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|Title:||Assessment for learning|
|Citation:||Realising Exemplary Practice-based Education, 2012, 2012 / Ch.15, pp.143-150|
|Department:||Faculty of Health Sciences|
|Lambert Schuwirth, Helena Ward and Sylvia Heeneman|
|Abstract:||Most students enter medical school with the intent to become a physician and work in patient care; and rightfully so because good patient care is important for society. But there is also a need in society for physicians or MDs with special abilities in conducting biomedical and clinical research. This special need was the reason why at the University of Maastricht a graduate-entry medical program was begun with an annual intake of 30 students. But it was not the only reason. Educational innovation and experimentation have become increasingly difficult due to the rapidly increasing enrolment in many medical programs. Our new program was therefore also started with the intent of enabling experimentation and innovation at the curriculum level.|
|Rights:||© 2013 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Medical Education Unit publications|
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