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NAAHP 2010 poster presentation on self-evaluation, external evaluation, an admissions outcomes validation of the competency-based holistic evaluation rubric implemented for GMU applicants over EY 2009 ...

NAAHP 2010 poster presentation on self-evaluation, external evaluation, an admissions outcomes validation of the competency-based holistic evaluation rubric implemented for GMU applicants over EY 2009 and EY 2010. All EY2011 data should be considered preliminary.

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  • Evaluation Criteria External assessment Recommendations Results Criteria aligns with articulated standards of admissions. Evaluation rubric is incorporated into preapplication, solicited evaluations, and committee evaluations. MSAC chair recommends each applicant and compares within pools. Competency-Based Prehealth Evaluations: Can Progress in “Holistic Admissions” Be Measured?
    • Academic foundation
      • science and non-science breadth/rigor
    • Scholarship and lifelong learning
      • problem-solving, research, entrepreneurship
    • Social intelligence
      • interpersonal, teamwork, collegial
    • Personal awareness
      • maturity, ethics, resiliency
    • Managerial experience
      • time, financial, project, leadership
    • Aesthetic or observational skills
      • visual/auditory, communication skills
    • Kinesthetic dexterity
      • Manual procedures
    • Communications skills
      • written/oral English, other
    • Knowledge of the profession and health care system
      • Evaluators usually cannot comment on specific fit with institutional mission and culture!
    Self-assessment (EY2011)
    • Newcomer : just starting out.
    • Novice : follows instructions without questioning.
    • Intermediate : memorizes steps, needs more practice.
    • Proficient : can perform the tasks satisfactorily (minor difficulties).
    • Competent : fluent; can improve the task/outcome by making minor adjustments.
    • Expert : tests improvements to tasks in a systematic manner.
    • Master : honored for exceptional skill development.
    Evaluators assessment (EY2011) Solicited Committee
    • No/Concern : general newcomer/novice to competency concepts; follows instructions without question.
    • General : can accomplish required tasks with some difficulty and requires more insight/practice
    • Confident : can accomplish required tasks but has difficulty with some complex tasks
    • Strong : general competency technique and can make minor modifications
    • Enthusiastic : innovative with execution of technique in unanticipated situations
    • Highly : consistently honored (especially by peer review processes) to be exceptional
    Committee evaluators are more discerning about applicants’ strengths and weaknesses and can provide a better 360-degree evaluation. All GMU (EY2010) All GMU Allopathic MD (EY2010) All GMU DDS/DMD (AADSAS EY2010) EY10 Accepted Programs: Albert Einstein, Creighton, Eastern Virginia, Georgetown, Howard (3), Meharry, St. George’s, Uniformed Services, Virginia Commonwealth, University of Virginia, Wright State Boonshoft. EY10 Accepted Programs: Howard (2), Midwestern (2), Tufts, UCLA, University of Pittsburgh, University of Southern California, Virginia Commonwealth University (5).
    • Applying the holistic rubric to overall evaluation of the rating apparently shows modest correlation to personal characteristics qualities desired by health professions programs that require institutional evaluation.
    • In these data a strong preference for GPA as a sole metric does not seem to be the main driver for decisions for applicants with a “general” or better evaluations though it may factor for being placed on waitlists.
    • Differences in specific applicant pools (MD vs. dentistry, see next panel) reveal additional information about the characteristics of applicants in each pool and the preferences made for admissions.
    32.6% 56/172 0.0% 0/11 18.75% 3/16 20.0% 9/45 35.5% 22/62 50.0% 18/36 66.7% 4/6 Overall 36.9% 24/65 0.0% 0/4 16.7% 1/6 18.75% 3/16 40.0% 10/25 56.25% 9/16 50.0% 1/2 EY2009 Accept% 29.9% 32/107 0.0% 0/7 20.0% 2/10 20.7% 6/29 32.4% 12/37 45.0% 9/20 75.0% 3/4 Accept% 3.43 52 3.19 7 3.39 5 3.33 17 3.49 14 3.74 9 No action 3.48 107 3.19 7 3.33 10 3.36 29 3.55 37 3.69 20 3.58 4 Total 3.39 5 3.79 1 3.36 3 3.06 1 Withdrew 3.65 12 3.75 1 3.66 1 3.63 8 3.68 2 Waitlisted 3.23 6 1.93 1 3.25 2 3.52 2 3.91 1 Interview 3.56 32 [GPA] [n] 3.44 2 3.45 6 3.61 12 3.62 9 GPA 3.47 n 3 Accepted Total Concern General Confident Strong Enthusiastic Highly All applicants 28.6% 30/105 0.0% 0/7 0.0% 0/5 19.2% 5/26 31.6% 12/38 37.5% 9/24 80.0% 4/5 Overall 35.4% 17/48 0.0% 0/2 0.0% 0/3 28.4% 1/11 44.4% 8/18 53.8% 7/13 100.0% 1/1 EY2009 Accept% 35.1% 13/57 0.0% 0/5 0.0% 0/2 26.6% 4/15 20.0% 4/20 18.1% 2/11 75.0% 3/4 Accept% 3.47 31 24.37 3.20 5 22.0 3.65 2 29.5 3.36 8 23.75 3.42 9 24.11 3.75 7 25.83 No action 3.51 57 25.52 3.20 5 22.0 3.65 2 29.50 3.41 15 24.86 3.51 20 26.47 3.73 11 25.1 3.58 4 26.75 Total 3.26 3 17.0 3.36 2 17.0 3.06 1 None Withdrew 3.66 9 28.11 3.66 1 31.0 3.65 6 28.83 3.68 2 24.5 Waitlisted 3.91 1 29.0 3.91 1 29.0 Interview 3.54 13 26.77 3.46 4 27.5 3.62 4 28.25 3.67 2 23.5 GPA 3.47 n 3 MCAT 26.0 Accepted Total Concern General Confident Strong Enthusiastic Highly All applicants 35.3% 18/51 0.0% (0/1) 25.0% (2/8) 17.62% (3/17) 33.3% (5/15) 80.0% (8/10) 0.0% (none) Overall 25.0% (5/20) 0.0% (none) 33.3% (1/3) 28.4% (2/7) 14.3% (1/7) 33.3% (1/3) 0.0% (none) EY2009 Accept% 41.9% (13/31) 0.0% 0/1 20.0% (1/5) 10.0% (1/10) 50.0% (4/8) 100% (7/7) 0.0% (none) Accept% 3.30 12 17.87 3.49 1 17.7 3.22 3 Not rep 3.30 7 17.82 3.32 1 18.3 No action 3.45 31 18.63 3.49 1 17.7 3.30 5 18.7 3.37 10 18.13 3.53 8 19.41 3.61 7 18.37 Total 3.37 1 Not rep 3.37 1 Not rep Withdrew 3.61 3 19.85 3.75 1 Not rep 3.55 2 19.85 Waitlisted 3.55 2 19.7 3.49 1 19.7 3.60 1 Not rep Interview 3.56 13 18.8 3.10 1 18.7 3.73 1 Not rep 3.56 4 19.48 3.61 7 18.37 GPA n DAT Accepted Total Concern General Confident Strong Enthusiastic Highly All applicants