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2015The Australian Medical Schools Assessment Collaboration: benchmarking the preclinical performance of medical studentsDavies, Llewelyn; O'Mara, Deborah Ann; Rothnie, Imogene; Barnard, John; Canny, Ben J; Wilson, Ian; Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; Medicine Faculty OfficeThe Australian Medical Schools Assessment Collaboration: benchmarking the preclinical performance of medical students, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.202, 2, 2015,pp 95-99
2014ExamBank: a Pedagogic and Administrative System to Provide Effective Student Feedback and Stable Assessment Across DisciplinesDavies, Leo; O'Mara, Deborah Ann; Pye, Matthew; Quinnell, Rosanne; Rothnie, Imogene; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Medicine Faculty OfficeExamBank: a Pedagogic and Administrative System to Provide Effective Student Feedback and Stable Assessment Across Disciplines, International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, vol.22, 3, 2014,pp 62-73
2009Experiences of the multiple mini-interview: a qualitative analysisDu Fresne, Christine; Kumar, Koshila; Roberts, Christopher; Rothnie, Imogene; Walton, Merrilyn; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Medicine Faculty Office; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Medicine Faculty Office; Deans Unit: (CIPHER)Experiences of the multiple mini-interview: a qualitative analysis, Medical Education, vol.43, 4,pp 360-367
2008Factors affecting the utility of the multiple mini-interview in selecting candidates for graduate-entry medical schoolKumar, Koshila; Lyon, Patricia; Roberts, Christopher; Rothnie, Imogene; Tiller, David; Walton, Merrilyn; Crossley, Jim; Medicine Faculty Office; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Medicine Faculty Office; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Bathurst; Deans Unit: (CIPHER)Factors affecting the utility of the multiple mini-interview in selecting candidates for graduate-entry medical school, Medical Education, vol.42,(4),2008,pp 396-404
2013Internet-based multiple mini-interviews for candidate selection for graduate entry programmesDunn, Stewart; Lee, Lily; O'Mara, Deborah; Roberts, Christopher; Rothnie, Imogene; Tiller, David; Northern Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; Medicine Faculty Office; Northern Clinical School: General Practice; Medicine Faculty Office; School of Rural Health: BathurstInternet-based multiple mini-interviews for candidate selection for graduate entry programmes, Medical Education, vol.47, 8, 2013,pp 801-810
2010Should candidate scores be adjusted for interviewer stringency or leniency in the multiple mini-interview?Roberts, Christopher; Rothnie, Imogene; Crossley, Jim; Zoanetti, Nathan; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Medicine Faculty OfficeShould candidate scores be adjusted for interviewer stringency or leniency in the multiple mini-interview?, Medical Education, vol.44, 7,pp 690-698
2009Validating a multiple mini-interview question bank assessing entry-level reasoning skills in candidates for graduate-entry medicine and dentistry programmesRoberts, Christopher; Rothnie, Imogene; Zoanetti, Nathan; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Medicine Faculty OfficeValidating a multiple mini-interview question bank assessing entry-level reasoning skills in candidates for graduate-entry medicine and dentistry programmes, Medical Education, vol.43, N/A,pp 350-359
2013When should students learn about ethics, professionalism and patient safety?Jeffery, Heather Elizabeth; Klein (nee Kehoe), Linda Ann; Rothnie, Imogene; Walton, Merrilyn; Van Staalduinen, Samantha; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Medicine Faculty Office; School of Public Health: Public HealthWhen should students learn about ethics, professionalism and patient safety?, The Clinical Teacher, vol.10, 4, 2013,pp 224-229