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Handbook on Medical Student Evaluation and Assessment by the Alliance for Clinical Education

ISBN 978-1-62130-730-3 (paperback), $39.95
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This comprehensive book derives from some
chapters in the indispensable fourth edition of the
Guidebook for Clerkship Directors
, but expands
upon those chapters and contains critical new
information about milestones, professionalism,
and program evaluation.

It is useful not only for clerkship directors,
but also for pre-clinical educators, teachers
of electives and subinternships, the dean's
office, the student affairs office, residency
and fellowship program directors, and anyone
who teaches, advises, or mentors medical students.
It discusses all aspects of assessing learners,
with well-referenced presentations starting from
basic definitions, progressing through various
assessment methods, and including reviews of
the legal aspects of assessments.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Handbook on Medical Student Evaluation and Assessment    
  by the Alliance for Clinical Education,
edited by Louis N. Pangaro, M.D.
and William C. McGaghie, Ph.D.

Contents:

Section One
1. Introduction
   William C. McGaghie, Ph.D.
2. A Primer of Evaluation Terminology: Definitions and Important
Distinctions in Evaluation

   Louis N. Pangaro, M.D.
3. System Approaches to Student Assessment
   Louis N. Pangaro, M.D.
4. Sharing Student Performance Information Across Courses
and Clerkships

   Lynn M. Cleary, M.D.
5. Using Pre-Clerkship Variables to Identify High-Risk Students
   Jeffrey S. LaRochelle, M.D., M.P.H.; Gerald D. Denton, M.D., M.P.H.
6. Assessment in the Post-Clerkship Year
   Meenakshy K. Aiyer, M.B.B.S.; Matthew Joseph Mischler, M.D.

Section Two
7. Introduction to Section Two: Integrating Assessment Methods
with Blueprints

   Louis N. Pangaro, M.D.
8. Descriptive Evaluations and Clinical Performance Evaluations
in the Workplace

   Rechell G. Rodriguez, M.D.; Paul A. Hemmer, M.D., M.P.H.
9. Direct Observation of Students' Clinical Skills
   Eric Holmboe, M.D.
10. Evaluating Medical Procedures: Evaluation and Transfer
to the Bedside

   Jeffrey H. Barsuk, M.D., M.S.; Eytan Szmuilowicz, M.D.
11. Assessing Clinical Reasoning
   Steven Durning, M.D.; Joseph Rencic, M.D.;
   Lambert Schuwirth, M.D.
12. The Search for a Meaningful Evaluation of Professionalism
   Emily E. Anderson, Ph.D., M.P.H.; Mark Kuczewski, Ph.D.
13. Feedback
   Lisa E. Leggio, M.D.; T. Andrew Albritton, M.D.

Section Three
14. Introduction to Section Three: Structured Assessments
for Clerkships

   William C. McGaghie, Ph.D.
15. Clerkship Examinations
   Thomas Sisson, M.D.; Cyril Grum, M.D.
16. Writing Multiple Choice Questions
   Ruth-Marie E. Fincher, M.D.; Robert R. Nesbit, Jr., M.D.
17. Standardized Patient-Based Assessment of Clinical Skills
in Clerkships

   Michael Ainsworth, M.D.; Karen Szauter, M.D.
18. Assessment Using Simulation Technologies
   Keith F. Muccino, S.J., M.D.;
   Viva Jo Siddall, M.S., M.S., R.R.T., R.C.P., C.C.M.E.-P.
19. Designing and Setting Standards in Clerkship Examinations
   Julia Corcoran, M.D., M.H.P.E.
20. Converting Evaluations into Grades
   Michael Battistone, M.D.
21. Legal Aspects of Assigning Failing Grades
   Thomas Jamieson, M.D., J.D.; Paul A. Hemmer, M.D., M.P.H.;
   Louis N. Pangaro, M.D.
22. Conclusions
   William C. McGaghie, Ph.D.; Louis N. Pangaro, M.D.
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