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PHRM 519 Healthcare Delivery Systems Syllabus 2012 (3)

References are to be appropriately cited on a

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References are to be appropriately cited on a separate page at the end of each assignment. Teams are required to seek references from the medical and policy literature by conducting a literature search using PubMed or MEDLINE/Ovid and appendix their team’s PubMed or MEDLINE/Ovid search histories to the assignments. The paper must be submitted using the Digital Dropbox on the Blackboard website. - Each team will also be required to present a summary of their analysis during class and will be limited to a 10-minute presentation followed by 5 minute question and answer session (TOTAL TIME PER TEAM WILL BE 15 MINUTES). If the team chooses to use slides to deliver their final presentation, the slides need not be submitted to the Instructor. A list of potential topics as well as further details on the requirements for the project will be provided. Up to 20 points can be earned on the policy analysis, which will be graded using the rubric provided in Appendix B. This assignment meets course objectives # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 5. Team Member Evaluation (12 points): Each student will be evaluated by each of his or her team members based on participation in both group projects. THIS IS A PEER 5
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EVALUATION whereby you will have to rate your team members using an 8-item team evaluation questionnaire (to be electronically posted on the course Blackboard site). The eight items are answered in a rating scale format, ranging from “Never” to “Always” and include: 1. Team member communicated in a timely manner. 2. Team member was present for scheduled group meetings. 3. Team member was on time for scheduled group meetings. 4. Team member was adequately prepared for meetings. 5. Team member was respectful towards other members and their disciplines. 6. Team member cooperated with and listened to other team members. 7. Team member actively contributed constructive and appropriate ideas. The maximum score obtainable from this survey instrument is 40, since each of the 8 items has a maximum score of 5. The team points COUNTED TOWARDS THE COURSE GRADE will be calculated as the student’s AVERAGE survey score (average will be computed across all of his/her team members), multiplied by 3/10 (this is simply a conversion factor used to convert the survey score to course points). For example, a student with a survey score of “40” would receive 12 team points (=40*3/10, whereas a student with a survey score of “32” would receive 9.6 course points (=32*3/10). A maximum of 12 course points can be earned from this team evaluation. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT EVALUATE ALL OF THEIR TEAM MEMBERS WILL RECEIVE 0 (ZERO) TEAM POINTS . 6. Class Attendance (8 points): Students will earn a maximum of 8 points for class attendance. Weekly signature will be required using a paper sign-in sheet. The sheet will be passed around during the class and will be available at the front of the room at the end of class .
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