Undergraduate Medical Education Program Evaluation Strategy

Approach To The Evaluation 2.1 KEY PRINCIPLES

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2.0 Approach To The Evaluation


The development and implementation of the UGME Program Evaluation Strategy is based on the following key principles:

2.1.1 Collaborative

The strategy presented in this document takes a collaborative approach to the evaluation of the UGME Program. The evaluation has been, and will continue to be, a negotiated process (Guba & Lincoln, 1989; Louie, Byrne, & Wasylenki, 1996; O’Sullivan, 2004). It is characterized by a significant degree of collaboration among key stakeholders including administration, faculty, and students in both its development and implementation (Cousins, Donohue, & Bloom, 1996; Stern, 1996). Because responsibility and decision making is shared by key stakeholders, the evaluation is responsive to the needs of the UGME Program as well as those of program stakeholders (O’Sullivan, 2004). It is anticipated that this collaborative approach will result in increased stakeholder cooperation and involvement in the evaluation and receptivity to the findings and will serve to build evaluation capacity within the College of Medicine.

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