Stefan K. Schauber
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Development of knowledge in basic sciences: a comparison of two medical curricula
Z Nouns, S Schauber, C Witt, H Kingreen, K Schüttpelz‐Brauns
Medical education 46 (12), 1206-1214, 2012
552012
Diagnostic performance by medical students working individually or in teams
WE Hautz, JE Kämmer, SK Schauber, CD Spies, W Gaissmaier
Jama 313 (3), 303-304, 2015
512015
The role of environmental and individual characteristics in the development of student achievement: a comparison between a traditional and a problem-based-learning curriculum
SK Schauber, M Hecht, ZM Nouns, A Kuhlmey, S Dettmer
Advances in health sciences education 20 (4), 1033-1052, 2015
362015
On the role of biomedical knowledge in the acquisition of clinical knowledge
SK Schauber, M Hecht, Z M Nouns, S Dettmer
Medical education 47 (12), 1223-1235, 2013
302013
Computer versus paper—Does it make any difference in test performance?
Y Karay, SK Schauber, C Stosch, K Schüttpelz-Brauns
Teaching and learning in medicine 27 (1), 57-62, 2015
242015
Can computer-based assessment enhance the acceptance of formative multiple choice exams? A utility analysis
Y Karay, SK Schauber, C Stosch, K Schuettpelz-Brauns
Medical teacher 34 (4), 292-296, 2012
192012
Do they know too little? An inter-institutional study on the anatomical knowledge of upper-year medical students based on multiple choice questions of a progress test
I Brunk, S Schauber, W Georg
Annals of Anatomy-Anatomischer Anzeiger 209, 93-100, 2017
142017
Factors predicting a change in diagnosis in patients hospitalised through the emergency room: a prospective observational study
SC Hautz, L Schuler, JE Kämmer, SK Schauber, ME Ricklin, TC Sauter, ...
BMJ open 6 (5), 2016
132016
Using the cumulative deviation method for cross-institutional benchmarking in the Berlin progress test
S Schauber, ZM Nouns
Medical teacher 32 (6), 471-475, 2010
102010
Why assessment in medical education needs a solid foundation in modern test theory
SK Schauber, M Hecht, ZM Nouns
Advances in health sciences education 23 (1), 217-232, 2018
92018
Accuracy of self‐monitoring: does experience, ability or case difficulty matter?
WE Hautz, S Schubert, SK Schauber, O Kunina‐Habenicht, SC Hautz, ...
Medical education 53 (7), 735-744, 2019
82019
Diagnostic error increases mortality and length of hospital stay in patients presenting through the emergency room
WE Hautz, JE Kämmer, SC Hautz, TC Sauter, L Zwaan, AK Exadaktylos, ...
Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine 27 (1), 54, 2019
72019
A validity argument for progress testing: examining the relation between growth trajectories obtained by progress tests and national licensing examinations using a latent …
Y Karay, SK Schauber
Medical teacher 40 (11), 1123-1129, 2018
62018
PTT: Progress Test Tiermedizin
C Siegling-Vlitakis, S Birk, A Kröger, C Matenaers, C Beitz-Radzio, ...
Deutsches Tierärzteblatt, 1076-1082, 2014
52014
Rating the quality of teamwork—a comparison of novice and expert ratings using the Team Emergency Assessment Measure (TEAM) in simulated emergencies
J Freytag, F Stroben, WE Hautz, SK Schauber, JE Kämmer
Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine 27 (1), 12, 2019
32019
Barriers to seeking emergency care during the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to higher morbidity and mortality–a retrospective study from a Swiss university hospital
WE Hautz, TC Sauter, AK Exadakytlos, G Krummrey, S Schauber, ...
Swiss Medical Weekly 150 (3334), 2020
12020
Long-Term Language Development in Children With Early Simultaneous Bilateral Cochlear Implants
OB Wie, J von Koss Torkildsen, S Schauber, T Busch, R Litovsky
Ear and Hearing, 2020
12020
Matters of detail: does basic science content support future learning?
SK Schauber, L Schalk
Medical Education 48 (7), 650-652, 2014
12014
What determines diagnostic resource consumption in emergency medicine: patients, physicians or context?
WE Hautz, TC Sauter, SC Hautz, JE Kämmer, SK Schauber, T Birrenbach, ...
Emergency Medicine Journal 37 (9), 546-551, 2020
2020
How sure can we be that a student really failed? On the measurement precision of individual pass-fail decisions from the perspective of Item Response Theory
SK Schauber, M Hecht
Medical Teacher, 1-11, 2020
2020
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