OSATSObjective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills (medical assessment)
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Regarding OSATS, trainees appreciate the positive aspects of e.
Ahmidi et al [6] used scores generated from human experts such as OSATS which were then classified as expert, novices or intermediates based on the resulting score.
OSATS scores also were higher in the intervention group than the control group, but the difference was not statistically significant, perhaps due to the small numbers of procedures that could be evaluated.
Direct observation of real procedures using structured check lists based on OSATS can demonstrate high inter-rater reliability and test- retest reproducibility17.