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THE METAEVALUATION OF A FACULTY OF MEDICINE UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
  • Albena Gayef,
  • Gökhan Ilgaz,
  • Celal Karlıkaya
Albena Gayef
Trakya University Faculty of Medicine

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Gökhan Ilgaz
Trakya University
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Celal Karlıkaya
Trakya University Faculty of Medicine
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Abstract

Metaevaluation is a systematic review of an evaluation for the purpose of determining the quality of the processes and findings of the evaluation. This research aims to make use of a metaevaluation process to assess and identify strengths and potential weaknesses associated with the Faculty of Medicine Curriculum Evaluation. Stufflebeams1 Program Evaluations Metaevaluation Checklist was used in the study. The Checklist consist of the attributes which are utility, feasibility, propriety, accuracy and evaluation accountability. A total of 30 standards quality distributions were determined as excellent (10%), very good (20%), good (23.33%), fair (36.67%), and poor (10%). The results were also analyzed in terms of attributes and utility, feasibility and accuracy standards are at a “good “level, but that the propriety and evaluation accountability are not at a sufficient level. Evaluation accountability is at very low level, which is poor. It can be said that the percentage of ratings of the standards rated as “good” and above was 53.33%. In medical education, education programs should be evaluated effectively and continuously as well as systematically. The overall findings in the metaevaluation of the undergraduate medical education program showed that the evaluation is successful in many ways. Key Words: Metaevaluation, Faculty, Medicine, Undergraduate, Medical Education