Coaching in Medical Education : A Faculty Handbook
Take home points
- Program evaluation depends on the goals; the clearer they are, the more effective the program will be.
- Evaluation models are powerful tools, but expertise in using them is critical.
- Evaluation begins before, and continues after, the intervention itself.
- Success criteria should be defined and stakeholders’ participation ensured before choosing evaluation measures.
Elza Mylona and Richard Van Eck. "Evaluating Coaching Programs" (2019). Teaching, Leadership & Professional Practice Faculty Publications. 33.