Predictive validity of measurements of clinical competence using the team objective structured bedside assessment (TOSBA): assessing the clinical competence of final year medical students.
AuthorsMeagher, Frances M
Butler, Marcus W
Miller, Stanley D W
Costello, Richard W
Conroy, Ronan M
McElvaney, Noel G
AffiliationDepartment of Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. email@example.com
Education, Medical, Undergraduate
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CitationPredictive validity of measurements of clinical competence using the team objective structured bedside assessment (TOSBA): assessing the clinical competence of final year medical students. 2009, 31 (11):e545-50 Med Teach
AbstractTOSBA performance is a strong predictor of subsequent performance in the final examination. The clustering of the TOSBA with other assessments of clinical skills underlines its utility. Further research is required to determine whether performance in the TOSBA is predictive of subsequent performance during internship.
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