Types and Timing of GME Training Program Evaluation Forms

Documentation of the following types of evaluation and results are needed prior to your site visit.  Contact the GME office (352-265-0152) if you’d like examples of any of the forms listed below.

Required Evaluations of Resident/Fellow

  • Semi-Annual Evaluation of Resident/Fellow (twice a year – before CCC meetings)
  • Summative/Final Evaluation of Resident/Fellow (once upon exit OR upon graduation of the program)
  • 360 Staff Evaluation of Resident/Fellow (at least twice a year)
  • Patient Evaluation of Resident/Fellow (at least twice a year)
  • Faculty Evaluation of Resident/Fellow by each Rotation/Experience Type (at end of each rotation; if rotations are two months or more in length, then at least every 2 months)
    • Longitudinal experiences such as continuity clinics, research, etc. if applicable (at least twice a year)
  • Peer Evaluation of Resident/Fellow (at least twice a year – before CCC meetings)
  • Self-Evaluation (twice a year — before CCC meetings)

Required Evaluations of Faculty

  • Resident/Fellow Evaluation of Faculty (at end of rotations)

Required Evaluations of Program for Annual Program Evaluation

  • Resident/Fellow Evaluation of Program (once a year – must be written; may include SWOT questions)
  • Faculty Evaluation of Program (once a year – must be written; may include SWOT questions)
  • Evaluation of Rotation (at end of rotation or required experience)
  • Graduate Evaluation of Program (ACGME suggests 1 & 5 year intervals)
  • Strengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats [SWOT] (required for self-study)

Other Examples of Optional Evaluations

(If mention these in program info uploaded to ADS, include with uploads)

  • Mini-CEX
  • Transfer of Care (of sender, of receiver)
  • Faculty Peer Evaluations
  • I-Pass Handoff Assessment Tool:  Receiver
  • I-Pass Handoff Assessment Tool:  Sender
  • I-Pass Handoff Assessment Tool:  Written
  • QI Project Evaluation
  • Research Project Evaluation
  • Evaluation of Lecture

Updated April 11, 2019