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IIME Workshop on Assessment. Meeting Summary Chengdu, China February 27, 2003. MCQ Summary. Hardest working group!! 150 Item test translated into Chinese Translation of each question reviewed by the entire group for clarity Examination details reviewed Location

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iime workshop on assessment

IIME Workshop on Assessment

Meeting Summary

Chengdu, China

February 27, 2003

mcq summary
MCQ Summary
  • Hardest working group!!
  • 150 Item test translated into Chinese
  • Translation of each question reviewed by the entire group for clarity
  • Examination details reviewed
    • Location
    • Receiving and returning examination materials
    • Rules for how to proctor the examination
  • Leader of MCQ team to recruit assistant proctor
osce summary
OSCE Summary
  • 15 Station (10 room) OSCE
    • 5 Long SP, 5 Short SP, 5 Non-SP Cases
  • Blueprint of exam finalized
  • 1-day examination (3 sessions of 2 ½ hours)
  • Schools with 60 or 90 students can share patients and/or repeat day 1 examination
  • CMB support provided through Association for Chinese University Medical Colleges

2003 OSCE Day 1

Long SP cases

Short SP cases

Non-SP cases

Med 0201:

Coronary heart

OBG 0501:

Ectopic preg

Medicine paper cases,

Xray, ECG,mcq

OBG 0502:

High risk preg

Med 0701:


Medicine paper case,

lab report, mcq,


Surg 0401:

Acute choly

Peds 0301:

Fever + cough


Search: computer

ER 0101:

Low abdo pain

Peds 0801:


Surgery gowning

or sterile technique,

tube, or CPR

Psych 0604:

Panic disorder

Psych 0601:


OBG paper case,

pelvic model, mcq

observation logbook summary
Observation/Logbook Summary
  • Scales finalized for all 17 GMER
  • Faculty at this meeting trained to use the observation form
  • IIME to create evaluation form and send final version before April 30, 2003
  • Faculty development plan workshops at your home schools
  • Observations before the examination
  • Submit forms back to IIME for scoring and analysis
tasks for march 2003
Tasks for March 2003
  • Leader for IIME project from each school will be primary contact for all information
  • IIME will create spreadsheet for student registration process
  • Leader registers students for examination
    • Spreadsheet returned to IIME with student identification numbers
    • Additional data on students for comparison to your school-based examinations and grades
  • IIME creates draft of faculty observation forms
tasks for april june 2003 faculty observations
Tasks for April-June 2003:Faculty Observations
  • IIME creates final evaluation forms and sends to each school
  • Schools begin faculty development workshops to teach how to use the evaluation forms
  • Begin faculty observations in June or July for 3 months
  • At least 3 evaluations for each student
tasks for april june 2003 information for students and teachers
Tasks for April – June 2003:Information for Students and Teachers
  • IIME will develop a brochure in Mandarin to educate students about the IIME project:
    • MCQ
    • OSCE
    • Faculty Observations
  • Also provide brochure to teachers
  • Draft score report to deans and presidents
tasks for july standardized patient development
Tasks for July:Standardized Patient Development
  • Possible meeting in July (Shenyang and/or Chengdu)
  • 1-day workshop
  • OSCE Coordinator, Standardized Patient Trainer, OSCE team (1-2 people/school)
  • Details of how to hire, train, and work with standardized patients.
tasks for august september 2003
Tasks for August – September 2003
  • Final room arrangements for MCQ, receive test books
  • Final preparations for OSCE, complete training of SPs, recruit faculty
  • Complete faculty observations in clerkships and prepare forms to return to IIME
october 2003
October 2003!!!
  • MCQ Administration
    • Secure receipt, administration, and return of test materials
  • OSCE Administration
    • Score reports created on-site and email to IIME
  • Observations
    • Forms sent to IIME by secure mail
quality assurance program
Quality Assurance Program
  • MCQ examination
    • Statistical review for quality of questions
    • Comparison with your home school examinations
  • OSCE examination
    • Anonymous videotapes sent to review and score at other schools
  • Observations
    • Statistical review for quality of scores reported by faculty
  • Student and faculty assessment of examination
    • How realistic?
    • Fair coverage of domains?
score reports
Score Reports
  • Data security in the IIME office
  • Score reports created by GMER item, by discipline, and by student to return to IIME leader at your school.
  • Comparison of scores with other Chinese students WILL BE anonymous and combined ONLY.
  • Areas of success and improvement will be identified in this report
  • Comparison of these tests with your school examinations can be provided
score report major domains
Score Report: Major Domains
  • Professional Values, Attitudes, Behaviors and Ethics
  • Scientific Foundation of Medicine
  • Clinical Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Population Health and Health Systems
  • Management of Information
  • Critical Thinking and Research
score report professionalism
Score Report: Professionalism

· Professional values which include excellence, altruism, responsibility, compassion, empathy, accountability, honesty and integrity, and a commitment to scientific methods;

·Self-regulation and a recognition of the need for continuous self-improvement with an awareness of personal limitations including limitations of one’s medical knowledge;

 Recognition of the moral obligation to provide end of life care, including palliation of symptoms;

·Ability to effectively plan and efficiently manage one’s own time and activities to cope with uncertainty, and the ability to adapt to change;

·Personal responsibility for the care of individual patient.

iime 2003
IIME 2003
  • Security and confidentiality
  • Pilot Study
why we will succeed
Why We Will Succeed
  • International Standard Outcomes
  • International Standard Assessment Tools
  • International Quality Assessment Process
  • International Quality Leaders, Faculty and Assistants working on the IIME project at EVERY school!