MMI Notes Forecast At-Risk Study Habits

Multiple Mini Interviews This study shows a significant association between MMI narrative notes indicating problematic study behavior and actual study-planning problems occurring during medical school (n=60).  However, no correlation was found for students demonstrating inadequacies in self-reflection.  This could indicate that information obtained during MMIs may be able to predict future weaknesses in study behavior and lead to early intervention, thus improving students’ academic achievement. –Lee Ann Schein, Ph.D.

oude Egbrink mg, Schuwirth lw, Narrative Information Obtained During Student Selection Predicts Problematic Study Behavior. Medical Teacher: 25 Jan 2016

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