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E*Value & MedHub
JANUARY 2017: We are excited to announce that we will be migrating from E*Value to MedHub, which is simpler to use, includes mobile access, and offers new features over E*Value. We have created a project wiki to keep you up-to-date on the project.
The timeline for launching MedHub is as follows:
- March 2017: GME MedHub Administrators Go Live
- June 2017: GME Faculty and Learners Go Live
- October 2017: UME Administrators Go Live
- January 2018: UME Faculty and Learners Go Live
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
E*Value is the UCSF School of Medicine’s online evaluation tool. It is used to allow students to provide anonymous, specific feedback on all aspects of their medical school experience, including course instructors, small group leaders, coaches, course curriculum and content, and much more. SOM Faculty utilize E*Value to evaluate and track student progress during clinical training, project work, and other interactive activities. In these situations, evaluations are set to be "reciprocal" between students and instructor. Evaluations are composed of objective questions with a 5-point response scale and a section for comments.
E*Value generates e-mail notifications specific to each student or faculty member that alert them to pending evaluations. Evaluations completed within E*Value are anonymous, unless the user chooses to self-identify. In addition to email notifications, E*Value is accessible from the MedStudent Portal, and users can retrieve login information on the E*Value homepage via the “Forgot Password?” link and instructions on the next page.
Educational Evaluations - Find all additional information, procedures, and policies related to E*value and Educational Evaluations in the UCSF School of Medicine
E*Value in GME - Discover how E*value is being utilized in UCSF Graduate Medical Education