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Table 4 Agreement on sections that should contribute to the assessment of the portfolio

From: The national portfolio for postgraduate family medicine training in South Africa: a descriptive study of acceptability, educational impact, and usefulness for assessment

  Supervisors n=23 (%) Registrars n=26 (%) P-value
Achieving the goals in the learning plan 22 (95.6) 23 (88.4) 0.36
Achieving the required number of entries for specific items e.g. number of observations 20 (86.9) 15 (57.7) 0.02
Evidence of improvement during the year e.g. improvement in rating of skills 21 (91.3) 20 (76.9) 0.17
Evidence of critical reflection on one’s experience, growth and development e.g. reflections on rotations 23 (100.0) 23 (88.4) 0.09
Assessments by the supervisor e.g. at the end of rotations 23 (100.0) 24 (92.3) 0.17
Assessments given for specific items in the portfolio during the year e.g. assignments included in the portfolio 20 (86.9) 23 (88.4) 0.87
The logbook satisfactorily completed 22 (95.6) 22 (84.6) 0.20
The overall presentation and layout 17 (73.9) 19 (73.1) 0.95