Predictive values of assessment measurements obtained in medical schools and future performance in medical practice: BEME Guide 5
Prediction is one of the major roles of assessment. Measurement of outcomes of medical education and the predictive value of these measurements in relation to on-the-job performance, i.e. postgraduate professional training and beyond, are fundamental issues in medical education that still require further study.
- Hossam Hamdy (lead reviewer), MD, MCh, FRCS, PhD, Professor in the Department of Surgery & Medical Education, Dean, College of Medicine & Medical Sciences, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain
- Kameshwar Prasad, MD, DM, MSc, Professor in the Department of Neurology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi , India
- M. Brownell Anderson, M.Ed., Senior Associate Vice President, Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington DC, USA
- Albert Scherpbier, MD, PhD, Professor and Scientific Director, Medical Education Institute, Faculty of Medicine, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
- Reed Williams, PhD, Professor and Vice Chairman for Educational Affairs, Department of Surgery, University of Southern Illinois, USA
- Rein Zwierstra, MD, Director of Institute for Medical Education, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Groningen University, The Netherlands
- Helen Cuddihy, PhD, Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
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