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The new final Clinical Skills examination in human medicine in Switzerland: Essential steps of exam development, implementation and evaluation, and central insights from the perspective of the national Working Group

Berendonk, Christoph ; Schirlo, Christian ; Balestra, Gianmarco ; Bonvin, Raphael ; Feller, Sabine ; Huber, Philippe ; Jünger, Ernst ; Monti, Matteo ; Schnabel, Kai ; Beyeler, Christine ; Guttormsen, Sissel ; Huwendiek, Sören

GMS Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung, 01 October 2015, Vol.32(4), p.Doc40 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    The new final Clinical Skills examination in human medicine in Switzerland: Essential steps of exam development, implementation and evaluation, and central insights from the perspective of the national Working Group
  • Autor: Berendonk, Christoph ; Schirlo, Christian ; Balestra, Gianmarco ; Bonvin, Raphael ; Feller, Sabine ; Huber, Philippe ; Jünger, Ernst ; Monti, Matteo ; Schnabel, Kai ; Beyeler, Christine ; Guttormsen, Sissel ; Huwendiek, Sören
  • Assuntos: National Final Examination ; Licensing Examination ; Summative Assessment ; Osce ; Action Research ; Medicine
  • É parte de: GMS Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung, 01 October 2015, Vol.32(4), p.Doc40
  • Descrição: Objective: Since 2011, the new national final examination in human medicine has been implemented in Switzerland, with a structured clinical-practical part in the OSCE format. From the perspective of the national Working Group, the current article describes the essential steps in the development, implementation and evaluation of the Federal Licensing Examination Clinical Skills (FLE CS) as well as the applied quality assurance measures. Finally, central insights gained from the last years are presented. Methods: Based on the principles of action research, the FLE CS is in a constant state of further development. On the foundation of systematically documented experiences from previous years, in the Working Group, unresolved questions are discussed and resulting solution approaches are substantiated (planning), implemented in the examination (implementation) and subsequently evaluated (reflection). The presented results are the product of this iterative procedure.Results: The FLE...
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