SIU School of Medicine

Neurology Clerkship

End of Clerkship Evaluation by Student

Name:

(Please Note:  Your name will not appear on any reports.  We are collecting this information only for tracking purposes)

Class Year:

End Week of Clerkship:

1.  Objectives and Organization

1.   This course was well-structured and organized.  I knew what to do and where to be most of the time.

Yes

No

Comments:

2.   I saw an adequate number of patients to meet my learning needs.

Yes

No

Comments:

3.   I saw a sufficient variety of patient problems to meet my learning needs.

Yes

No

Comments:

4.   The workload in this course was appropriate for my learning needs.

Yes

No

Comments:

5.   Core educational opportunities in this course were comparable with those of my peers.

Yes

No

Comments:

6.   Faculty contact in this course was adequate (for example, faculty members were available, and observed my presentations and exams).

Yes

No

Comments:

7.   Faculty Members provided constructive feedback throughout the course to help me improve my clinical skills.

Yes

No

Comments:

8.  The faculty were professional role models in this course.

Yes

No

Comments:

9.  As a student I actively participated in patient care, my opinions were considered, and my assigned responsibilities were commensurate with my training.

Yes

No

Comments:

10. The course prepared me for end-of-clerkship examinations.

Yes

No

Comments:

11. Overall, by the end of this course my history and physical exam skills improved.

Yes

No

Comments:

12. Residents were effective teachers and contributed positively to my learning.

Yes

No

Comments:

13.  Has an attending physician, resident or staff member ever belittled or denigrated a specific specialty in your presence?  Yes     No

SIU Faculty member

Resident

Non-SIU community attending physician

Staff member

If yes, please elaborate: 

14. Has an attending physician or resident ever made negative comments to you personally about your choice of specialty?  Yes     No

SIU Faculty member

Resident

Non-SIU community attending physician

Staff member

If yes, please elaborate: 

Faculty Members as Effective Teachers

This faculty member is an effective teacher and/or facilitator. (Please rate only the Attendings that you have worked with in the clinic setting.)

Strongly
Agree
5


4


3


2

Strongly
Disagree
1

Tamer Abdelhak, MD

Thomas Ala, MD

Nicole Atwood, AGACNP-BC

Allen B. DevlescHoward, MD

Mona Elsayed, MD, Msc

James Gilchrist, MD

Erin Hascup, PhD

Michelle Johnson, AGACNP-BC

Sajjad Mueed, MD

Najib Murr, MD

Paula Rauschkolb, DO

Fazeel Siddiqui, MD

Cindy Womack, RN, MSN, FNP-BC, CNRN

Charlene Young, RN, MSN, FNP

Ronald Zec, PhD

Comments:

Residents as Effective Teachers

This Resident is an effective teacher and/or facilitator. (Please rate only the residents that you have worked with in the inpatient service.)

 

Strongly
Agree
5


4


3


2

Strongly
Disagree
1

Emmanuel Akano, MD

Shilpa Chaku, DO

Ahmad ElKouzi, MD

Zara Fatima, MD

Nauman Jahangir, MD

Bridget Jones, MD

Nadeem Khan, MD

Nikaullah Mian, MD

Alex Michael, MD

Lokesh Rukmangadachar, MD

Rajesh Sadasivuni, MD

James Tanner, MD

Vismay Thakkar, MD

Comments:

Nurse Educator as Effective Resource

This Nurse Educator is an effective facilitator.

Strongly
Agree
5


4


3


2

Strongly
Disagree
1

Carolyn Holmes, MSN, RN-BC

Comments:

Overall rating of the Neurology Clerkship

Excellent (5)

Very Good (4)

Good (3)

Fair (2)

Poor (1)

Please identify the strengths of the Neurology Clerkship.

Please identify ways to improve the Neurology Clerkship.

Have you personally experienced or witnessed student abuse during this clerkship?  Yes   No 

Comments:

In this clerkship was an appropriate amount of time devoted to basic science concepts?   Yes   No 

Comments:

Additional Comments:  

Thank you for completing this evaluation.  We value your opinions.

 


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