Improving Long cases and short cases in clinical examination. Prof. Pushpa Raj Sharma Department of Child Health. This presentation. Teaching clinical skills Evaluation of clinical skills. How do we teach clinical skills?. Ask students to read the skill. Demonstrate it to the students.
Improving Long cases and short cases in clinical examination
Prof. Pushpa Raj Sharma
Department of Child Health
What I am teaching?
How will I teach it?
Who I am teaching?
How will I know if the
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Five required attributes of an assessment process:
Reliability - a measure of the variation in scores
Validity - the degree to which an assessment is a measure of what should be measured.
Acceptability - the degree to which the assessment process is acceptable
Feasibility - the degree to which the assessment can be delivered to all those who require
Educational impact - the degree to which the assessment can assist the student to improve his or her performance,
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