Implementing a coherent and coordinated curriculum, which prepares students for licensure exams and subsequent phases of their training, requires the concerted expertise and efforts of diverse stakeholders, including administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The Office of Program Evaluation, Education and Research (PEAR) is responsible for student evaluations of courses at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (SOM). In 2016, members of PEAR collaborated with the SOM Curriculum Committee to restructure the preclinical course review process to engage committee members more fully in monitoring courses. This poster summarizes evaluation processes, shares information on how other medical schools review preclinical courses, and elicits your feedback on evaluating courses in your department or professional program.
Jerabek, Roger; Rebecca Hartley; Nancy Shane; and Renee Quintana. "Engaging Stakeholders in Collaborative and Constructive Course Evaluation." (2018). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hsc_ed_day/12