Table 4

Assessment of CBE at the 22 institutions

Characteristic

Number (Percentage)


Evaluation of the curriculum

There is a CBE curriculum

20 (90.9)

The curriculum have goals and objectives

18 (81.8)

The curriculum has clear intended CBE outcomes

16 (72.7)

The curriculum has an evaluation plan

9 (40.9)


Implementation of CBE and resources available

There are community training sites

18 (81.8)

CBE site tutors are used

18 (81.8)

Learning takes place in the right context

18 (81.8)

Learning is self directed

15 (68.2)

There is immediate feedback to trainees

18 (81.8)

Libraries available

6 (27.2)


Assessing for collaborative / social learning

Live in community or at a community hostel

8 (36.3)

Work on a group project

19 (86.4)

Work on individual project

11 (50.0)

Learn and participate in multidisciplinary teams

11 (50.0)

Write a group report

19 (86.4)

Write individual reports

17 (77.3)

Linked with alternative medical practitioners

10 (45.5)


Instruction methods:

Lectures

20 (90.9)

Seminars

11 (50.0)

Workshops

8 (36.3)

Small groups

18 (81.8)

Learning problems

11 (50.0)

Case studies

10 (45.5)

Assignments

20 (90.9)

Skills demonstration

22 (100.0)


The learning context:

Urban /periurban areas

15 (68.2)

District headquarters

7 (31.8)

Schools

15 (68.2)

Health centers or district hospitals

22 (100.0)

In homes

17 (77.3)

With non-government organizations

9 (40.9)


Kaye et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2011 11(Suppl 1):S4   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-11-S1-S4

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