Co-Developed Situational Judgement Test Shows validity for Predicting Residency Success

Co-Developed Situational Judgement Test Shows validity for Predicting Residency Success   May 20, 2020 at 2:39:25 PM EDT

Aldie, VA (May 20, 2020) - A situational judgement test (SJT) co-developed by the University of Minnesota Medical School and HR Avatar has demonstrated ability to predict success of medical students in their residencies.

An article published in Teaching and Learning in Medicine on 19 May, 2020 documents research that shows the co-developed assessment, which evaluates professionalism as well as interpersonal and communication skills, may be of value as a selection instrument to help organizations choose residents. The article may be accessed here.

The assessment, known as the University of Minnesota Health Care Professionalism SJT is currently available to all HR Avatar customers. However, qualified residency organizations can obtain free access for one year to evaluate the assessment as a selection tool. Interested parties can sign up for this free trial and download accompanying curricula materials here.

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Founded in 2009, HR Avatar is a privately held Virginia Corporation based outside Washington, D.C. in Aldie, VA. HR Avatar offers a broad catalog of pre-employment assessments, including over 200 simulation-based, whole-person assessments in multiple languages. Additionally, the company provides selection-focused video interviewing services and secure remote test proctoring.

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