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Using Calibrated Peer Review™ to Assess and Improve the Quality of Student Documentation of Clinical Encounters at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (UNMSOM).

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Using Calibrated Peer Review™ to Assess and Improve the Quality of Student Documentation of Clinical Encounters at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (UNMSOM).

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Title: Using Calibrated Peer Review™ to Assess and Improve the Quality of Student Documentation of Clinical Encounters at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (UNMSOM).
Author: McCarty, Teresita; Parkes, Marie; Persinger, Kim; Timm, Craig; Martinez, M; Palley, Toby; Franchini, Greg; Hickey, Sheila; Howdieshell, Tom; Espey, Eve; Kalishman, Summers; Mines, Jan
Subject: Using Calibrated Peer Review™
Medical Student Clinical Note Writing
Abstract: The UNMSOM adapted Calibrated Peer Review™, an internet based writing tool, to assist medical students in assessing the structure and content of their clinical notes. Students watch videotaped clinical encounters and write notes based on these patient visits. Students then apply faculty-established standards to assess three calibration notes, the notes of three peers, and their own note. CRR will be demonstrated and student satisfaction described.
Date: 2005
Description: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/9079


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