The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Medical education, Educational measurement, Context, Curriculum and Variance. He has included themes like Coaching and Pedagogy in his Medical education study. His Pedagogy research includes elements of Standardization and Competence.
His studies deal with areas such as TUTOR and Problem-based learning as well as Educational measurement. His research integrates issues of Thematic analysis, Program evaluation and Team-based learning in his study of TUTOR. His study looks at the relationship between Curriculum and topics such as Health care, which overlap with Workforce, Outreach, Predictive validity and Specialty.
Chris Roberts spends much of his time researching Medical education, Health care, Context, Curriculum and Nursing. Chris Roberts merges Medical education with Focus group in his study. His Health care study frequently involves adjacent topics like Public relations.
Context is integrated with Applied psychology, Variance, Social psychology and Summative assessment in his study. His Curriculum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Thematic analysis and Team-based learning. His Nursing research incorporates themes from Service and Family medicine.
Medical education, Health care, Curriculum, Context and Teamwork are his primary areas of study. The Medical education study combines topics in areas such as Qualitative research and Peer teaching. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Construct validity, Thematic analysis, Accountability and Confirmatory factor analysis.
His Curriculum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Peer assisted learning, Educational research, Agency, Complex adaptive system and Social media. He works mostly in the field of Teamwork, limiting it down to topics relating to Interprofessional education and, in certain cases, Workforce, Multidisciplinary approach, International health and Test, as a part of the same area of interest. In his study, Professional development is inextricably linked to Applied psychology, which falls within the broad field of Cognitive reframing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Teamwork, MEDLINE, Curriculum and Gerontology. His work on Professional development as part of general Medical education study is frequently connected to Context and Intersection, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Teamwork research integrates issues from Empathy, Higher education and Creativity.
His work deals with themes such as Guideline and Health policy, which intersect with MEDLINE. His Curriculum study combines topics in areas such as Thematic analysis, Health care, Training and development and Team-based learning. The concepts of his Gerontology study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Social model of disability, Face, Co-creation and Service model.
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Assessment for selection for the health care professions and specialty training: Consensus statement and recommendations from the Ottawa 2010 Conference
David John Prideaux;Chris Roberts;Kevin Eva;Angel Centeno.
Medical Teacher (2011)
GPs in cyberspace: The sociology of a 'virtual community'
Nick Fox;Chris Roberts.
The Sociological Review (1999)
Readiness for self-directed change in professional behaviours: factorial validation of the Self-Reflection and Insight Scale.
Christopher Roberts;Patsy Stark.
Medical Education (2008)
Factors affecting the utility of the multiple mini-interview in selecting candidates for graduate-entry medical school
Chris Roberts;Merrilyn Walton;Imogene Rothnie;Jim Crossley.
Medical Education (2008)
Portfolio-based assessments in medical education: are they valid and reliable for summative purposes?
Chris Roberts;David I Newble;Alan J O'Rourke.
Medical Education (2002)
ASEAN Regionalism: Cooperation, Values and Institutionalisation
Christopher B. Roberts.
Discovering professionalism through guided reflection
Patsy Stark;Chris Roberts;David Newble;Nigel Bax.
Medical Teacher (2006)
Team-based learning (TBL) in the medical curriculum: better than PBL?
Annette Burgess;Jane Bleasel;Inam Haq;Chris Roberts.
BMC Medical Education (2017)
Assuring the quality of high-stakes undergraduate assessments of clinical competence
Chris Roberts;David I Newble;Brian Clark Jolly;Malcolm Reed.
Medical Teacher (2006)
Improving the quality of care of musculoskeletal conditions in primary care
C. Roberts;A. O. Adebajo;S. Long.
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