Assessment and Evaluation


Assessment of student achievement in the scientific basis of medicine will be done through various measurement methods to be performed during and after each semester. It is essential that students take part in the assessment and evaluation of every activity they perform within the semester, not just exams. The planned measurement methods to be used are:


The evaluation of technical skills and procedures components in clinical basis of medicine is based on "competence" in Phase 1. Students will be observed when they find themselves adequately skilled, either by recording the video and sending it to the trainers via the Blackboard Training Management System (BTMS) or by doing the training themselves. Students are expected to qualify for each defined skill. At the end of Phase 2, students will be required to demonstrate their competence in all clinical skill program components addressed up to that point in their OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) examinations, which is an integrated assessment.

Human, Society & Planet courses consist of professionalism, bioethics and law, planetary health, medical experiences and patient safety, and both the exams and the portfolio will contribute to the measurements they take place in the process.

Each of the clinical applications to be performed in Phase 3 will be measured separately. Here, written exams for information measurement, OSCE-like exams for skill measurement, and portfolio assessment for in-process activities.

Phase 4 includes one year of training, which is based on ''competence''. Every transaction made by the student in this evaluation will be recorded with the activity report card and the portfolio will be evaluated.

The most important principle in measuring and evaluating is the inclusion of all the achievements of the student in this process.