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SANCHEZ JACAS, Isolina; ESPINO LAO, Zaida  and  AGUERO SANCHEZ, Omitsu. Impact of training management teams in Santiago de Cuba province . MEDISAN [online]. 2015, vol.19, n.9, pp.1121-1129. ISSN 1029-3019.

Introduction: training is an academic element of postdegree, used in the preparation and training system for cadres. Objective: to evaluate the impact from the training management teams from Santiago de Cuba province, after 2 years. Methods: an investigation in systems and services of health was carried out whose sample was selected by convenience and it consisted on 120 cadres and substitutes who studied the training and they stayed in their responsabilities or they were promoted to another one during that period. For this purpose, the methodology established by the National School of Public Health was used, and criteria, indicators and standards were traced based on the thematic of some skills that were delivered during training. Also surveys were applied those trained and to their collaborators and a literature review was carried out. Results: in the series, cadres of the group 41-55 years and female sex prevailed; in the same way, more than the third part of the cadres had of 1-3 years in the responsability and other similar quantity, more than 6 years. The doctors represented the most frequent profession (46.0%), whose majority (60.0%) came from the substitutes or had been promoted from other responsability. When triangulating data, the criterium "meeting", with the subcriterium "duration time", "the non designation of a facilitator" and "the cadres presence was not necessary", were those of greater deviation with the standard. Conclusions: the evaluation was inadequate, because 82.6% of the criteria and 81.1% of the subcriteria obtained qualification of inadequate

Keywords : cadres training; training evaluation; health systems and services investigation.

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