Analysis: docs' self-assessment of competence is not accurate

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An analysis in JAMA co-written by Dave Davis, MD, suggests physicians' self-assessment of competence is not very accurate. Thirteen of the studies demonstrated little, no or an inverse relationship between self-rated assessments; seven demonstrated positive associations.
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