#KeyLIMEPodcast 279: [The best of KeyLIME 2018 – #6] Assessment validity as a social imperative.

This episode from November 2018 looks at assessment validity and an emerging lens through which to see it: the social imperative. Jason called it a fantastic paper that opens up a new way of thinking about assessment and lends the support to the rationale for CBME.

Marceau et. al. 2018. Validity as a social imperative for assessment in health professions education: a concept analysis. Medical Education. 52(6):641-653.

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