2012
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2753.2012.01879.x
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The 2011 Program Evaluation Standards: a framework for quality in medical education programme evaluations

Abstract: Based on our experience, the third edition needs to be used as a reference document in all stages of evaluations of medical education programmes.

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“…Mini Evaluation Exercise assesses the medical residency's professional behavior from the clinical supervisor's perspective [7,8]. Our search of the literature, however, could not find a tool that was developed to assess professional behavior and clinical competencies development from a graduate perspective, although they are one of the stakeholders in medical education [9].…”
Section: Many Evaluation Tools Have Been Developed To Assess a Doctormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mini Evaluation Exercise assesses the medical residency's professional behavior from the clinical supervisor's perspective [7,8]. Our search of the literature, however, could not find a tool that was developed to assess professional behavior and clinical competencies development from a graduate perspective, although they are one of the stakeholders in medical education [9].…”
Section: Many Evaluation Tools Have Been Developed To Assess a Doctormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Similarly, Ruhe and Boudreau stress that evaluations should be shaped by stakeholders values, perspectives and needs, which may be diffuse or implicit, and that the use of evaluation findings is optimized when they are brought into the open through dialogue. 33 In a (self-)reflective and thus hermeneutic learning practice, dialogue is crucial: the evaluator should invite people to develop new, shared ways of seeing and acting together. Dialogue therefore implies consensus, based upon shared meanings and stories.…”
Section: A Participatory Approach To Cess Evaluationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(Posner, 2004). While evaluating a curriculum, some reviewers may use CIPP, Logic, or any other model relevant to curriculum evaluation (Frye & Hemmer, 2012;Ruhe & Boudreau, 2013). If a reviewer uses the CIPP model, which involves the evaluation of context, input, process, and product of a program's value, curriculum viability can provide a road map for evaluating different areas of the curriculum with an additional value of already defined inhibitors.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%