The in-training examination in internal medicine: resident perceptions and lack of correlation between resident scores and faculty predictions of resident performance.
- Published Article
The American Journal of Medicine
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 1999
Residents believe that the In-Training Examination is useful and frequently initiate educational interventions based on results. Faculty and residents lack the ability to evaluate accurately the knowledge of trainees that they supervise. In particular, both groups may be unable to identify trainees who are deficient in this element of clinical competence.
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