Providing 360 Degree Multisource Feedback to Nurse Educators in the Country of Georgia: A Pilot Study Open Access

DeStephano, Christopher Carl (2011)

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Providing 360 Degree Multisource Feedback to Nurse Educators in the Country of
Georgia: A Pilot Study


By Christopher Carl DeStephano

Due to insufficient nursing education standards in the country of Georgia, fifteen nurse
educators participated in a train-the-trainer program. These educators are now offering
vocational education courses with plans to teach 2500 Georgian nurses over 3 years.
Using a 360 degree multisource feedback model, self, video, student, peer, and program
coordinator evaluations of teaching effectiveness were completed. After nurse educators
reviewed their results and identified areas for improvement, a questionnaire on the
perceived acceptability of teacher evaluation was completed. Of the 15 nurse educators,
93.3% indicated that nurse educators should receive feedback from self, student, peer,
and video evaluations, while 100% indicated that nurse educators should receive
feedback from the program coordinator. The accuracy and usefulness of the program
coordinator evaluation were rated the highest while the peer evaluation was rated the
lowest on these domains. This pilot study revealed that multisource feedback was
acceptable to Georgian nurse educators.

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Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction Introduction and Rationale Problem Statement Purpose Statement and Research Questions Significance Statement Chapter 2: Comprehensive Review of the Literature Country Profile- Country of Georgia Healthcare System in the Country of Georgia Strengthening Nurse Education in the Country of Georgia The Role of Faculty Evaluation in Medical and Nursing Education Formative Versus Summative Decisions 360 Degree Multisource Feedback Summary Chapter 3: Manuscript Abstract Introduction Methods Results Discussion References Chapter 4: Discussion, Conclusions, and Recommendations

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