CRISH - MOOC evaluation questionnaire
Welcome to the evaluation questionnaire for CRISH's MOOC!
Procedure is very simple:
After carefully watching the whole CRISH MOOC, please answer the following related questions.
There is only one valid answer per question.
You'll need to score 10 points in this questionnaire before attending the face-to-face course but you can repeat the questionnaire as many times as you want.
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How is co-creation understood in CRISH?
A set of methodologies to evaluate patient experience.
An attitude to improve your leadership and the economic value of innovation.
An approach to include different voices in a design process.
None of the above.
What are the main reasons to foster co-creation and Responsible research & innovation (RRI) in health?
For Instrumental reasons: co-creation and engagement are a means to achieve greater legitimization, confidence or trust, for instance, from the public or from industry, leading to greater investment, to acceptance of innovations, etc.
Normative reasons: co-creation and engagement are the right thing to do to improve the process in a democratic society, irrespective of the outcomes.
Substantive reasons: co-creation and engagement are a means to establish a broader knowledge base to achieve better outcomes.
All the above are correct.
Which stakeholders should be engaged in health research?
It is always necessary to engage patients with researchers.
The previous answer is correct but we also need to engage other researchers in complementary disciplines, Industry representatives, policy makers and civil society organizations.
The level of engagement and the diversity of stakeholders with whom to engage will vary depending on the complexity of the problem we are trying to solve.
At what phases of the process is it more critical to engage citizens in health research?
During the analysis of the problem and the definition of the Research & Innovation priorities.
During the co-definition and co-execution of the Research & Innovation projects.
During the implementation of the results in the shape of products, services, processes or policies.
Engagement and co-creation can be relevant at all phases of the process. The more complex the problem is, the more co-creation will be needed.
Now you are more familiar with the reasons for involving the patients and public in research, why you would involve patients and public in health research? Please choose the FALSE answer.
It can lead to research being more relevant to the population it addresses.
Ethically, all stakeholders affected by a decision should be consulted about it.
It is a way of recruiting participants to a study.
If the public pay for research or health services through taxes, they should have a say in how the money is used.
Which of the following is an example of patient and public involvement?
When patients are subjects in a clinical trial.
When members of the public attend a lecture about the results of a research study.
When patients and members of the public have a say in how research is designed.
When researchers agree what is best for patients and the public.
Please select which of the sentences below are true in relation to Innovation in Healthcare.
The main challenge the Healthcare systems are facing today is its sustainability: an increase in health expenditure caused by an aging population, the rise of chronic diseases and the implementation of new technologies, coupled with unlimited resources.
Countries with an advanced health system are under pressure to provide more services rather than derive value from the services provided.
Innovation in healthcare must be developed to simultaneously pursue three dimensions: better health, better patient experience and better use of resources
Innovation in healthcare always focuses on providing new products and services.
First and third answers (starting at the top) are correct.
Second and fourth (starting at the top) answers are correct.
What is the correct order of the different phases of a project life-cycle?
Definition of the project -> Selection and Priorization -> Evaluation -> Planning and Execution -> Monitoring (all along the different phases).
Selection and Priorization -> Evaluation -> Planning -> Definition -> Execution -> Monitoring (at the end of the project).
Selection and Priorization- > Definition -> Planning -> Execution -> Evaluation and Monitoring (at the end of the project).
Selection and Priorization -> Definition -> Planning -> Execution -> Evaluation and Monitoring (all along the different phases of the project).
Why is it essential to take into account patient experience in care processes? Choose the FALSE answer.
To identify unmet needs.
To evaluate the patient's understanding of his/her disease.
To help healthcare professionals establish priorities.
To decrease the cost of care for the patient.
Which of these elements mentioned in the video is fundamental in health education?
A continuous communication between healthcare professionals and patients.
To bring about changes in the patient's lifestyle.
Avoid offering complex treatments to patients who do not have enough previous knowledge.
Learn how to self-manage the disease.
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