To the Editor:—Recently, the JGIM published an interesting article by Fluit et al. on the systematic review of clinical teaching assessment instruments. They searched various databases from 1976 through March 2010 and ultimately selected 32 instruments. Unfortunately, their search strategy (available online) failed to detect the Systematic Evaluation of Teaching Qualities (SETQ) instrument. We want to correct this omission in the review since the SETQ is the most widely used clinical teaching assessment instrument in the Netherlands, and the development, validation and feasibility details of the SETQ instruments have been published in both English and Dutch literature. 1,2 Indeed, an English article published in a top specialty journal has been online since September/October 2009
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