Pre-clinical Reports

The Division's pre-clinical evaluation reports are available below. Click on the report cover to download the desired evaluation document.

Pre-clinical Reports

2009  

Annual Course Evaluation Report 2009-2010

Autumn quarter

Winter quarter

2009  

Annual Course Evaluation Report 2008-2009

Includes:

  • Year One: Q1 Year One Autumn Quarter
  • Year One: Q2 Year One Winter Quarter
  • Year One: Q3 Year One Spring Quarter
  • Year Two: Q4 Year Two Autumn Quarter
  • Year Two: Q5 Year Two Winter Quarter
  • Year Two: Q6 Year Two Spring Quarter
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Annual Course Evaluation Report 2007-2008

Themes include:

  • Quality of Instruction
  • Integration of Content
  • Course Organization
  • Quality of Exams/Assessments
  • Quality of Syllabi

 

Annual Course Evaluation Report 2006-2007

Themes include:

  • Excellence in teaching
  • Success in meeting learning objectives
  • Integration (within courses and with other courses)
  • Working in small groups
  • Course organization

Presented to the Committee on Curriculum and Academic Policy - January 9, 2008 (scheduled to present on the 9th).

 

 

 

 

January 26, 2007

 

Annual Course Evaluation Report 2005-2006

Themes include:

  • Excellence in teaching
  • TA instruction, exams, integration of curriculum. 
  • 360 degree evaluation of Scholarly Concentrations
  • Online Biochemistry
  • Physical Examination Task Force

Presented to the Faculty Senate - June 20, 2007

Presented to the Committee on Courses and Curriculum - May 9, 2007

 

 

 

 

August 11, 2005

 

Annual Course Evaluation Report 2004-2005

Themes include:

  • Excellence in teaching
  • Responsive faculty
  • Clinically-oriented courses (including Standardized Patient Interview training)
  • Problem sets (as a learning tool)
  • Active learning opportunities
  • Students valued integrative approach to curriculum
  • Communication between lecturers (to reduce unindented redundancies)
  • Scheduling
  • Quality of TAs (training)
  • Exams

School-wide Curricular Issues:

  • Need to create a task force devoted to infusing physical examination training throughout the curriculum, including pre-clerkship and clerkship training
  • Need to address time required to complete the Scholarly Concentration program

Presented to the Faculty Senate - September 21, 2005

Presented to the Committee on Courses and Curriculum - September 14, 2005

 

 

 

August 9, 2005

 

Annual Course Evaluation Report 2003-2004

Themes include:

  • Excellence in teaching
  • Responsive faculty
  • Clinically-oriented courses (including Standardized Patient Interview training)
  • Problem sets (as a learning tool)
  • Active learning opportunities
  • Students valued integrative approach to curriculum
  • Integration of curriculum (within courses and across courses)
  • Alignment of lecture, discussion, discussion sections, problem sets, and exams
  • Clinical relevance of courses
  • Communication between lecturers (to reduce unindented redundancies)
  • Scheduling
  • Administrative component of specific courses
  • Quality of TAs (training)
  • Exams

School-wide Curricular Issues:

  • Offer more physical examination training
  • Address Scholarly Concentration problem (length of time to complete the requirements)

Presented to the Faculty Senate - September 21, 2005

Presented to the Committee on Courses and Curriculum - September 14, 2005

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