Monthly Archives: November 2017

Be Wary Even Of Validated Surveys

Surveys: This is required reading for faculty planning to engage in survey research or to use a published survey.  The authors analyzed publications in three major health education journals which described 37 separate self-administered surveys.  The vast majority (94.6%) of … Continue reading

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Financially Disadvantaged Students May Be Further Disadvantaged For Medical School Admission By Multiple Mini-Interviews (MMIs)

Admissions: Five California public medical schools collaborated in this observational comparison of medical school admissions interview structure.  Three of the schools utilized traditional interviews (TIs) of about 30 minutes each and two utilized MMIs.  For both types of interviews, older age … Continue reading

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