When Qpercom developed it's unique Observational Management Information System (formerly OMIS, now Observe) in 2007, it very much used a ‘bottom up’ procedure. This is analogous to how module coordinators and exam administrators developed their assessment stations according to the so called ‘check list approach’. This approach is very much focused on ticking the boxes of an item list similar to the lower technology (paper) forms that were used in those days.
Topics: eAssessment, competency based assessment, competency frameworks, competency management system, curriculum mapping, evidence based training, qpercom observe, clinical assessment, osces, qpercom observe feature
For some, it does not roll off the tongue upon first hearing it. We have received many a phone call in the office for 'Qwerpercom'. To set the record straight, here’s how it goes:
Topics: eAssessment, software development, branding, quality performance competency, clinical assessment, competency based assessment, evidence based training, EPAs, entrustable professional activities