20.0 Program Evaluation
20.1 It is the Program Directors responsibility to ensure all residents are afforded the opportunity of providing an evaluation of the rotation and their supervisors.
20.2 Each program must develop a process for program evaluation that safe guards resident confidentially.
20.3 Residents' evaluation of the program must be a regular agenda item for RPC meeting.
21.0 Policy Approval and Renewal
21.1 This document will be approved in its entirety by:
- Postgraduate Medical Education Committee
- The School of Medicine Academic Council
- Faculty Board for the Faculty of Health Sciences
21.2 This document will be reviewed and updated on an annual basis by the PGMEC
PGME Assessment, Promotion, & Appeals Policy (Revised March, 2012)
Last approved by:
Postgraduate Medical Education Committee, June 11, 2010
School of Medicine Executive Committee, January 18, 2011 (dissolved)
School of Medicine Academic Council, January 18, 2011
Faculty Board for the Faculty of Health Sciences
Postgraduate Medical Education Committee (carried March 21st 2012)
The School of Medicine Academic Council (carried May 15th 2012)
Faculty Board for the Faculty of Health Sciences (carried June 13th 2012, with Vice-Dean Medical Education title changed to Vice-Dean Education)
Queen’s University Senate (to be submitted to Senate for September 2012 meeting)
Please click on the links below to access the following Assessment, Promotions, and Appeals Policy sections:
RESIDENT ASSESSMENT PROCESS (including Appeals Process - see section 14.0)