Harold G.J. Bok
Harold G.J. Bok
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
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Curriculum development for the workplace using entrustable professional activities (EPAs): AMEE guide no. 99
O Ten Cate, HC Chen, RG Hoff, H Peters, H Bok, M van der Schaaf
Medical teacher 37 (11), 983-1002, 2015
Programmatic assessment of competency-based workplace learning: when theory meets practice
HGJ Bok, PW Teunissen, RP Favier, NJ Rietbroek, LFH Theyse, ...
BMC medical education 13 (1), 1-9, 2013
Clarifying students’ feedback‐seeking behaviour in clinical clerkships
HGJ Bok, PW Teunissen, A Spruijt, JPI Fokkema, P van Beukelen, ...
Medical education 47 (3), 282-291, 2013
Development and validation of a competency framework for veterinarians
HGJ Bok, DADC Jaarsma, PW Teunissen, CPM van der Vleuten, ...
Journal of veterinary medical education 38 (3), 262-269, 2011
Believing is seeing: how people's beliefs influence goals, emotions and behaviour
PW Teunissen, HGJ Bok
Medical Education 47 (11), 1064-1072, 2013
Feedback-giving behaviour in performance evaluations during clinical clerkships
HGJ Bok, DADC Jaarsma, A Spruijt, P Van Beukelen, ...
Medical Teacher 38 (1), 88-95, 2016
Am I ready for it? Students’ perceptions of meaningful feedback on entrustable professional activities
CCMA Duijn, LS Welink, M Mandoki, OTJ Ten Cate, WDJ Kremer, ...
Perspectives on medical education 6 (4), 256-264, 2017
Teachers’ perceptions of aspects affecting seminar learning: a qualitative study
A Spruijt, I Wolfhagen, H Bok, E Schuurmans, A Scherpbier, ...
BMC medical education 13 (1), 1-10, 2013
When to trust our learners? Clinical teachers’ perceptions of decision variables in the entrustment process
CCMA Duijn, LS Welink, HGJ Bok, OTJ Ten Cate
Perspectives on Medical Education 7 (3), 192-199, 2018
Validity evidence for programmatic assessment in competency-based education
HGJ Bok, LH de Jong, T O’Neill, C Maxey, KG Hecker
Perspectives on medical education 7 (6), 362-372, 2018
Competency-based veterinary education: part 1—CBVE framework
LK Molgaard, JL Hodgson, HGJ Bok, KP Chaney, JE Ilkiw, SM Matthew, ...
Washington, DC: Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, 2018
Students’ motivation toward feedback-seeking in the clinical workplace
LH de Jong, RP Favier, CPM Van der Vleuten, HGJ Bok
Medical teacher 39 (9), 954-958, 2017
International survey of veterinarians to assess the importance of competencies in professional practice and education
HGJ Bok, PW Teunissen, TBB Boerboom, SM Rhind, S Baillie, J Tegzes, ...
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 245 (8), 906-913, 2014
Competency-based veterinary education: an integrative approach to learning and assessment in the clinical workplace
Perspectives on medical education 4 (2), 86-89, 2015
The development of entrustable professional activities for competency-based veterinary education in farm animal health
CCMA Duijn, O Ten Cate, WDJ Kremer, HGJ Bok
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 46 (2), 218-224, 2019
Collaborative development of a shared framework for competency-based veterinary education
SM Matthew, HGJ Bok, KP Chaney, EK Read, JL Hodgson, BR Rush, ...
Journal of veterinary medical education 47 (5), 578-593, 2020
Development of core entrustable professional activities linked to a competency-based veterinary education framework
LK Molgaard, KP Chaney, HGJ Bok, EK Read, JL Hodgson, SK Salisbury, ...
Medical Teacher 41 (12), 1404-1410, 2019
Programmatic assessment: Can we provide evidence for saturation of information?
LH de Jong, HGJ Bok, WDJ Kremer, CPM van der Vleuten
Medical teacher 41 (6), 678-682, 2019
Qualified but not yet fully competent: perceptions of recent veterinary graduates on their day‐one skills
C Duijn, H Bok, O Ten Cate, W Kremer
Veterinary Record 186 (7), 216-216, 2020
Developing a competency framework for pharmacy technicians: Perspectives from the field
TC Koehler, H Bok, M Westerman, D Jaarsma
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 15 (5), 514-520, 2019
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