MINI-CEX: AN ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR OBSERVED EVALUATION OF MEDICAL POSTGRADUATE RESIDENTS DURING THEIR TRAINING PROGRAM: AN OVERVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN CPSP RESIDENCY PROGRAM
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The mini-CEX is a workplace-based assessment to assess professional performance of medical trainees. Proper reporting of the gap between desired and observed performance forms the basis and the incentive for the trainees to improve their skills. It plays a key role by combining learning with assessment. There is an urgent need for including this form of assessment in our clinical training programs especially postgraduate residents training
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