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Episode 102 – Considering "Nonlinearity" across the Continuum in Med Ed Assessment

In this episode: Linda’s paper questions if competence is linear.
Durning SJ, Lubarsky S, Torre D, Dory V, Holmboe E.
Journal: Considering "Nonlinearity" Across the Continuum in Medical Education Assessment: Supporting Theory, Practice, and Future Research Directions. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2015 Jul;35(3):232-43.
Length: 16:25 min

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