Students' satisfaction with their health and social care educational programmes: qualitative findings from the UK
AbstractThis article reports a qualitative assessment of students' satisfaction with their health and social care educational programmes. The responses of 66 students who completed an open-ended "comments" section at the end of a survey to assess students' satisfaction were coded and analysed using the constant comparative method. Respondents commented on: course organization, module organization, workload, module content, course delivery, personnel delivering modules, course workload and assessment, and resources available. The findings suggest that 3 interrelated factors are imperative for "educationally effective" modules: 1] module administration, content and assessment; 2] module teams and university resources; and 3] module relevance
El Ansari, W., Davis, T. & Pearson, D. (2007). Students' satisfaction with their health and social care educational programmes: qualitative findings from the UK. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117331
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 13 (4), 925-938, 2007
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