What has replaced foundation programme work-based assessments?

Youngs, Jonathan; Roberts, C. Michael; Patterson, John
November 2013
British Journal of Hospital Medicine (17508460);Nov2013, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p606
Academic Journal
The article provides an overview of supervised learning events as training tools for doctors in Great Britain. It cites the rebranding of the educational role of work-based assessments by the Great Britain Foundation Program Office under its 2012 curriculum to emphasize supervised learning events. It discusses the challenges facing work-based assessments when they are used as summative and formative assessments.


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