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Assessment in medical education and training 2 

Assessment in medical education and training 2
Assessment in medical education and training 2

Gareth Holsgrove

and Helena Davies

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date: 14 July 2020

Chapter 9 is concerned with changes in assessment that have come about, in part as a result of the Tomorrow’s doctors curricula. It focuses on contemporary best practice in assessment, both in the workplace and the examination hall. It also looks towards potential developments in assessment in medical education and training over the next few years because we see the major changes that are currently underway continuing with two particular priorities – the quality of postgraduate medical examinations and the design of assessment programmes based on a utility model.

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