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Abstract

Background

Feedback from faculty members and residents is a critical component

of undergraduate medical education. Little is known about how

students assess the adequacy of feedback from faculty and residents.

Purpose

To report medical students’ evaluations of clinical teacher feedback

and to determine if students assess feedback given by residents

differently than they assess feedback given by faculty.

Methods

Data were retrospectively collected from medical students’ responses

to end-of-clerkship questionnaire items that evaluated feedback from

residents and attending physicians. The mean ratings of faculty

feedback in four clerkships were compared with the mean ratings of

resident feedback within each academic year from 1998 to 2002.

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