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Måling af lægers kompetencer

Tid bruges ofte til måling af lægers effektivitet, men det er en uhensigtsmæssig måde at måle lægers kompetencer på.
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Ebbe Thinggaard1, 2, Ann Sofia Thomsen1, 3, Lotte O‘Neill4 & Lars Konge1 1) Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation, Region Hovedstaden 2) Gynækologisk og Obstetrisk Afdeling, Hvidovre Hospital 3) Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation, Center for HR 4) Universitets-pædagogik, Syddansk Universitet Ugeskr Læger 2018;180:V01180059
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Ugeskr Læger 2018;180:V01180059
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Measuring doctors competencies
Competency-based medical education relies on the use of assessment tools, which can describe and/or measure medical competencies and are supported by validity evidence. The exploration of validity evidence ensures, that the assessment tool not only measures what is intended, but also that the interpretation and decisions made are fair and just. In this review, we have described a contemporary approach to validity used in Kane’s framework. We have also used an example to illuminate, how the exploration of validity evidence can be done in a scientific and systematic manner.
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