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  1. Most of the online resources should be available offsite. However, you will need to be logged in to the university website to access the full text of some items which require an Athens log-in. It may be best to navigate to resources via the library website. These reading lists can be accessed via the library pages as well, by going to the 'Reading Lists' tab and searching for CLI712.

     

    The library provides further guidance about off-site access to online resources - there are some changes being made to how off-site access works so do keep checking the library's advice.

  2. Session One: Selecting 'the right people' 44 items
    1. Preparation 3 items
      1. In preparation for Session One, we would be grateful if you could do some preparatory reading. The articles below will help to provide a context for the first session.

      2. Academic and non-academic selection criteria in predicting medical school performance - Louise C. Urlings-Strop, Karen M. Stegers-Jager, Theo Stijnen, Axel P.N. Themmen 06/2013

        Article Essential

    2. Consolidation 6 items
      1. If you would like to read more about the policy background to widening participation in the UK, the Higher Education Funding Council for England's website is a good place to start. 

         

        The following papers also provide a good introduction to the theme of widening access in medical education.

      2. The multiple mini-interview in the UK context: 3 years of experience at Dundee - Jon Dowell, Bonnie Lynch, Hettie Till, Ben Kumwenda 04/2012

        Article Recommended

      3. Validity: one word with a plurality of meanings - Christina St-Onge, Meredith Young, Kevin W. Eva, Brian Hodges 2017

        Article Recommended

    3. Tutor suggestions for further reading 35 items
      1. Independent review on Social Mobility and Child Poverty (2012): How Higher Education can advance Social Mobility. 

      2. Situational Judgement Tests as a New Tool for Dental Student Seleection - Tine Buyse, Filip Lievens June 2011

        Webpage Recommended

      3. Can we predict successful completion of the common foundation programme at interview? - Jayne H. Donaldson, Jacqueline McCallum, Patricia Lafferty 10/2010

        Article Recommended

      4. Is manual dexterity essential in the selection of dental students? - M. Giuliani, C. Lajolo, L. Clemente, A. Querqui 2007-8-11

        Article Recommended

      5. UK medical selection: lottery or meritocracy? - Benjamin H.L. Harris, Jason L Walsh, Simon Lammy

        Article Recommended

      6. The desirable qualities of future doctors – A study of medical student perceptions - Steven Hurwitz, Brian Kelly, David Powis, Robyn Smyth 07/2013

        Article Recommended

      7. Gender, gender roles and completion of nursing education: A longitudinal study - Katrina McLaughlin, Orla T. Muldoon, Marianne Moutray 2010-5

        Article Recommended

      8. Non-academic characteristics of dental school applicants - Lauren E. Mentasi, Edward A. Thibodeau October 2006

        Webpage Recommended

      9. Diversity, attrition and transition into nursing - Jon Mulholland, Elizabeth N. Anionwu, Richard Atkins, Mike Tappern 10/2008

        Article Recommended

      10. Evaluations of situational judgement tests to assess non-academic attributes in selection - Fiona Patterson, Victoria Ashworth, Lara Zibarras, Philippa Coan 09/2012

        Article Recommended

      11. Nursing as first choice predicts nursing program completion - Yenna Salamonson, Bronwyn Everett, Melissa Cooper, Lien Lombardo 01/2014

        Article Recommended

      12. A national study of selection processes for student nurses and midwives - Ruth Taylor, Colin Macduff, Audrey Stephen 08/2014

        Article Recommended

      13. “A Chance To Show Yourself” – how do applicants approach medical school admission essays? - Jonathan S. White, Jean-Francois Lemay, Keith Brownell, Jocelyn Lockyer 10/2011

        Article Recommended

      14. How effective are selection methods in medical education? A systematic review - Fiona Patterson, Alec Knight, Jon Dowell, Sandra Nicholson 01/2016

        Article Recommended

      15. How effective are selection methods in medical education? A systematic review - Fiona Patterson, Alec Knight, Jon Dowell, Sandra Nicholson 01/2016

        Article Recommended

      16. Evidence-informed dental student recruitment techniques - E. Kay, J. Bennett, P. Allison, L. R. Coombes 2010-2-13

        Article Recommended

      17. Hidden item variance in multiple mini-interview scores - Nikki L. Bibler Zaidi, Christopher M. Swoboda, Benjamin M. Kelcey, R. Stephen Manuel 2016-8-20

        Article Recommended

      18. A multi-site study on medical school selection, performance, motivation and engagement - A. Wouters, G. Croiset, N. R. Schripsema, J. Cohen-Schotanus 2017

        Article Recommended

      19. Hidden item variance in multiple mini-interview scores - Nikki L. Bibler Zaidi, Christopher M. Swoboda, Benjamin M. Kelcey, R. Stephen Manuel 2017

        Article Recommended

      20. Selection methods in healthcare professions: where are we now and where next? - Fiona Patterson, Jennifer Cleland, Fran Cousans 2017

        Article Recommended

  3. Session Two: Internal structure - blueprinting, standard setting and psychometrics 7 items
    1. Preparation 2 items
    2. Consolidation 2 items
      1. Beyond assessment: Feedback for individuals and institutions based on the progress test - Lee Coombes, Chris Ricketts, Adrian Freeman, Jeff Stratford 01/2010

        Article Recommended

    3. Tutor suggestions for further reading 3 items
      1. Assessment in health professions education - Steven M. Downing, Rachel Yudkowsky 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended This is a link to the e-book. The University Library also has hard copies which can be found using Primo.

  4. Session Three: Assessing clinical practice 21 items
    1. Preparation 3 items
      1. Norcini, J. (2014) 'Workplace assessment' in Swannick, T (ed). Understanding Medical Education: Evidence, Theory and Practice, pp.279-292. Book chapter: Essential.

        The below leads to the most recent edition of the e-book. You may also be interesting in exploring other chapters.

      2. Understanding medical education: evidence, theory and practice - Association for the Study of Medical Education 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

    2. Tutor suggestions for further reading 18 items
      1. Initial evaluation of the first year of the Foundation Assessment Programme - Helena Davies, Julian Archer, Lesley Southgate, John Norcini 01/2009

        Article Recommended

      2. Validity in work-based assessment: expanding our horizons - Marjan Govaerts, Cees PM van der Vleuten 12/2013

        Article Recommended

      3. Feedback and the mini clinical evaluation exercise - Eric S. Holmboe, Monica Yepes, Frederick Williams, Stephen J. Huot 2004-5

        Article Recommended

      4. Doctor performance assessment in daily practise: does it help doctors or not? A systematic review - Karlijn Overeem, Marjan J Faber, Onyebuchi A Arah, Glyn Elwyn 11/2007

        Article Recommended

      5. Reflection: a link between receiving and using assessment feedback - Joan M. Sargeant, Karen V. Mann, Cees P. Vleuten, Job F. Metsemakers 2009-8

        Article Recommended

      6. Challenges in multisource feedback: intended and unintended outcomes - Joan Sargeant, Karen Mann, Douglas Sinclair, Cees van der Vleuten 06/2007

        Article Recommended

      7. Assessing professional competence: from methods to programmes - Cees P M van der Vleuten, Lambert W T Schuwirth 03/2005

        Article Recommended

      8. Implementing workplace-based assessment across the medical specialties in the United Kingdom - James R Wilkinson, James G M Crossley, Andrew Wragg, Peter Mills 04/2008

        Article Recommended

  5. Session Four: Regulation as assessment 13 items
    1. Preparation 2 items
    2. Tutor suggestions for further reading 11 items
      1. Archer, J, Regan de Bere, S, Nunn, S, Clark, J, and Corrigan, O. 2012. Revalidation: in Policy.

         

        Archer, J, Regand de Bere, S, Nunn, S, Anderson, A. 2014. Revalidation in Practice: Shaping the future development of revalidation.

         

        Regan de Bere, S, Nunn, S, Archer, J, Chatterjee, A, Bryce, M. 2013. Patient and public involvement in medical revalidation.

         

        Boak, G, Mitchell, L, and Moore, D. 2011. An explanation of options for the delivery of revalidation: A project for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great BritainLondon: Prime Research and Development, Ltd.

         

        General Dental Council. Revalidation for dentists: our proposalsThe webpage this links opens also contains links to other relevant documents on the development of a revalidation model for UK dentists.

         

        General Medical Council. An introduction to revalidation. This webpage contains links to a number of documents on GMC revalidation policies and processes. Of particular interest is Ready for revalidation: the Good Medical Practice framework for appraisal and revalidation. 

         

        General Medical Council. 2011. CPD - the international perspective. 

         

        Health and Care Professions Council. Current approaches to revalidation amongst UK health professional regulators. The webpage this link opens also contains other relevant information and documents on the HCPC's vision for a revalidation model for its registrants.

      2. The sociology of medical regulation: an introduction - John Martyn Chamberlain c2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Especially chapter 7: 'Restratification and the hearing of fitness to practise cases'

      3. How to assess doctors and health professionals - Mike Davis, Judy McKimm, Kirsty Forrest 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Especially chapter 6: Revalidation

      4. Multisource feedback questionnaires in appraisal and for revalidation: a qualitative study in UK general practice - Jacqueline J Hill, Anthea Asprey, Suzanne H Richards, John L Campbell 01/05/2012

        Article Recommended

      5. Revalidation: a university health board’s learning from pilot partner engagement - Lyn (Carolyn) Middleton, Nicola Ryley, Denise Llewellyn 26/08/2015

        Article Recommended

      6. A framework to support the revalidation process - Nicola Ryley, David Barton 02/03/2015

        Article Recommended

  6. Session Five: Remediation - saviour or fallacy? 13 items
    1. Preparation 2 items
      1. Please look at the following items in preparation for the session.

         

        The National Clincal Assessment Service Publications page provides links to many documents. Of particular interest are Understanding Performance Difficulties in Doctors (NCAA, 2004) and Professionalism - dilemmas and lapses (NCAS, 2009).

      2. The remediation challenge: theoretical and methodological insights from a systematic review - Jennifer Cleland, Heather Leggett, John Sandars, Manuel J Costa 03/2013

        Article Recommended

    2. Tutor suggestions for further reading 11 items
      1. Selecting performance assessment methods for experienced physicians - R B Hays, H A Davies, J D Beard, L J M Caldon 10/2002

        Article Recommended

      2. Depression, Stigma, and Suicidal Ideation in Medical Students - Thomas L. Schwenk, Lindsay Davis, Leslie A. Wimsatt 15/09/2010

        Article Recommended

      3. Remediation: where does the responsibility lie? - T. Swanwick, J. Whiteman 01/01/2013

        Article Recommended

  7. Session 6: Tutorial support for assignments 3 items
    1. Related reading 2 items
    2. Please ensure that you also review the exemplar assignments on the module Moodle pages, and check the Study Skills reading list for materials supporting essay writing generally and the particular skills of critical analysis and reflective writing.

       

      The Journal Information reading list contains links to key journals which you may use to help you identify relevant literature, alongside database searches.

  8. When Assessment Data Are Words - David A. Cook, Ayelet Kuper, Rose Hatala, Shiphra Ginsburg 04/2016

    Article Recommended