Podiplominio sveikatos vadybos mokymo kursų kokybės įvertinimas
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The article aims to present a case study and share international experience how practical foreign assistance has been used for the development of local health management training program and to evaluate program's outcomes by studding opinion of the participants. Methods: A case study has two parts: the first is to describe program outline and organization using comparative analysis method. The second is to use quantitative and qualitative assessment of the opinion of program's participants. Evaluation of the program was done using two types of questionnaires: daily evaluation and overall evaluation with enclosed and open questions aiming to evaluate the needs, motivation of stakeholders participated in the course, curriculum of the course, quality of lecturers, course organization. Likert's 5 grades scale was used. Sensitivity of the questionnaires was tested by interviewing 7 participants and summarizing, how they do understand the questions. A few corrections in questionnaires after this have been made. Questionnaires have been distributed to all 200 participants of 3 health management training courses in Lithuania. 185 responses have been received (respon-se rate 93 percent). The questionnaires statistically processed using Statistical package "Statgrafics plus". Open questions with suggestions were synthesized by academicians using consensus method.
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