Do you know how to construct examinations so that they are fit for purpose?
Can you give constructive feedback to aid development?
How to Assess Students and Trainees in Medicine and Health will help you develop these vital skills and much more.
This brand new title is an ideal resource for those keen to promote best practice in assessment, evaluation and feedback. From the theoretical basics of medical education to the various types of assessment used today, the book considers the practical issues surrounding assessment, with trouble shooting help for those designing and writing assessments.
With hints and tips drawn from experienced medical educators, How to Assess Students and Trainees in Medicine and Health is fully supported by a companion website at <a href="[external URL] containing worked examples and sample exemplar assessments that can be modified for personal use, making this the ultimate guide to mastering assessment, evaluation and development of students and trainees.
Chapter 1 Principles of assessment, 1Olwyn M. R. Westwood and Ann Griffin
Chapter 2 Assessment of knowledge, 16Steve Capey
Chapter 3 Development of skills competence assessment, 38Alison Sturrock
Chapter 4 Assessment of performance, 59Gavin Johnson and Allison Wiseman
Chapter 5 Assessment of professionalism, 76Deborah Gill
Chapter 6 Setting the standard in assessments, 94Steve Capey and Frank C. Hay
Chapter 7 Feedback and assessment, 114Ann Griffin, Sophie Park and Catherine O Keeffe
Chapter 8 Psychometrics in medical education assessment, 141Katherine Woolf
Chapter 9 Examiners and examination boards, 167Olwyn M. R. Westwood
Chapter 10 Future developments in assessment and feedback, 185Jane Dacre
Olwyn M.R. Westwood is Professor of Medical Education, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary, University of London
Ann Griffin is Clinical Senior Lecturer in Medical Education and Deputy Director, UCL Medical School
Frank C. Hay is Emeritus Professor of Immunology, St George s University of London