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Report: Medical Education Assessment for 21st Century Health Systems, 1 November 2017

1 November, 2017

The AMC held a workshop on medical education assessment systems for 21st century health systems  on 1 November 2017.  The workshop aimed to explore assessment themes of: Fitness for Purpose;  Feedback and culture; Discrimination of performance; Benchmarking, technology enabled reporting and research and evaluation; and Implementation.

The workshop report is available here.