Measuring trust in the examination system: some insights from the medical profession and elsewhere

If the examination system is to maintain its credibility within society, it is imperative that awarding bodies and their regulator make efforts to understand, measure, and engender public trust. Trust-based research, primarily from the medical profession, is reviewed to gain some insight into how best to develop a measure of trust in the examination system. A potential strategy for developing a measure of trust in the examination system is outlined, and the utility of such an instrument hinted at.

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