Assessment and Evaluation of Medical Students. Dr. Heidi Combs Dr. F. Curt Bennett. This is not the reaction we want the student to have when their grade is posted for the clerkship but sometimes this is how they feel!. How does this happen?.
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Dr. Heidi Combs
Dr. F. Curt Bennett
This is not the reaction we want the student to have when their grade is posted for the clerkship but sometimes this is how they feel!
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“You are a great student and you are doing a really nice job. Keep up the good work!”
“You are exactly where I expect you to be, you are going to receive a pass for the rotation”
“I am on fire, I am rocking this rotation. I am going to get honors. WooHoo look at me!”
“a pleasure to work with”
“will be a great pediatrician/physician” (don’t predict the future; describe the present)
Provide descriptive feedback for student on strengths and areas needing improvement. (Not for use in the Dean’s MSPE unless there is a pattern across clerkships.) (Question 20 of 24)
Student should continue to be assertive in seeking out patient care opportunities and also in volunteering his knowledge and opinions on ward rounds.
Required Summary of Performance:
Provide summary of overall performance based on clerkship’s objectives and the student’s achievement in all areas of evaluation. (Comments for use in the Dean’s MSPE.) (Question 21 of 24)
Student did an excellent job on his pediatric clerkship. His inpatient team found him to be totally reliable and could depend on him to know his patients, do excellent H&Ps, and present patients on rounds. He demonstrated great interpersonal skills and established wonderful rapport with his patients and their families. He read about his patients' problems and constantly sought to learn. Student also impressed during his time in the outpatient clinic and was described as professional, mature and hard-working.