Medical Education Technology and Evaluation

Medical Education Technology and Evaluation (MedEDTechEval)


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Educational Development and Evaluation
Division of Medical Education

From the American Evaluation Association  http://www.eval.org/p/cm/ld/fid=51

Excerpt: 

Resulting Principles. Given the diversity of interests and employment settings represented on the Task Force, it is noteworthy that Task Force members reached substantial agreement about the following five principles. The order of these principles does not imply priority among them; priority will vary by situation and evaluator role.

A. Systematic Inquiry: Evaluators conduct systematic, data-based inquiries about whatever is being evaluated.

B. Competence: Evaluators provide competent performance to stakeholders.

C. Integrity/Honesty: Evaluators ensure the honesty and integrity of the entire evaluation process.

D. Respect for People: Evaluators respect the security, dignity and self-worth of the respondents, program participants, clients, and other stakeholders with whom they interact.

E. Responsibilities for General and Public Welfare: Evaluators articulate and take into account the diversity of interests and values that may be related to the general and public welfare.

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