Students

Evaluation and Assessment

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Students regularly evaluate the courses they take and the teaching provided by our faculty. Feedback from students plays an important role in informing the Office of Medical Education and our faculty regarding the quality of the educational experience our students receive.

Beginning in Year 1, students are required to evaluate our curriculum through an on-line data collection system called One45. Students are also required to occasionally participate in focus group sessions designed to evaluate specific aspects of our curriculum.

All data collected from students regarding the curriculum and faculty teaching efforts is maintained in a highly secure database and reported anonymously and only in an aggregated format. Completing course and teaching evaluations in a timely and professional manner is expected of all University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine students, and is an aspect of professionalism of which our students are evaluated.

Please email Gwen Shonkwiler or Cherie Singer for the Global Assessment of Student Professionalism form which clearly outlines our institutional expectations of all School of Medicine students.