A critical study about the faculty members' evaluation models
Background: Evaluation has history and antiquity in higher education, and it is the functions of universities’ human resource management. In higher education, faculty members are one of the most important assets, and institutions’ success depends on favorable effectiveness of faculty members' performance. Therefore, the design and implementation of the evaluation process and ensuring their optimal performance are essential. Methods: This study was conducted using the methodology of critical review. Keywords were selected, and extensive and structured search of texts were conducted. 262 titles were retrieved. Then, according to purposive sampling, screening of texts was conducted in three stages: (A) Initial or title screening, (B) Secondary screening, (C) Tertiary screening. 41 articles were analyzed. Results: The results suggested that merit review system and mission-based system have been appropriate models for evaluating the faculty members at the universities of medical sciences.
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