• Original article (Public health administration) •
CHEN Wei, FEI Jian, YU Yu-ping, LI Guo-hong, GONG Zhen-ye
Objective To investigate the current status of academic leaders in Shanghai third level hospitals under the precondition of competency and explore competency evaluation indexes, which have application value and significance for cultivating, introducing, and evaluating academic leaders. Methods Core competency elements were investigated by literature reviews, Delphi, and behavioral event interview. Competency evaluation indexes for academic leaders in clinical disciplines of Shanghai third level hospitals were established via transcription text, competency coding, and dictionary compilation and the number of evaluation indexes was determined. Results Characteristic competency items were extracted through interviews with the academic leaders. A total of 27 competency evaluation indexes of academic leaders in clinical disciplines of Shanghai third level hospitals were proposed after supplementation and modification. Conclusion This study is based on competency evaluation indexes. It is a helpful attempt for the evaluation of academic leaders. Academic leaders don’t lack professional literacy. It is the personality that influence the degree, efficiency, outcome of developing disciplines. Evaluation of academic leaders via establishment of competency evaluation indexes can provide reference advice for hospital discipline development.
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CHEN Wei, FEI Jian, YU Yu-ping, LI Guo-hong, GONG Zhen-ye. Establishment of competency evaluation indexes for academic leaders in clinical disciplines of Shanghai third level hospitals[J]. , doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1674-8115.2016.04.021.
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