Development and evaluation of a training program on OH Research and Surveillance in Turkey (article, 2019)

Development and Evaluation of a Training Program on Occupational Health Research and Surveillance in Turkey.

Braeckman L, Venema A, Adigüzel van Zoelen S, et al. Development and Evaluation of a Training Program on Occupational Health Research and Surveillance in Turkey. Occup Environ Med. 2019;61:417-423.
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This study aimed to increase knowledge and skills regarding occupational health surveillance and research in professionals (42 participants, adult learners). Several training modules were implemented in 2016. In the evaluation changes in knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy were assessed. The majority of the participants found the training relevant and interesting. The level of self-efficacy increased. After 1 year, the self-efficacy level decreased, but the level was still substantially higher than before the training. Feedback on the implemented training program was favorable. Participants were able to acquire and apply competencies in the subject matter in the short and long term.

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