We share feedback about the online course “Quality Management in Healthcare”
Friends, let us remind you that our online educational courses are open for free access during martial law in the country.
As many as 797 students registered for the third enrolment of the course “Quality Management in Healthcare.” This time, we eased the requirements for completing the course — the participants’ could send us the final work optionally, and it was not mandatory to obtain the certificate. To receive a document certifying completion of the course, participants had to score 75 points. However, we are pleasantly surprised by the number of works received from you and are very happy about it!
Register for the course using the link here —> https://bit.ly/3buQ2W1.
Thank you for your feedback to everyone who completed the evaluation form at the end of the final week. We are already processing your answers and will consider them, so our course will be relevant and valuable to you. The topics of continuous improvement and customer service became the most exciting and practical for the course participants. The topic of knowledge management has been the most difficult.
We share some feedback with you:
- “Thank you for your recommendations for additional material. The difficulties were that the study fell at the end of the year when I had a busy schedule at work. In addition, the topic is new for municipal institutions. The current quality assessment is disconnected from the current needs of patients. A positive thing is the opportunity to re-listen to some materials and systematize the studied material for yourself. Thanks for the course!”
- “Thank you for this course. I learned a lot of new information. Some things, such as the concept of continuous development, I understood only thanks to you. I wish all lecturers and organizers success, health, and a peaceful sky!”
Remember that you can adjust the subtitles’ quality immediately in the video by clicking the “settings” button because not everyone can adapt the subtitles in the main videos. Also, some participants were dissatisfied with the lack of Ukrainian translation of additional English-language videos. We consciously did not translate additional English-language videos into Ukrainian since English is necessary for medical professionals in the modern world. Many valuable primary sources are available exclusively in English. We hope that this approach inspired the students of the course to become interested in learning English.