Gender and preceptors' feedback to students

Brenda S. O'Hara, Sue A. Maple, Stephen P. Bogdewic, Robert M. Saywell, Terrell W. Zollinger, Christopher P. Smith

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    Abstract

    To determine whether evaluation comments differed based on preceptors' and students' genders, preceptors' evaluations of medical students were analyzed. Preceptors tended to comment on the same themes in the same proportions, regardless of gender. However, women preceptors commented about 'Personality/Maturity' and 'Personality/Character' more frequently for men students than they did for women students. Conversely, women preceptors commented about 'Clinical Skills-Negative' more frequently for women students than for men.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Number of pages1
    JournalAcademic Medicine
    Volume75
    Issue number10
    StatePublished - Jan 1 2000

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    gender
    Personality
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    Clinical Competence
    maturity
    evaluation
    Medical Students
    medical student

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    O'Hara, B. S., Maple, S. A., Bogdewic, S. P., Saywell, R. M., Zollinger, T. W., & Smith, C. P. (2000). Gender and preceptors' feedback to students. Academic Medicine, 75(10).

    Gender and preceptors' feedback to students. / O'Hara, Brenda S.; Maple, Sue A.; Bogdewic, Stephen P.; Saywell, Robert M.; Zollinger, Terrell W.; Smith, Christopher P.

    In: Academic Medicine, Vol. 75, No. 10, 01.01.2000.

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    O'Hara, BS, Maple, SA, Bogdewic, SP, Saywell, RM, Zollinger, TW & Smith, CP 2000, 'Gender and preceptors' feedback to students', Academic Medicine, vol. 75, no. 10.
    O'Hara BS, Maple SA, Bogdewic SP, Saywell RM, Zollinger TW, Smith CP. Gender and preceptors' feedback to students. Academic Medicine. 2000 Jan 1;75(10).
    O'Hara, Brenda S. ; Maple, Sue A. ; Bogdewic, Stephen P. ; Saywell, Robert M. ; Zollinger, Terrell W. ; Smith, Christopher P. / Gender and preceptors' feedback to students. In: Academic Medicine. 2000 ; Vol. 75, No. 10.
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