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Self-assessment in General Practice Vocational Training


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Goldman, SP 2007 , 'Self-assessment in General Practice Vocational Training', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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The study at the core of this dissertation aims to evaluate
general practice vocational training from the perspective of
learners using self-assessment. Using a model developed from
the self-assessment literature, the study examines the extent to
which trainees view themselves as competent in key curriculum
areas. Research questions consider whether participation in
general practice training results in a measurable increase in
self-assessed competence in the key areas of general practice
training, and to what extent trainees are satisfied with the
program. Also considered is the relationship between the two
concepts of satisfaction and self-assessed competence, and the
correlation between examination results and self-assessments.

Item Type: Thesis - PhD
Authors/Creators:Goldman, SP
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