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A critical study about the faculty members' evaluation models


Farin Tatari , Akram Gazerani , Atefeh Dehnoalian , Ali Gharahzadeh‎

Abstract

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.


How to cite this article:
Tatari F, Gazerani A, Dehnoalian A, Gharahzadeh‎ A. A critical study about the faculty members' evaluation models . J Adv Pharm Educ Res 2020;10(2):71-6
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