Employing Kirkpatrick's evaluation framework to determine the effectiveness of health information management courses and programs.

  title={Employing Kirkpatrick's evaluation framework to determine the effectiveness of health information management courses and programs.},
  author={Donald Nick Rouse},
  journal={Perspectives in health information management},
Evaluation of the impact and effectiveness of courses is necessary so that strengths and weaknesses can be identified and improvements made. This article uses Kirkpatrick's evaluation framework to present a model that health information management (HIM) instructors can use to improve upon the standard course evaluation form. Kirkpatrick's model stresses evaluation on the levels of reaction, learning, behavior, and results. The proposed course evaluation model addresses the first three of these… CONTINUE READING

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