McMaster University

McMaster University

Fall Results - Clinician Student Evaluation

Clinicians completed evaluations on 168 students (162 medical students and 6 nursing students). Only one data point was missing for one of the questions.

Competencies

Ratings and their Frequencies

Mode/mean & description

Most Common Comments

Exemplary (%)

Satisfactory (%)

Improvement Desired (%)

Respectful Listening (n=168)

73.2

26.2

0.6

3 - Exemplary

Student was receptive and asked questions.
Interjected appropriately.
Appeared interested.
Respectful.
Student was sensitive.

Accountability (n=168)

66.7

30.4

3.0

3 - Exemplary

Professional.
Was prepared.
Prompt in communications.
Dress and conduct appropriate.

Balancing Inquiry and Advocacy (n=167)

55.1

42.5

2.4

3 - Exemplary

Asked thoughtful/appropriate questions.
Interested in issues.
Made insightful comments.

Taking Experiential Education Seriously (n=168)

57.7

38.7

3.6

3 - Exemplary

Student was engaged in conversation.
Able to draw on own experiences.
Did not place much effort/quiet.
Gained insight into home care/roles.

 

The table below compares the ratings for the two sessions. The percentage of exemplary ratings has increased from spring to fall for all four competencies.

Competencies

Ratings and their Frequencies
Exemplary (%)
Satisfactory (%)
Improvement Desired (%)
Spring

Fall

Spring

Fall

Spring

Fall

Respectful Listening (n=163[S] & 168[F])

67.0

73.2

32.0

26.2

0.6

0.6

Accountability (n=164[S] & 168[F])

59.0

66.7

35.0

30.4

6.0

3.0

Balancing Inquiry and Advocacy (n=164[S] & 167[F])

53.0

55.1

46.0

42.5

1.0

2.4

Taking Experiential Education Seriously (n=164[S] & 168[F])

54.0

57.7

42.0

38.7

4.0

3.6

 

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