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Keshmiri F, Ponzer S, Sohrabpour A A, Farahmand S, Shahi F, Bagheri-Hariri S, et al . Contextualization and validation of the interprofessional collaborator assessment rubric (ICAR) through simulation: Pilot investigation. Med J Islam Repub Iran. 2016; 30 (1) :742-749
URL: http://mjiri.iums.ac.ir/article-1-3877-en.html
Department of Clinical Science and Education, Södersjukhuset, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, & Associate Professor, Educational Development Center, Department of Medical Education, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran. , mandana.shirazi@ki.se
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Background: Simulation can be used for educating, evaluating and assessing psychometric properties of an instrument. The aim of this study was to contextualize and assess the validity and reliability of the Interprofessional Collaborative Assessment tool (ICAR) in an Iranian context using simulation.

  Methods: In this descriptive study, contextualization of the ICAR was assessed through several steps. Firstly, validity assessment was approved through expert panels and Delphi rounds. Secondly, reliability assessment was done by arranging a simulation video and assessing reproducibility, test-retest (ICC), internal consistency (Cronbach's Alpha) and inter-rater reliability (Kappa).The participants included 26 experts, 27 students and 6 staff of the Standardized Simulation Office of Teheran University of Medical Sciences.

  Results: Contextualization and validity of the ICAR were approved in an Iranian context. The reliability of the tool was computed to be 0.71 according to Cronbach´s Alpha. The test-retest was calculated to be 0.76.

  Conclusion: The Iranian ICAR can be a useful tool for evaluating interprofessional collaborative competencies. The development of the instrument through a simulation scenario has been a positive prospect for researchers.

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Type of Study: Original Research | Subject: Medical Education

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