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Authors

  1. Blauvelt, Margaret J. MSN, RN, CNE
  2. Erickson, Cheryl L. MA, FNP-BC, RN, CNE
  3. Davenport, Nancy C. MSN, RN, CNE
  4. Spath, Mary L. PhD, RN, CNE

Abstract

Student evaluations are relied on heavily to provide feedback for teaching improvement and professional growth. However, their use as the primary source of performance feedback may be limiting. To add another dimension to faculty evaluation, a peer-review process for both clinical and didactic teaching was implemented. The authors describe the initiation and development of a peer-review process as a means to ensure comprehensive and multidimensional evaluation.