1 Holistic Admissions in the Health Professions Greer Glazer RN, CNP, PhD, FAAN Karen Bankston, RN, PhD Angela Clark, RN, MSN, PhD-c Jun Ying, PhD, Biostatistician *Funds made available by an NIH cooperative agreement and HRSA
2 What is Holistic Review? Flexible, individualized way of assessing student applicant considers students life experiences personal qualities traditional measures
3 Four Core Principles 1. Broad-based selection criteria linked to school mission and goals. 2. A balance of experiences, attributes, and academic metrics (EAM) are used, and applied equitably across the entire candidate pool. 3. Individualized consideration to how each applicant may contribute to the school and the profession. 4. Race/ethnicity may be considered. *adapted from AAMC materials
4 Research Questions How many schools are using holistic review, and to what degree? What has been the impact of holistic review on diversity and student success?
5 Survey Process Completed by one person responsible for admission at each health profession school Primary degree programs in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, public health and nursing Two-pronged approach to assessing use of holistic admission (self-reported and objective)
6 Reported Use 67% of schools surveyed across all health professions reported transitioning to a more holistic process over the past 10 years, while 8% said they are already using it. 75% of schools surveyed say they are currently using a holistic review process.
7 Extent of Use Few to no elements 14% Many elements 38% Some elements 48%
8 Impact 72% of survey respondents reported that diversity of the incoming class increased. 90% of respondents reported average GPA of the incoming class was unchanged or increased 96% of respondents reported graduation rates were unchanged or increased 91% of respondents reported that the average number of attempts for students to pass required licensing exams remained unchanged or improved
9 What about other outcomes? Outcome Student engagement with the community Cooperation and teamwork among students Student openness to ideas different from their own Outcome tracked AND school is using holistic admission 64% 16% 55% 10% 50% 4% Outcome tracked AND school is NOT using holistic admission Results are for all health profession schools (N=228)
10 Holistic Review Practices Evaluating applicant criteria related to specific mission or goals of the school Mission statement for admissions includes diversity Considering non-academic criteria alongside academic metrics in the initial screening process Selecting students from the waitlist by characteristics related to school s mission or goals Providing training for the admissions committee related to school mission and/or diversity
11 Holistic Review Practices 71% of schools that report using holistic review evaluating non-academic criteria in initial screening process 43% of schools that report using holistic review say non-academic criteria are of equal importance to academic metrics during the initial screening process
13 Implications What does this mean for universities? Universities have the potential to: 1. Increase diversity 2. Remove barriers for disadvantaged students *University changes to the admissions process should be evidence-based
14 HWCOM Diversity & Inclusion Strategies and the Admissions Process Cheryl D. Brewster, EdD Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
15 Florida International University We are the Our current enrollment exceeds 55,000 students. We are home to Aquarius Reef Base the world s only We offer more thanlab. 200 bachelor s, master s, and undersea research We are a leading urban public research university doctoral programs. focused on student learning, innovation, and We are ranked #24 out of 277 universities in the nation collaboration. based on our contribution to the public good. - Washington Monthly and We have 2 major campuses 5 centers in South Florida. We are the 4th largest public university in the U.S. We are #1 in the nation for awarding bachelor s and master s degrees to Hispanic students.
16 Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Our programs and faculty have received awards for improving Florida s health care system. Our curriculum reflects Our residency an innovative, Match 21st rates century exceed approach to health care and medical education. We are working boldly to create national not just great averages. physicians, but community leaders who think We are South Florida s first public medical school. holistically, globally, and locally. - John A. Rock, MD, Founding Dean Our USMLE pass rates and mean scores exceed national averages. We are achieving breakthroughs in the research lab. We are ranked the 9 th best medical school We achieved full accreditation in the nation by the for LCME Hispanics. in the shortest amount of time possible.
17 We are We are FIU the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
18 MISSION STATEMENT To lead the next generation of medical education and continually improve the quality of health care available to the South Florida community by: VISION Training physicians to serve South Florida's diverse population through a patient-centered curriculum instilling cultural competence, Providing Florida students greater access to medical education, and Fostering research to discover and advance medically relevant knowledge. To be South Florida's leader in providing clinically competent physicians to the local communities, and in discovering innovations in the science and delivery of medical care VALUES The conduct, ideals, and ethics that drive our operations: Integrity Scholarship Competence Nurturing Compassion
19 Green Family Foundation NeighborhoodHELP
20 What Is NeighborhoodHELP? A unique interdisciplinary educational model, that involves collaboration with our community partners to: 1. Expose medical, nursing, social work and other FIU students to the social determinants of health 2. Provide services to medically underserved communities by harnessing FIU s educational resources through an Urban Coalition
21 Educational Learning Experience Medical students connect to a household in the community for hands on learning about Social Determinants Of Health Multi-cultural Communities Interdisciplinary Team Skills Comprehensive Approach To Health Issues Framework To Manage Ethical Issues Cultivate Reflective Practice Develop socially responsible community engaged physicians
22 Green Family Foundation NeighborhoodHELP From September 2010 July 2014: FIU Medical, Social Work, Nursing, and Law Students Visits to Households Households participating in NeighborhoodHELP Members in the Households Decrease in the use of Emergency Room visits as a regular place of care
23 Panther Learning Communities Professional Development Leadership Community Service and Cultural Literacy Wellness Interpersonal Networking
24 Holistic Review Holistic review is a flexible, highly-individualized process by which balanced consideration is given to the multiple ways in which applicants may prepare for and demonstrate suitability as medical students and future physicians Under a holistic review framework, candidates are evaluated by criteria that are institution-specific, broad-based, and mission-driven and that are applied equitably across the entire candidate pool
25 Admissions 2015 Total Applications: 4289 Verified: 4130 Gender: Male 2195 (53%) Female 1935 (47%) Residency: Florida: 2066 (50%) Out of State: 2064 (50%) *As of 10/31/2014
26 Diversity Received Academically Ready Asian/Asian Indian: 923 (22%) 695 (75%) American Indian 0 0 Black/African American 444 (11%) 129 (29%) Hispanic 726 (18%) 438 (60%) White 1644 (40%) 1300 (79%) Other/Unknown/NR 393 (10%) 275 (70%) *Self Reported
28 Class of 2018 Class Profile
29 Residency WA CA UT WY IL WV VA NY NJ MD MA FL 82% 18% FL Residents Non - FL
30 Gender 50% 50%
31 Metrics Average Age Age Range Mean GPA Mean BCPM Mean MCAT 31
32 Designed to increase the pipeline of talented URMs 8 week residential program that involves: Research Shadowing Community Outreach Classroom time Meetings with distinguished faculty Workshops and seminars on AMCAS application process Informal MCAT Prep Cost: $4,000 per student
33 Annual Wertheim Conference
35 The Temple Option
36 The Temple Option: Rationale National research and a growing literature continue to stress that High-School GPA best predicts college success. Temple s research reflects national data. Test Optional supports President Theobald s vision to provide access to affordable and excellent education to a diverse student body.
37 The Temple Option: Rationale Temple is the largest Northeast public research university offering a truly test-optional admissions alternative. A parallel academic scholarship program will positively affect our yield among first-generation, low-income, underrepresented, and, especially, Philadelphia and other urban students. Honors strongly supports test-optional in order to improve its diversity.
38 The Temple Option: Background Assembled a team of College of Education faculty to discuss using motivational and developmental (noncognitive) attributes. Temple Staff included: Two Senior Vice Provosts The Director of Undergraduate Admissions The Senior Advisor for Institutional Research and Assessment.
39 The Temple Option: Background Faculty identified 7 dimensions to be considered as critical factors associated with success: Self-awareness Self-concept Self-Set Goals Attributions (of success, of failure) Coping Strategies Self-authorship Relevant experiences Drafted 8 short-answer essay questions. Field-tested questions with over 70 students at 7 area/suburban high schools.
40 The Temple Option: Secured University Approval Secured President s and Provost s endorsement to make the Temple Option the rationale for Temple s APLU/USU Transformational Planning Grant proposal. Presented the Temple Option twice to Council of Deans in two-hour meetings. Circulated proposed questions to Deans for comment. Secured Deans approval.
41 The Temple Option: The Program Students choose to submit test scores or test optional on the application. Once the choice is made, it cannot be changed. Test-optional students access the four short-answer ( words) questions via their student portal. Students are encouraged to answer in one sitting, but no effective time limit to the session.
42 The Temple Option: The Program Essays are read and scored by team of trained graduate students. Readers have only the essay to read, and have no other information about the student. Faculty team trains and monitors graduate readers. Scores are automatically recorded in Banner. Admissions counselors do not have access to a test-optional student s shortanswer essays during the application review.
43 The Temple Option: Continued Planning July-September -Continue pilot testing questions with RCC students and Honors students. -Establish minimum scores for admission into RCC, Emerging Scholars, and Honors Program. -Calibrate short-answer scores to accommodate access to merit scholarships. -Refine scoring protocol. -Test and refine Banner interface with scoring protocol. Create training protocol and recruit grad readers.
44 The Temple Option: Continued Planning October-December -Score Early Action candidates. -Continue to sample essay scores to test for consistency among readers. -Conduct evaluative retreat for readers. -Score regular admission test-optional once Early Action is complete.
45 The Temple Option: Continued Planning January-May -Prepare research protocol on Early-Action depositors, and add in regular test-optional depositors. -Begin to compare placement exam results with test-optional scores and test-submitters. -Begin Year Two preparations, including refining test-optional shortanswer questions, scoring, and grad reader training
46 The Temple Option: Continued Planning June-July -Field test short answer essays in preparation for Year Two. -Refine student access to web-based short-answer interface. August -Launch Year Two of test-optional pilot.
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