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Evaluation Criteria

Each submission will be reviewed by at least four members of the STFM Education Committee. Here are evaluation criteria: 

Workshop, Seminar, Symposia, and Lecture-Discussion

  • Relevance to medical student education
  • Originality and/or innovativeness 
  • Clarity of goals and objectives 
  • Clarity of plan for actively engaging participants 
  • Quality of proposed content 
  • Adequacy of proposed time frame 
  • The abstract is clearly written 
  • Overall quality of proposal

Completed Research Project 

  • Clear educational goals/objectives for the session
  • Intro/background supports the need for this work
  • Appropriate evaluation/study methods used
  • Results and conclusions well described
  • The work will be useful for other programs
  • Originality and/or innovativeness
  • The abstract is clearly written
  • Overall quality of proposal

In-Progress Research Project

  • Clear educational goals/objectives for the session
  • Intro/background support the need for this work
  • Project well described
  • Likelihood of successful completion
  • Potential for future development/implementation
  • Originality and/or innovativeness
  • The abstract is clearly written
  • Overall quality of proposal

Posters

  • Title clearly reflects abstract content
  • Relevance to family medicine and student education
  • Project is interesting, original and/or innovative
  • The abstract is clearly written

Scholarly Topic Roundtable Discussion

  • Title clearly reflects abstract content
  • Relevance to family medicine and student education
  • Project is interesting, original and/or innovative
  • The abstract is clearly written

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