End-of-Shift Assessment of Medical Students


This year at the 2016 CORD Academic Assembly, we tackled the idea of developing a standardized end-of-shift assessment tool for medical students on EM rotations. Topics discussed included criterion vs norm-referenced evaluation, learners at different levels of training, specific assessment domains, translation into SLOEs, tying together milestones with entrustable professional activities, and others.

To hear more from behind the scenes of the CDEM Consensus Conference on end-of-shift assessment, check out our episode on the CDEM Faculty Podcast, available via SoundCloud, RSS, and iTunes.  And a special thanks to Julianna Jung, Doug Franzen, Luan Lawson, and Katherine Hiller for all of their hard work on the project and for sharing their thoughts with us on this podcast.

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