workplace-based assessment


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workplace-based assessment

The assessment of a UK specialist trainee’s working practices based on what he or she actually does in the workplace, which is performed during work hours in the workplace itself. The WPBA is a tool championed by the GMC for developing trainees who are working towards gaining their certificate of completion of training (CCT).
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Workplace-based assessment; applications and educational impact.
Educational outcomes were measured by workplace-based assessments (WBA).
A systematic approach to workplace-based assessment for international medical graduates.
Response to Re: Workplace-based assessment in surgical training: Experiences from the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Programme.
Abstract: Workplace-based assessments (WPBAs) refer to the assessment of working practices based on what doctors actually do in the workplace and is predominantly carried out in the workplace itself (PMETB, 2007).
Jonathan B, Maria B, Workplace-based assessment: Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Volume 89, Number 5, May 2007, pp.
DOPS and other workplace-based assessment tools are routinely used in residency training in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and Australia (7-10).
Acceptability and feasibility of mini-clinical evaluation exercise as a formative assessment tool for workplace-based assessment for surgical postgraduate students.
Mersey deanery ophthalmology trainees views of the objective assessment of surgical and technical skills (OSATS) workplace-based assessment tool.
It is a workplace-based assessment tool that assesses the attitude component of the learner in depth.