- Seeing the same thing differently: mechanisms that contribute to assessor differences in directly-observed performance assessmentsPeter Yeates
School of Translational Medicine, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract 18:325-41. 2013..They give insight relevant to assessor training, assessors' ability to be observationally "objective" and to the educational value of narrative comments (in contrast to numerical ratings). ..
- Effect of exposure to good vs poor medical trainee performance on attending physician ratings of subsequent performancesPeter Yeates
School of Translational Medicine, Academy at UHSM, corrected University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
JAMA 308:2226-32. 2012..Competency-based models of education require assessments to be based on individuals' capacity to perform, yet the nature of human judgment may fundamentally limit the extent to which such assessment is accurately possible...
- What can we expect of clinical teachers? Establishing consensus on applicable skills, attitudes and practicesPeter J A Yeates
Medical Education and Research Group, School of Medicine, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Med Educ 42:134-42. 2008..Despite myriad advances in medical education, we have not yet established a universally accepted set of attributes we can reasonably expect from our teachers...