Faculty Perceptions of Institutional Needs and Goals in an Osteopathic Medical Education Program

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The purpose of this study was to determine and compare faculty perceptions of areas of concern that have been identified by osteopathic medical education administrators as having a relationship to institutional needs and goal setting. Specifically, a Delphi research technique was used to examine faculty perceptions of osteopathic perspective in relation to (a) the philosophical and functional orientation of the curriculum; (b) actual design, structure, and implementation of the curriculum; (c) location and design of the physical facilities and the campus environment; (d) faculty issues of tenure, promotion, salary, and merit; (e) teaching, and the evaluation of teaching; (f) student ... continued below

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Fazio, Linda Stoll May 1984.

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The purpose of this study was to determine and compare faculty perceptions of areas of concern that have been identified by osteopathic medical education administrators as having a relationship to institutional needs and goal setting. Specifically, a Delphi research technique was used to examine faculty perceptions of osteopathic perspective in relation to (a) the philosophical and functional orientation of the curriculum; (b) actual design, structure, and implementation of the curriculum; (c) location and design of the physical facilities and the campus environment; (d) faculty issues of tenure, promotion, salary, and merit; (e) teaching, and the evaluation of teaching; (f) student characteristics and admissions policies; and (g) administrative structure and communication networks.

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Fazio, Linda Stoll. Faculty Perceptions of Institutional Needs and Goals in an Osteopathic Medical Education Program, dissertation, May 1984; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc330814/: accessed May 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .