Research & Scholarship
Recent publications from Schulich Medicine researchers tackle some of the issues most critical to the success of CBME: reconciling the tensions between assessment and feedback, understanding the philosophy behind coaching, tracing the work of competence committees, and exploring possible solutions to the assessment burden inherent in CBME.
- “You Want Me to Assess What?”: Faculty Perceptions of Assessing Residents From Outside Their Specialty
- Some assembly required: tracing the interpretative work of Clinical Competency Committees
- Where philosophy meets culture: exploring how coaches conceptualise their roles
- Assessment, feedback and the alchemy of learning