Mini CEX Assessing Clinical Performance In Ayurvedic Undergraduate
by Parwe, Shweta Dadarao
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The mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise(mini-CEX), which has been applied internationally to assess the clinical competencies of trainees at different subspecialties in a wide variety of clinical settings. For each mini-CEX encounter, one evaluator observes the resident conduct a focused interview, physical examination, or therapeutic counseling at a selected workplace, followed by provision of immediate feedback and completion of the rating form. With its feature to provide feedback following a clinical assessment, the mini-CEX also serves as a formative method to guide trainees' professional development.Previous research on the mini-CEX focused on its validity, reliability, and feasibility for to assessing the clinical skills of residents, and the educational impact of effective feedback to foster their future learning and improvement. The technique is designed to be used by supervising clinicians, and it allows for efficient rating of seven competencies: 1. Medical interviewing 2. Physical examination 3. Humanistic qualities professionalism 4. Clinical judgment 5.Organization/efficiency 6. Counseling 7.Overall clinical competence.
Parwe, Shweta Dadarao
Nisargandha, Milind Abhimanyu
Dr.Shweta Dadarao parwe working as Associate Professor in the Department of Panchkarma, she has conducted two workshop and three CME she is the faculty of Ayurvedic Medical Unit and HOD of Evaluation.she Published Four Publication as review articles and two books are created on her name.her key of interest in the Infertility,Neurological disorder
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
5 July 2016
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.009 m; 0.286 kg