Podcast: High-Stakes Assessments for Doctors in Rural Australia

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Posted By Sarah Elkins

I spoke recently with Lex Lucas, who is the online services manager at the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), a professional organisation for rural and remote medicine education and training.

Rural doctors accredited with ACRRM usually live in very remote areas, and completing an assessment in a major city could require spending days away from their practice. The introduction of Questionmark Perception means that assessments can now be taken in the local community, and doctors can stay where they’re needed. Questionmark Live has also been used successfully to track question versions and revisions, strengthening the integrity of the assessment process. ACRRM’s experience is a great example of how online assessment management can help solve unique challenges!

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