A computerised method of monitoring and assessing undergraduate clinical activity

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This article describes the development and use of an electronic data acquisition system for monitoring and assessing the clinical activity of undergraduate dental students. The advantages of such a system over a paper-based one is that it can generate reports quickly and easily, showing the variety of clinical experience gained by the undergraduates and an assessment of the level of skill displayed. It also relieves academic staff of the tedious, repetitive task of collecting and collating data by hand

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Oliver, R., Chadwick, B., Jones, M. et al. A computerised method of monitoring and assessing undergraduate clinical activity. Br Dent J 181, 279–282 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.4809232

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