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Table 4 Skills predominantly used by the graduates at their workplace

From: Enhancing public health practice through a capacity-building educational programme: an evaluation

(As reported by the graduates) (As perceived by the supervisors, peers and subordinates)
Data analysis Increased computer usage
Usage of computer software Improvement of PHC/infrastructure
Report making Conducting training sessions regularly
Record keeping Outbreak management
Logistics management (medicine) Timely financial/logistics management
Outbreak/epidemic management Monitoring and supportive supervision management
Patient counselling Improved staff discipline/staff mindset changed
Health promotion activities in relation to national programmes Development of programme guidelines
Problem-solving skills Improvement in quality of health services
Supervisory skills  
Organization of events, including workshops
Motivating staff
Ability to give technical inputs to higher officials
Prepare discussions from public health perspective
Effective programme implementation