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and weak learning outcomes, the strong and weak learners and teachers, and the strong and weak learning outcomes of each learner or teacher? Can they report student self-assessment overestimation? Can they inform formative feedback and summative examinations? Can this paradigm support evidence-based teaching/learning SWOT policy? 2 Methods Under the auspice of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Crete, Greece, the Greek Oncology Research Group has been organizing for the last 15 years the extra-curricular seminar “Hellenic Medical Student Oncology Meeting

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, such as in a survey based on a convenient sample in five European countries (Denmark, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom) ( 17 ). One of the challenges of teaching medical trainees is to choose an assessment method that is directed towards enhancing learning in addition to assessing clinical competence. Workplace-based assessments allow trainees to continually gather evidence of learning and formative feedback ( 18 ). Feedback in workplace-based clinical settings often relies on expert trainers’ judgements of the directly observed trainee ( 15

Procedural Skills Evaluation Form, 4-point scale, amount of assistance is documented ranging from significant guidance is provided to performed independently; communication skills etc. are included; Student's self-assessment is included; Difficulty of the procedures is rated as well Not specified Not required Not specified Low stakes examination (formative feedback) Swift et al. (2013) It was only possible to use data from a small pilot study. The follow up study evaluated a 6 station OSCE. Single values for a specific scale were not available mO-S3 USA Physiotherapy