The association of student examination performance with faculty and resident ratings using a modified RIME process

  • Griffith C
  • Wilson J
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RIME is a descriptive framework in which students and their teachers can gauge progress throughout a clerkship from R (reporter) to I (interpreter) to M (manager) to E (educator). RIME, as described in the literature, is complemented by residents and attending physicians meeting with a clerkship director to discuss individual student progress, with group discussion resulting in assignment of a RIME stage.

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  • Clinical evaluation
  • Medical education
  • Medical students

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  • Charles H. Griffith

  • John F. Wilson

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