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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52446
Doc. No:TL22400
Call number:‭MR57443‬
Main Entry:Marilyn Lockyer
Title & Author:Formative evaluation of a course on the conduct of clinical research for healthcare professionalsMarilyn Lockyer
College:Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada)
Date:2009
Degree:M.Ed.
student score:2009
Page No:153
Abstract:This master thesis describes the formative evaluation of a clinical research management course for healthcare professionals at the King Faisal Heart Institute (KFHI) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Both the instruction and formative evaluation itself were conducted between November 2007 and May 2008. Sixty learning objectives were set and sequenced based on a needs assessment of KFHI staff (n=102). The formative evaluation plan was developed in accordance with the published method developed by Dick, Carey and Carey (2005). As a research method, formative evaluation does not purport to assess student learning. Rather its central purpose is to investigate the adequacy of the instructional materials for learning and make suggestions for revision. During the design review stage of this formative evaluation, four design reviewers conducted independent reviews of the instructional materials. During the expert review stage, three reviewers evaluated the methods of instruction and instructional materials, the pre- and post-tests questions, as well as the content, language, and grammar. In the one-to-one review stage, three reviewers evaluated the instruction and instructional material for clarity and impact on learner attitude and achievement. Finally, during the small-group stage of the formative evaluation plan, the evaluator tried out the instruction and instructional materials with 31 learners. The evaluator examined for the effects caused by the changes made in the one-to-one review and identified remaining learning problems. The results from the research were used to make changes in the instructional materials for the Clinical Research Management Course.
Subject:Education; Health education; Higher education; 0745:Higher education; 0680:Health education
Added Entry:Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada)