Program Evaluation

The goals of Program Evaluation are to continually and systematically monitor the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the College of Medicine’s educational programs and to promote educational scholarship.

The Office for Program Evaluation provides:

  • Education program evaluations and feedback
  • Monitored equivalency at geographically separated programs
  • Collaboration with Department Chairs; Course & Clerkship Directors
  • Continuous monitoring of LCME standards
  • Provides needs assessment to COM Education Center

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On the scene

Charles Hwang, M.D. ’13, practices emergency medicine beyond the ER

Bruce Mast, M.D., FACS, named associate dean of regional programs

The chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery will be responsible for developing regional clinical programs.