Evaluation Of Resident Performance
Residents are evaluated continuously during their training and this is broken down into 2 parts:
Specific tools are used to evaluate the resident during their day to day activities and during their clinical rotations. These include:
Directly Observed procedures evaluation(DOPS), these are submitted monthly.
Anaesthesia Clinical evaluation (Anaescex), these are submitted monthly.
Mutually agreed statements of training (MAST) forms filled with by a clinical rotation supervisor
Clinical case logbooks
Continuous assessment tests at least 3 times a year
These are the main exams written by residents twice during their training:
- Part 1 exam is written at the end of post graduate year 2 and is made up of:
1 MCQ paper
1 Modified essay question paper
Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
- Part 2 exam is written at the end of post graduate year 4 is made up of:
An approved dissertation
1 MCQ paper
2 modified essay question papers
Objective structured clinical examination.
The exams are moderated by two external examiners each time, one from the East African region and another from overseas.