Ferris, H., McKenzie, K., Thomas, K. and Craig, A., 2007. The link between post-qualification experience and self-confidence ratings in two problem-solving domains: a study of radiation therapists. Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 6 (4), pp. 225-228.
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Recognising one’s abilities and limits in clinical tasks is a valuable part of professionalism. This study investigated the self-ratings of problem-solving confidence of radiation therapists (RTs) in two domains: clinical scenarios and critical thinking items (CTIs). We divided the 60 participants into three groups based on post-qualification experience (PQE), and found that greater PQE was linkedwith higher selfrated confidence for clinical scenarios, but not for CTIs.
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|Deposited By:||Dr Kevin Thomas|
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