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16.11.2018 | A Qualitative Space Open Access

Eliciting tacit knowledge: The potential of a reflective approach to video-stimulated interviewing

‘How to know what others know?’ is a pertinent question debated extensively in education [ 1 ]. The tacit knowledge of professionals , the seldom expressed knowledge that guides professional practice [ 2 , 3 ], has received particularly ample …

14.11.2018 | Original Article Open Access

Validity evidence for programmatic assessment in competency-based education

A pressing issue facing CBE is ensuring the feasible use of robust assessment methodologies that result in valid scores by which to provide feedback on learning and make decisions about learner progression. This study provides validity evidence …

13.11.2018 | Failures / surprises Open Access

Epic failure: Lessons learned from interprofessional faculty development

Interprofessional education (IPE) is now recognized as an important initiative to prepare the next generation of health providers. Although IPE has been embraced by many institutions, faculty development still remains an issue. In this manuscript …

12.11.2018 | Original Article Open Access

Students as stakeholders in assessment: how students perceive the value of an assessment

In order for assessment to support future learning, students must engage with the results of assessment to identify areas for future learning. We adapt a validity framework to be student-relevant, and apply this framework to evaluate a newly …

12.11.2018 | Original Article Open Access

Re-using questions in classroom-based assessment: An exploratory study at the undergraduate medical education level

The re-use of written exam questions answers pragmatic needs in many health professions educational programs. However, this practice puts programs at risk for questions and exam content being leaked from one cohort of examinees to the next …

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Perspectives on Medical Education(PME) is the official, peer-reviewed journal of the Netherlands Association of Medical Education.PME offers an international platform for innovation and research in health professions education. The readers of the Journal are clinical and preclinical health care professionals, education experts, professionals, policymakers, students and other professionals with an interest in health professions education. Authors are invited to submit papers (free of charge) that cover innovations and research advances in health professions education. The scope of the journal includes all levels of health professions education, from undergraduate education to continuing professional development. The journal is truly open access (for authors and readers alike).

PME has an international Editorial Board and Advisory Board, consisting of researchers and professionals from all over the world who share their health education expertise.

Perspectives on Medical Education is highly visible thanks to its unrestricted online access policy. It is sponsored by the NVMO (The Netherlands Association of Medical Education) and offers free manuscript submission.

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