Peer reviews bolster hospitalists' confidence in teaching abilities

01/23/2014 | BeckersHospitalReview.com

Peer feedback was associated with improved confidence in teaching skills and peer evaluation among hospitalists, research indicated. However, it is unclear whether better confidence levels among hospitalists boost educational outcomes in residents and medical students, researchers wrote in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.

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