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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Medien in der Hochschullehre : eine Analyse der Beratungs- und Qualifizierungsbedarfe zur Förderung des Einsatzes digitaler Medien in der Hochschullehre an der Universität Duisburg-Essen am Campus Duisburg / Media Supported Academic Teaching : the needs of the lecturers at the Campus Duisburg

Danwitz, Frank von 14 July 2004 (has links)
survey (n=296) about the needs of the lecturers for media supported academic teaching...

Vadovo kompetencijos ugdymo modelio kūrimas ir taikymas organizacijoje / The development of the manager’s competence training model and its application in organization

Okuneva, Kristina 26 June 2014 (has links)
Šiandienos rinkos sąlygos ir nuolatiniai pokyčiai, siekiant išlikti unikaliais ir konkurencingais rinkoje, verslininkus verčia gebėti greitai reaguoti ir adaptuotis. Žmonių ištekliai ir sėkmingas vadovavimas prilyginami aukštiems įmonės rezultatams ir įgyvendintiems tikslams. Kaip vieną svarbiausių uždavinių, siekiant užsibrėžtų tikslų, galima įvardinti vadovo kompetencijas. Sėkmingai įmonės veiklai kompetencijas ne tik labai svarbu turėti ar įgyti, bet ir atitinkamai jas ugdyti pritaikant prie besikeičiančių sąlygų, atsirandančių inovacijų ar kintant profesiniems reikalavimams ir žinių bagažui. Efektyviam mokymo(si) procesui ir lėšų panaudojimui, kuriami kompetencijos ugdymo modeliai. Tyrimo objektas - vadovo kompetencijos. Apklausa internetiniame portale vykdyta dvi savaites. Darbo struktūra ir apimtis. Darbą sudaro įvadas, 3 dalys, išvados. Pagrindinė darbo medžiaga aprašyta 69 puslapiuose, įskaitant 17 lentelių ir 26 paveikslų. Taip pat pateikiami 3 priedai. Panaudotos literatūros sąrašą sudaro 57 šaltinių. / The entrepreneurs seeking to be unique and competitive in the market need to have an ability to react and to adapt quickly because of today’s market’s conditions and constant changes. Human recourses and successful management are equated to high company’s results and implemented aims. As one of the most important aims seeking settled tasks could be named management competence. It is very important to have or to develop the competences for the successful company activity, but it is also very important to develop the competences adopting them to the changing environment, new innovations or to the changing professional requirements and knowledge baggage. For the effective competence development we need to create manager’s competence training model. The object of research work – manager’s competences. Internet interrogatory was realized in two weeks. The structure of work. The search work consists of introduction, 3 parts and conclusions. The main part is described in 65 pages, including 17 charts and 26 pictures.

A validity and reliability study of the objective structured clinical examination /

Roberts, Kirsten Colleen. January 2007 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Washington, 2007. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 92-97).

Client and provider experiences of multicultural competence in community mental health

Smith, Caroline Anne, active 21st century 18 September 2014 (has links)
A major problem in the United States is the existence of inferior mental healthcare outcomes for racial and ethnic minorities compared with their European American counterparts. The federal government has documented the existence of mental health disparities for racial and ethnic minorities, and has called for more culturally sound healthcare practices at the provider level. Sue et al.'s (1982, 1998) widely accepted theory of cultural competence in counseling highlights the importance of certain provider qualities, including being aware of their biases about human behavior, appreciative of the diverse worldviews of their clients, and skilled in working with culturally diverse clients. However, it remains unclear if clients are able to observe and measure to what extent providers are considerate of their sociocultural context and needs. Further, the relationship between provider and client experiences of provider multicultural competence has not been sufficiently addressed in the literature. The current study used hierarchical linear modeling to examine how providers' self-reported multicultural competence, based on multiple measures, impacted client perceptions of multicultural competence in the community mental health setting. A unique aspect of the study was that it examined differences in ratings of clients who had the same provider. The study also examined how ethnic identity development, and majority or minority status match of race and ethnicity self-label affected the relationship between provider behaviors and client perceived multicultural competence. Results indicated that clients tend to view some providers as being more multiculturally competent than others. The aspect of self-reported multicultural competence that explained a significant amount of variance in client ratings was the sensitivity of providers to client needs. Ethnic identity development was not found to explain differences in perceived multicultural competence of providers. Match of client and provider based on reported racial and ethnic majority or minority status had a positive, significant impact on how clients rated their providers' multicultural competence. The current study offers a launching base for the implementation of culturally competent practices at the provider level. It is an important addition to the field of counseling psychology to find that clients and providers in community mental health settings differentially measure and interpret multicultural competence. / text

A self assessment study of procedural skills in medical officers at District Hospitals in Region B Gauteng Province South Africa

Erumeda, Neetha Joe 19 January 2012 (has links)
Background The role of district hospital doctors in South Africa includes providing effective and efficient primary health care and referral of patients to more specialist care when needed. The doctors who work in these district hospitals have varying levels of clinical and procedural skills. Much research has been done on this topic in rural areas of South Africa; however there is insufficient information on the skills of doctors in urban district hospitals. The aim of this study was therefore to conduct a self-assessment study of procedural skills of medical officers in three district hospitals in Region B, Gauteng Province, which is mostly an urban area. It is hoped that the results of this study can be used to influence the development of appropriate training programs which will capacitate Medical officers to function effectively within the district hospitals. Methodology The study was a descriptive cross sectional study of all the doctors in all the three district hospitals in the region during the period of October 2009-November 2009 using a self-administered questionnaire. Doctors assessed themselves on 71 procedures considered to be required at district hospital level. Results The results show that there was varying level of self-reported competence in procedural skills among doctors, ranging from some procedures being performed independently to some performed with support, and to some where there was even unfamiliarity with certain procedures. There was some association between perceived overall competence in procedural skills with factors such as age, gender and years of experience, but no association with place of under graduate study, discipline and Family Medicine training. There was statistically significant association between age and overall anaesthetic competence (p=0.03), gender and overall competence in surgery (p=0.03), orthopaedics (p=0.02), urology (p=0.005), years of experience and overall competence in dermatology skills (p=0.02). Junior doctors reported higher competence in anaesthesia, whilst male doctors reported higher competence in surgical, orthopaedic and urology procedures. The organizational and management structure of the hospital where the doctors are currently working was also identified as a significant factor which affected the overall reported competence. Conclusion The study demonstrates that there are varying level of self-reported competence in procedural skills amongst doctors in urban district hospitals. This research study identifies the need for training in the procedural skills that the doctors have identified themselves as not competent to perform. Greater clarity regarding skills required of doctors in district hospitals is needed.

The analysis of growth strategy in Fine chemicals trading company

Lo, Chao-Lung 28 July 2010 (has links)
The effective way to a Taiwanese company for survival is base on ¡§growth strategy analysis¡C Base on analyze the outside environment and inside human recourses and capability of execution of a company ¡CWe think¡A for each company ¡A how to analyze and execute are very important subjects to them¡C The researches were concentrated in strategy and efficacy on running a company¡C Good strategy result in good profits in company¡C Different environment in different stage for different company in same strategy will not outcome the same results (profits)¡CThe basic resources are quality of manpower¡Ainside resources¡A outside resources¡A ability for execution¡A core competences¡A flexible process of integration¡C Beside the ability of execution and core competence¡A a preferable strategy is also key factor in growth¡A Right strategy and effective execution can achieve a target of growth to maintain a successful sustain growth in fine chemical industries for a trading company. As the demand of customers from this globalization and the life cycle is getting shorter. The profits and advantages are harder to sustain¡C We could emphasis core business competence and reducing the risk in our business by cooperate with suppliers and down stream users to maximum profit by long term relationship. For pursuing profit, we need to reducing cost and has our own competitive resources and capability. In order to create profits and growth, we need to maintain our sustainable advantages. IT capability is a good ability manage the vertical integration of supply chain and coalition in business.

A study on the Competence of Teachers in Public Junior High Schools

Yu, Fu-hao 09 February 2011 (has links)
There are many of powerlessness when Junior high school teachers cope with the current educational environment, especially in the discipline conflicts. First, the junior students in a violent storm period of physical and psychological changes, the mind has not yet fully developed, impulsive and subject to peer pressure; the second is due on the teachers face students in the event if there is not enough capacity, it may result in improper handling has evolved into a conflict. The current state of concern to the community in school bullying, but also implies a teacher cannot control students, making the emergence of various student bullying. To avoid conflicts, tutors closest to students should establish good relationships with students. When conflicts occurred, tutor can also be a coordinator. Tutor plays an important role in dealing with the conflicts. This study use the way of critical incident, explore the competence of outstanding tutors in the face when dealing with conflicts. This study can be applied to establish the S.O.P. of dealing with student events, and teacher selection, assessment.

Assessing and improving innovation capability in organisations

Francis, David Louis January 2000 (has links)
No description available.

Reconceptualizing communication competence high performing coordinated communication competence, HPC3 a three-dimensional view /

Carpenter, Hilda Vivian. January 2006 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Fielding Graduate University, 2006. / Adviser: W. Barnett Pearce. "3" in the title appears in enclose character. Includes bibliographical references.

The role of medical simulation curriculum in developing acute care clinical competence in undergraduate medical students in South Africa

Jansen, Marvin Jeffrey 10 June 2022 (has links)
The study aim was to explore the role, including the limits and possibilities, of medical simulation as a pedagogical method in an undergraduate acute care clinical skills curriculum within a South African tertiary education environment. The study consisted of two phases. During phase one, I conducted a modified Delphi study to identify the acute care clinical skills competencies undergraduate medical students need to acquire to prepare them, in the role as newly qualified clinicians, for managing acute care cases within a South African in-hospital environment. Phase two explored what acute care clinical competencies would lend themselves to a medical simulation modality within a South African tertiary education environment, as well as exploring the role, the limits and possibilities of medical simulation as an educational modality in developing acute care clinical skills curriculum within a South African tertiary education environment. The data was collected through Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and semi-structured interviews with simulation experts within South Africa. The findings of the modified Delphi study contributed to developing a comprehensive list of undergraduate acute care clinical skills competencies, previously unavailable, for SA. The value of engaging with medical practitioners at the forefront of societal engagement such as practising medical practitioners, who on a day-to-day basis are exposed to the healthcare needs of society, became evident. Having empirically established a comprehensive set of acute care competencies for SA undergraduate medical education, phase 2 sought to identify the simulation modality/modalities that these competences would lend themselves to. Thereafter, pesent the SimSMART framework for curriculum developers exploring the possibility of implementing simulation as pedagogy in their context. The findings were significant as they provided curriculum developers with contextually relevant literature to consider which competencies would best be suited to medical simulation as pedagogy, which is particularly important when considering the resource constraints within developing world contexts. The findings provided valuable insights into complex contextual issues such as the effects of the Apartheid legacy on teaching within health sciences, communication, and social inequality.

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