The QEP established a goal for all students graduating from MD Anderson's School of Health Professions to be fully competent as critical thinkers prepared with both the content expertise and experience in critical thinking necessary for success in their chosen profession. To achieve this goal, student learning outcomes and a faculty instructional outcome were developed. The faculty instructional outcome is:
- The faculty of the School of Health Professions will develop and implement curriculum and instruction to support critical thinking skills in each program area.
Progress for achieving the faculty instructional outcome is monitored using a combination of six measures: pre- and post-session evaluations, faculty development session evaluations surveys, curriculum inventories, portfolio assessments, instructional observations and faculty satisfaction surveys. Combined, these measures inform the QEP committee of the progress towards effective implementation of the QEP framework and its components related to the faculty outcome. These are combine with the student outcomes to provide a comprehensive approach to assessing the impact of the QEP on student learning.
Note: Links to documents within the Quality Enhancement Plan website are password protected and require a login to MD Anderson's Box system.