Andrea Gingerich
Andrea Gingerich
Northern Medical Program, University of Northern British Columbia
Verified email at unbc.ca
TitleCited byYear
Rater-based assessments as social judgments: rethinking the etiology of rater errors
A Gingerich, G Regehr, KW Eva
Academic Medicine 86 (10), S1-S7, 2011
1412011
Seeing the ‘black box’differently: assessor cognition from three research perspectives
A Gingerich, J Kogan, P Yeates, M Govaerts, E Holmboe
Medical education 48 (11), 1055-1068, 2014
1142014
More consensus than idiosyncrasy: Categorizing social judgments to examine variability in Mini-CEX ratings
A Gingerich, CPM van der Vleuten, KW Eva, G Regehr
Academic Medicine 89 (11), 1510-1519, 2014
302014
What if the ‘trust’ in entrustable were a social judgement?
A Gingerich
Medical education 49 (8), 750-752, 2015
272015
Inter-rater variability as mutual disagreement: identifying raters’ divergent points of view
A Gingerich, SE Ramlo, CPM van der Vleuten, KW Eva, G Regehr
Advances in Health Sciences Education 22 (4), 819-838, 2017
142017
Problem-based learning tutors within medical curricula: An interprofessional analysis
A Gingerich, H Mader, GW Payne
Journal of interprofessional care 26 (1), 69-70, 2012
112012
Beyond hands‐on and hands‐off: supervisory approaches and entrustment on the inpatient ward
A Gingerich, V Daniels, L Farrell, SR Olsen, T Kennedy, R Hatala
Medical education 52 (10), 1028-1040, 2018
52018
Entrustment Ratings in Internal Medicine Training: Capturing Meaningful Supervision Decisions or Just Another Rating?
R Hatala, S Ginsburg, KE Hauer, A Gingerich
Journal of general internal medicine 34 (5), 740-743, 2019
42019
Questioning the rater idiosyncrasy explanation for error variance by searching for multiple signals within the noise
AM Gingerich
Maastricht University, 2015
22015
Remote hands‐on interactive medical education: video feedback for medical students
K Ho, A Gingerich, N Shen, S Voyer, C Weerasinghe, D Snadden
Medical education 45 (5), 522-523, 2011
22011
Twelve tips for clinicians dealing with uncertainty when assessing learners
I Scott, A Gingerich, KW Eva
Medical teacher 41 (8), 888-894, 2019
12019
Comparatively salient: examining the influence of preceding performances on assessors’ focus and interpretations in written assessment comments
A Gingerich, E Schokking, P Yeates
Advance in Health Sciences Education, 23, 2018
12018
Taken out of Context: Hazards in the Interpretation of Written Assessment Comments
S Ginsburg, JR Kogan, A Gingerich, M Lynch, CJ Watling
Academic Medicine, 2019
2019
Mapping the landscape of cataract surgery teaching assessment in Canadian residency programs
A Martens, R. Nathoo, N. Sidhu, R. Gingerich
Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology 54 (2), 155 - 158, 2019
2019
Comparing the ability of social judgment theories to explain rater variance in Mini-CEX assessments
A Gingerich, CPM van der Vleuten, G Regehr, KW Eva
QUESTIONING THE RATER IDIOSYNCRASY EXPLANATION FOR ERROR VARIANCE, 89, 2015
2015
Consistently variable Multiple points of view for a clinical performance predict ratings
A Gingerich, SE Ramlo, CPM van der Vleuten, KW Eva, G Regehr
QUESTIONING THE RATER IDIOSYNCRASY EXPLANATION FOR ERROR VARIANCE, 113, 2015
2015
learning experiences Beyond hands-on and hands-off: supervisory approaches and entrustment on the inpatient ward
A Gingerich, V Daniels, L Farrell, S Olsen, T Kennedy, R Hatala
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