (The other 4 components of CBME are: outcome competencies, sequenced acquisition of expertise, tailored teaching/coaching, and learning activities.)

So, what is this “programmatic assessment” stuff? The promise of PA is that it is a supposed to be better way of organizing assessment.

Authors: Bok et al,.

Publication details:

Validity evidence for programmatic assessment in competency-based education  Perspect Med Educ 2018 Dec;7(6):362-372

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