Interests: Management / Monitoring and Evaluation
In a report of a WHO scientific group on the future of new imaging technologies in developing countries it was stated that “the difficulties in making accurate diagnosis from ultrasound images are such that the purchase of ultrasound equipment, without making provision for the training of an operator, is contrary to good healthcare practice and is unlikely to be cost effective. Proper training and experience are required, preferably with teachers who are highly skilled and who have practised ultrasound for many years.
The course targets individuals seeking post graduate training and practical experience in developing program evaluation skills. Its designed with focus on meeting the needs of mid-level monitoring and evaluation professionals seeking to advance their knowledge is how to plan, design, manage and undertake evaluations in “real world” settings.
Distance education through a comprehensive self-study guide developed by experts in the field supported by 2 -day interactive contact session.
At the end of this course, participants should be able to:
Assessment is summative and students are required to complete an assignment within 3 months after attending the workshop. The completed assignment is submitted to the FPD for assessment.
Accredited, according to the HPCSA’s Medical and Dental Board Guidelines for Healthcare Professionals for 30 Ethical CEUs on level 2.
To qualify for the certificate of completion for this short course, participants should fully attend the workshop as well as successfully complete the assessment process.