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WARD, Laura S.; WANDERLEY, Jamiro da Silva  e  ALEGRE, Sarah Monte. Implementation of a Structured Evaluation System in a Medical School: Pilot Project Results. Rev. bras. educ. med. [online]. 2005, vol.29, n.3, pp.174-178.  Epub 15-Jun-2020. ISSN 1981-5271.

Evaluation of the teaching and learning process is essential in order to review objetives, methods and contentes. The use of objective, structured clinical examination methods is well established as a valid, reliable and effective process for the assessment of clinical skills, besides allowing the perception ofmedical students’ atitudes. The Faculty of Medical Science of Unicamp has implementd na extensive curriculum restructuring process based on learning units that include the teaching of interview techniques to second grade students. We describe the implementation of na assessment method based on standart-pacients trained to evaluate students’ acquantance, skills and atitudes. The results of the pilot Project applied to 10 voluntees demosntrate that the method is feasible, relatively simple and inexpansive and allows na objective assessment of the students’ skills besides providing precocious indications of possible patient-doctor relationship problems. The method allowed us to identify points that need to be reinforced by the teachers during the course as well as to review our aims in the module evaluated.

Palavras-chave : Education, Medical; Evaluation; Teachig; Learning; Clinical Competence.

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