A core group of professionals with expertise in outcomes assessment, educational testing and measurement is responsible for evaluating how well the CTSC is achieving its goals - both across the researcher community overall and also within each core resource. They address whether or not the CTSC achieves explicit goals in promoting multidisciplinary clinical investigation, and whether our activities are distinguishable in tangible ways in type, number, and scope from research that exists without CTSC assistance.
In addition to evaluating the CTSC, this core group is available to assist researchers identify, measure and evaluate their programs and research studies
This Core Resource is focused on meeting professional program evaluation standards of utility, feasibility, propriety, and accuracy as well as adhering to five principles: systematic inquiry, competence, integrity/honesty, respect for people, and responsibility for general and public welfare. They provide:
Core Resource Leadership