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Liberia's First Health Workforce Program Strategy: Reflections and Lessons Learned

Bernice Dahn, Lila Kerr, Tej Nuthulaganti, Moses Massaquoi, Marion Subah, Attila Yaman, Chelsea M. Plyler, Corrado Cancedda, Roseda E. Marshall, Regan H. Marsh
2021 Annals of Global Health  
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, we share lessons learned from the program's development and first years of implementation.  ...  With the goal of building a resilient and responsive health system to ensure access to essential services and the ability to respond to future crises, this strategy aimed to add 6,000 new professionals  ...  Most of all, we are grateful to the Government of Liberia and MOH for its continued leadership.  ... 
doi:10.5334/aogh.3242 pmid:34707975 pmcid:PMC8499710 fatcat:gaxcvhw66zdsxonmkrvbpwobde

An Administrator's Reflections [chapter]

Howard Rosen
1984 Employment and Training R&D: Lessons Learned and Future Directions  
One of the most im portant lessons we learned in administering the research and development programs is that ad hoc and unrelated projects do not, for the most part, have as great an impact as cumulative  ...  The new combined Of fice of Research and Development (ORD) adopted a policy that research had to be an integral component of all ex perimental and demonstration projects.  ...  Appendix Policy Lessons From Three Labor Market Experiments Gary Burtless Robert H.  ... 
doi:10.17848/9780880995580.ch3 fatcat:mzrtvrwubzdyjm3taeiyoj5mle

Designing and embedding authentic learning opportunities in a social work curriculum: Reflections and lessons learned

Eva Bowers, Margaret Pack
2017 Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work  
There is potential for the approach to be adapted and used as a reflective tool for established social workers.  ...  This article focuses on the authors' experiences of designing and developing authentic case scenarios to embed in learning in a four-year Bachelor of Social Work programme in Australia.METHOD: Assisted  ...  Critical reflection may not be an intuitive skill and teaching and learning environments can assist in developing comprehensive approaches to building reflective capabilities (Ryan, 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol29iss1id371 fatcat:s2mm2ncifbevlky5h2xsw27h5u

Learning From Bad Leadership: MBA Students Reflect on Bad Leadership and Lessons Learned

David Conrad, Ed.D., Susan Nash, Ed.D.
2013 International Journal of Business and Social Research  
An analysis of MBA students' beliefs regarding learning from bad leadership was conducted.  ...  Finally, analysis of the data revealed that bad leadership causes an erosion of trust, resulting in decreased contributions to the collective work effort.  ...  Learning From Bad Leadership: MBA Students Reflect on Bad Leadership and Lessons Learned David Conrad/Susan Nash Low employee morale and motivation.  ... 
doi:10.18533/ijbsr.v2i6.145 doaj:d9cb1316419b4f7fbd827b2ec57c70a9 fatcat:btw464y2sjhzdmmtbuxk74qdyu

Exploring the relationship between reflexivity and reflective practice through lesson study within initial teacher education

Penny Lamb, David Aldous, Penny Lamb and Po Yuk Ko
2016 International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies  
The authors would also like to acknowledge and thank the University of East Anglia Physical Education pre service teachers for their willingness to share their experiences of engaging in Lesson Study during  ...  Ball, S.J. (2003) The teacher's soul and the terrors of performativity, Journal of Education Policy, Vol. 18, No. 2,  ...  of reflective practice they adopt.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijlls-11-2015-0040 fatcat:glpvrzclujboje6hu4uyw4lysu

An Inter-University CBL Course and Its Reception by the Student Body: Reflections and Lessons Learned (in Times of COVID-19)

Paolo De Stefani, Ling Han
2022 Frontiers in Education  
and learning activities.  ...  The COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent restrictive measures adopted by the countries have significantly reduced the capacity of higher education institutions to carry out innovative international teaching  ...  was presented in sections findings and discussion and lessons learned.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.853699 fatcat:6v57obtjxbgovj3a6hz56ae2fq

The unpredictable truth: A proposed roadmap for a 'reflect-then-act' approach to climate uncertainties and lessons learned from Norwegian municipalities

2022 Weather, Climate, and Society  
political processes and systems.  ...  Thirdly, to change the way we address climate change uncertainties by moving from a predict-then-act to a reflect-then-act approach, implying that we must adapt to climate change even under high and various  ...  A new generation of action}And user-oriented climate change risk assessments" (UNCHAIN) funded through ERA-NET Cofund "Assessment of cross(X)-sectoral climate impacts and pathways for sustainable transformation  ... 
doi:10.1175/wcas-d-21-0078.1 fatcat:kgntygn36zfqzeamcj53lyzxhq

Reflecting on Corporate Governance in South Africa: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward

Marilee Van Zyl, Nadia Mans-Kemp
2020 Southern African Business Review  
Themes were then derived by conducting an interpretive thematic analysis.  ...  Findings: Interviewees commended the format and scope of the latest King Report but suggested that outcomes-based training should be offered to directors to ease implementation.  ...  Decaux and Sarens (2015) reported that the implementation of such a model is a learning process for organisations.  ... 
doi:10.25159/1998-8125/6654 fatcat:kxgnkvhv5janzfarje7c2djfzu

Systems approaches to innovation in pest management: reflections and lessons learned from an integrated research program on parasitic weeds in rice

Jonne Rodenburg, Marc Schut, Matty Demont, Laurens Klerkx, Gualbert Gbèhounou, Alfons Oude Lansink, Monique Mourits, Ton Rotteveel, Juma Kayeke, Aad van Ast, Louise Akanvou, Mamadou Cissoko (+2 others)
2015 International Journal of Pest Management  
Merits and challenges of an integrated multi-stakeholder and multi-level research project are discussed.  ...  This paper provides a retrospective look at a systems-oriented research program, on the increasing occurrence of parasitic weeds in rainfed rice in sub-Saharan Africa, to qualitatively assess merits and  ...  Acknowledgements Many research insights presented here come from the present and past PhD candidates of the PARASITE program: Ms. Stella Kabiri, Mr. Dennis Tippe and Dr. Simon N'cho.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09670874.2015.1066042 fatcat:7lfwdnysqrc2zifduiwd5riuim

Creating and implementing objective structured clinical exams for use in pediatric nursing education in Ghana: Reflections and lessons learned

Barbara Couper, Stephanie De Young, Mary Douglas, Sawdah Esaka Aryee, Roxana Salehi, Charity Djokoto, Augustine Asamoah
2022 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
This manuscript aims to reflect on the development of the OSCE stations, case scenarios, and rating materials, with particular reference to the methodological approach and lessons learned.  ...  We further reflect on the feedback from faculty and students pertaining to the usefulness of the OSCE as an assessment tool and the inclusion of standardized patients to assess communication skills.  ...  Bonnie Fleming-Carroll and Hannah Acquah along with a dedicated education team at SickKids and GCNM contributed significant expertise for OSCE development.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v12n6p9 fatcat:w4y6fw3hkjegbirgxqqcr7pjn4

Using Visual Timelines in Telephone Interviews: Reflections and Lessons Learned From the Star Family Study

Bethan Pell, Denitza Williams, Rhiannon Phillips, Julia Sanders, Adrian Edwards, Ernest Choy, Aimee Grant
2020 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
In this article, we reflect on the process of using visual timelines in 16 telephone interviews with women as part of the "STarting a family when you have an Autoimmune Rheumatic disease" study (STAR Family  ...  We conducted a thematic analysis of the audio-recorded interview data, using researchers' field notes and reflections to provide context for our understanding of the benefits of using timelines and to  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1609406920913675 pmid:33716600 pmcid:PMC7901046 fatcat:iqcexedhqjdixecgy6ytvshaim

The management of health library outreach services: evaluation and reflection on lessons learned on the VIVOS project

Alison J Yeoman, Janet M Cooper, Christine J Urquhart, Alyson Tyler
2003 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
The aim of the VIVOS project was to develop and evaluate methodologies, i.e., sets of methods, for determining the value and impact of "virtual outreach" information services in the health sector in the  ...  Identified factors that affect the successful roll-out and continued development of the projects included the need for help-desk type services to provide sustained support for new users to the services  ...  We are very grateful to all the staff at the sites who contributed to the VIVOS project, and particularly the library service managers: Liz Farrell, Valerie Haigh, Joan Hunter, Louise Jones, Pam Kitch,  ... 
pmid:14566373 pmcid:PMC209508 fatcat:76blakpc5zfnrpyanyiehyjoqq

ECRIF Framework System

Irfan Tosuncuoglu
2017 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
It is shortly a framework to help students learn new language and skills so that they can use them fluently and, it has to do with adopting a more learning-centered model of learning the lessons that the  ...  Consequently, we can infer by means of ECRIF framework does not how the lesson to be conducted, unlike it gives an idea to the teacher how the learning process is going on, and they can have an idea that  ...  And ECRIF can be applied in the following step. 1 1. to plan lessons and adapt course book materials (reflecting for action) 2. to assess where students are in their learning process during a lesson (reflecting  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v5i3.2175 fatcat:imus52numfbt7pmpam6dhjnanq

INSPIRE: An INtelligent System for Personalized Instruction in a Remote Environment [chapter]

Kyparisia A. Papanikolaou, Maria Grigoriadou, Harry Kornilakis, George D. Magoulas
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present the architecture of an Adaptive Educational Hypermedia System, named INSPIRE.  ...  The adaptive behavior of the system, the functionality of the various modules and the opportunities offered to learners for intervention are presented. S. Reich, M.M. Tzagarakis, P.M.E.  ...  This work was partially supported by the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Technology of the Greek Ministry of Industry under a PENED99 grant No 99ED234.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45844-1_21 fatcat:zhcvjiab5zb5leyhmlv4l54uke

A Recommendation System Operating after Assessment to Correct Learning Paths in a Content Adapting System

Yassine ZaouiSeghroucheni, Al Achhab Mohammed, Badr Eddine EL Mohajir
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In this paper we present a model of an adapting learning system based on a recommendation system, operating after assessment to correct learning path of the learners who have experienced difficulties in  ...  The approach aims to correct the learning path of the learners who have failed at the assessment, by calculating the similarities in behaviors between them and those who did, then recommend them the learning  ...  THE RECOMMENDATION SYSTEM The recommendation system that we want to develop is based on the calculation of similarity between the behavior of learners in the system, the study of behavior is an effective  ... 
doi:10.5120/16279-6061 fatcat:t4inelh52jcnvormhtojg77xwm
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