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Supervision, Formative and Summative Assessment


The resident will be evaluated by the medical doctor that is the assigned supervisor using the assessment forms. Summative assessments take place after 3 months and at the end of the training period.
Formative assessment tools include: 
  • Clinical Evaluation Exercise (CEX) 
  • Objective Structured Assessment Technical Skill (OSATS) 15x
  • Critical Appraisal Topic (CAT) 15x
  • Public Health exercises 6-8x

For more details, see the document ‘Assessment & Portfolio Guide’ that gives a full overview of all the formative and summative assessment tools.


Portfolio


All residents are obliged to keep track of their work and achievements within a digital portfolio. All supervisors abroad will receive log-in details to incorporate the assessments in the portfolio. 

For full details of what is needed in the portfolio see the document ‘Assessment & Portfolio Guide’. The residents will have worked with this portfolio in the past years and are responsible for the completion of it.


Public Health Exercises (CAT)


The public health exercises are a tool to improve the public health related competencies. Through it the resident will gain knowledge on the local social determinants of health, the health system, local epidemiology and burden of disease.

The Assessment of these exercises is done making use of the CAT approach. See the form for the Public Health Exercise with the CAT. 

For further detail see the document ’Public Health Exercise Description’.







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