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Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the System for Evaluation of Teaching Qualities (SETQ) in Graduate Medical Training.
Eval Health Prof
PUBLISHED: 10-05-2014
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The System for Evaluation of Teaching Qualities (SETQ) was developed as a formative system for the continuous evaluation and development of physicians' teaching performance in graduate medical training. It has been seven years since the introduction and initial exploratory psychometric analysis of the SETQ questionnaires. This study investigates the validity and reliability of the SETQ questionnaires across hospitals and medical specialties using confirmatory factor analyses (CFAs), reliability analysis, and generalizability analysis. The SETQ questionnaires were tested in a sample of 3,025 physicians and 2,848 trainees in 46 hospitals. The CFA revealed acceptable fit of the data to the previously identified five-factor model. The high internal consistency estimates suggest satisfactory reliability of the subscales. These results provide robust evidence for the validity and reliability of the SETQ questionnaires for evaluating physicians' teaching performance.
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The impact of resident- and self-evaluations on surgeon's subsequent teaching performance.
World J Surg
PUBLISHED: 05-29-2014
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This study evaluates how residents' evaluations and self-evaluations of surgeon's teaching performance evolve after two cycles of evaluation, reporting, and feedback. Furthermore, the influence of over- and underestimating own performance on subsequent teaching performance was investigated.
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The impact of clinicians' personality and their interpersonal behaviors on the quality of patient care: a systematic review.
Int J Qual Health Care
PUBLISHED: 05-20-2014
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To review systematically the impact of clinicians' personality and observed interpersonal behaviors on the quality of their patient care.
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Development and Validation of an Instrument for Measuring the Quality of Teamwork in Teaching Teams in Postgraduate Medical Training (TeamQ).
PLoS ONE
PUBLISHED: 01-01-2014
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Teamwork between clinical teachers is a challenge in postgraduate medical training. Although there are several instruments available for measuring teamwork in health care, none of them are appropriate for teaching teams. The aim of this study is to develop an instrument (TeamQ) for measuring teamwork, to investigate its psychometric properties and to explore how clinical teachers assess their teamwork.
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The teacher, the physician and the person: exploring causal connections between teaching performance and role model types using directed acyclic graphs.
PLoS ONE
PUBLISHED: 01-01-2013
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In fledgling areas of research, evidence supporting causal assumptions is often scarce due to the small number of empirical studies conducted. In many studies it remains unclear what impact explicit and implicit causal assumptions have on the research findings; only the primary assumptions of the researchers are often presented. This is particularly true for research on the effect of facultys teaching performance on their role modeling. Therefore, there is a need for robust frameworks and methods for transparent formal presentation of the underlying causal assumptions used in assessing the causal effects of teaching performance on role modeling. This study explores the effects of different (plausible) causal assumptions on research outcomes.
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Reliable and valid tools for measuring surgeons teaching performance: residents vs. self evaluation.
J Surg Educ
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In surgical education, there is a need for educational performance evaluation tools that yield reliable and valid data. This paper describes the development and validation of robust evaluation tools that provide surgeons with insight into their clinical teaching performance. We investigated (1) the reliability and validity of 2 tools for evaluating the teaching performance of attending surgeons in residency training programs, and (2) whether surgeons self evaluation correlated with the residents evaluation of those surgeons.
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The teacher, the physician and the person: how facultys teaching performance influences their role modelling.
PLoS ONE
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Previous studies identified different typologies of role models (as teacher/supervisor, physician and person) and explored which of facultys characteristics could distinguish good role models. The aim of this study was to explore how and to which extent clinical facultys teaching performance influences residents evaluations of facultys different role modelling statuses, especially across different specialties.
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