This document is meant to guide you to create well-constructed MCQs for the assessment of medical students in the Foundations and Clerkship Curriculum. It takes you through a series of steps that help you to conceptualize a question, create it in a well-constructed fashion, and confirm that the pitfalls common to item generation have been avoided.
The Office of Faculty Development is pleased to offer an e-learning module for MEET supervisors. The purpose of this emodule is to provide an overview of MEET for both teachers and students.
The learning objectives of the emodule are:
1. to describe the goals and structure of MEET
2. to differentiate between and reflect on the integration of therapeutic and diagnostic interview skills
3. to consider your goals for participation in MEET
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This emodule will take about 30 minutes to complete.
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There is growing literature in medical education that suggests that reflection improves learning and performance in essential competencies.
This introduction to Portfolio provides an overview of reflective practice and portfolio content.
This primer provides an overview of the two ways assessment of student professionalism takes place:
(1) through competency-based professionalism assessment using the same form across the four years of the MD Program curriculum; and
(2) through the use of critical incident reports