Kevin W. Eva spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Medical education, Competence, Professional development and Narrative. Kevin W. Eva has included themes like Judgement, Objectification, Etiology and Psychoanalysis in his Social psychology study. Kevin W. Eva combines subjects such as Pedagogy, Perception and Selection with his study of Medical education.
His Competence research integrates issues from Intraclass correlation, Politeness, Clinical competence, Ranking and Graduate medical education. His Professional development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Undergraduate methods and Occupational therapy. His research investigates the connection between Narrative and topics such as Summative assessment that intersect with issues in Context.
Kevin W. Eva focuses on Medical education, Social psychology, Applied psychology, Context and Nursing. As a part of the same scientific study, Kevin W. Eva usually deals with the Medical education, concentrating on Perception and frequently concerns with Formative assessment. His work investigates the relationship between Social psychology and topics such as Narrative that intersect with problems in Reading.
His research ties Competence and Applied psychology together. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Nursing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Curriculum, and often Knowledge management. While the research belongs to areas of Medical school, Kevin W. Eva spends his time largely on the problem of Cognition, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Educational measurement.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Health professions and Context. His Medical education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coaching, Medical psychology and Quality management. His Coaching research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Peer feedback and Identification.
His research in Health professions intersects with topics in Cohort size, Cohort, Item analysis, Medical physics and Reliability. His research integrates issues of Construct, Perception and Selection in his study of Context. His Perception research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Continuing education, Knowledge gain, Formative assessment and Competence.
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Health professions, Action and Context are his primary areas of study. His Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 studies intersect with other disciplines such as Virology and Family medicine. Kevin W. Eva interconnects Construct, Selection and Medical education in the investigation of issues within Health professions.
The concepts of his Action study are interwoven with issues in Affect and Situational ethics. His work carried out in the field of Context brings together such families of science as Psychological intervention, Cognitive psychology, Self-monitoring and Clinical reasoning.
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Is there any real virtue of virtual reality?: the minor role of multiple orientations in learning anatomy from computers.
Amit X. Garg;Geoffrey R. Norman;Kevin W. Eva;Lawrence Spero.
Academic Medicine (2002)
A systematic review of the use of theory in randomized controlled trials of audit and feedback
Heather L Colquhoun;Jamie C Brehaut;Anne Sales;Noah Ivers.
Implementation Science (2013)
Rater-based assessments as social judgments: rethinking the etiology of rater errors.
Andrea Gingerich;Glenn Regehr;Kevin W. Eva.
Academic Medicine (2011)
Tensions in informed self-assessment: how the desire for feedback and reticence to collect and use it can conflict.
Karen Mann;Cees van der Vleuten;Kevin Eva;Heather Armson.
Academic Medicine (2011)
Giving learners the best of both worlds: do clinical teachers need to guard against teaching pattern recognition to novices?
Tavinder K Ark;Lee R Brooks;Kevin W Eva.
Academic Medicine (2006)
Features of assessment learners use to make informed self‐assessments of clinical performance
Joan Sargeant;Kevin W Eva;Heather Armson;Ben Chesluk.
Medical Education (2011)
Towards a program of assessment for health professionals: from training into practice.
Kevin W. Eva;Georges Bordage;Craig Campbell;Robert Galbraith.
Advances in Health Sciences Education (2016)
Reading between the lines: faculty interpretations of narrative evaluation comments.
Shiphra Ginsburg;Glenn Regehr;Lorelei Lingard;Kevin W Eva.
Medical Education (2015)
Self and peer assessment in tutorials: application of a relative-ranking model.
Harold I. Reiter;Kevin W. Eva;Rose M. Hatala;Geoffrey R. Norman.
Academic Medicine (2002)
Scylla or Charybdis? Can we navigate between objectification and judgement in assessment?
Kevin W Eva;Brian D Hodges.
Medical Education (2012)
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