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‣ Quo vadis educação superior da Colômbia? Expansão, acreditação e internacionalização; Quo vadis higher education of Colombia ? Expansion, accreditation and internationalization

Robl, Fabiane
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 12/06/2015 Português
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Este trabalho tem por objetivo investigar o processo de expansão e internacionalização da ES em curso na Colômbia e suas relações com a acreditação. O estudo parte da problematização das recentes discussões sobre a alteração da Lei nº 30 de 1992, que rege a ES no país, visando permitir o funcionamento legal de IES privadas com fins lucrativos, atualmente vedado pela legislação. Para entender o caso colombiano apresentamos o contexto da expansão da Educação Superior na América Latina tal como ocorreu a partir da década de 1970, influenciado pelas mudanças sociais, culturais e econômicas ocorridas na região. Identifica-se que o auge do crescimento se deu a partir dos anos 2000, quando os sistemas de ES latinoamericanos foram pressionados pelo contexto competitivo do fenômeno da globalização e acompanharam a tendência mundial das reformas neoliberais, sendo marcado por uma ampliação da oferta baseada na diversificação de IES. Este fenômeno elevou a preocupação com a busca da qualidade, fazendo com que muitos países desenvolvessem políticas voltadas para a avaliação e a acreditação dos seus sistemas de ES. Constata-se inclusive, que com a crescente globalização e internacionalização dos processos educativos...

‣ Paradoxes of French accreditation

Pomey, M; Francois, P; Contandriopoulos, A; Tosh, A; Bertrand, D
Fonte: BMJ Group Publicador: BMJ Group
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /02/2005 Português
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 The accreditation system introduced into the French healthcare system in 1996 has five particular characteristics: (1) it is mandatory for all healthcare establishments; (2) it is performed by an independent government agency; (3) surveyors have to report all instances of non-compliance with safety regulations; (4) the accreditation report is delivered to regional administrative authorities and a summary is made available to the public; and (5) regional administrative authorities can use the information contained in the accreditation report to revise hospital budgets. These give rise to a number of paradoxes: (1) the fact that accreditation is mandatory lends itself to ambiguity and likens the process to an inspection; (2) the fact that decision makers can use the information contained in the accreditation report for resource allocation can incite establishments to adopt strategic behaviours aimed merely at complying with the accreditation manual; and (3) there is a tendency for establishments to reduce quality processes to nothing more than the completion of accreditation and to focus efforts on standardizing practices and resolving safety issues to the detriment of organizational development. All accreditation systems must be aware of these paradoxes and decide on the level of government involvement and the relationship between accreditation and resource allocation. With time...

‣ Establishment, Present Condition, and Developmental Direction of the New Korean Healthcare Accreditation System

Chang, Hoo-Sun; Lee, Sun-Hee
Fonte: The Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Publicador: The Korean Academy of Medical Sciences
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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On July 23rd, 2010 a revised medical law (Article 58) was passed to change existing evaluation system of medical institutions to an accreditation system. The new healthcare accreditation system was introduced to encourage medical institutions to work voluntarily and continuously to improve patient safety and medical service quality. Changes regarding the healthcare accreditation system included the establishment of an accreditation agency, the voluntary participation of medical institutions, accreditation standards centering on the treatment process and patient safety, tracing methodology, and the announcement of comprehensive results concerning accreditation. Despite varying views on the healthcare accreditation system, including some that are critical, it is meaningful that the voluntary nature of the system acknowledges that the medical institutions must be active agents in improving medical service quality. Healthcare quality is not improved instantaneously, but instead gradually through continuous communication within the clinical field. For this accreditation system to be successful, followings are essential: the accreditation agency becomes financially independent and is managed efficiently, the autonomy and regulation surrounding the system are balanced...

‣ Accreditation as a path to achieving universal quality health coverage

Mate, Kedar S; Rooney, Anne L; Supachutikul, Anuwat; Gyani, Girdhar
Fonte: BioMed Central Publicador: BioMed Central
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 17/10/2014 Português
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As many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) pursue health care reforms in order to achieve universal health coverage (UHC), development of national accreditation systems has become an increasingly common quality-enhancing strategy endorsed by payers, including Ministries of Health. This article describes the major considerations for health system leaders in developing and implementing a sustainable and successful national accreditation program, using the 20-year evolution of the Thai health care accreditation system as a model. The authors illustrate the interface between accreditation as a continuous quality improvement strategy, health insurance and other health financing schemes, and the overall goal of achieving universal health coverage.

‣ Tertiary Education in Poland

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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The polish tertiary education report was undertaken by the World Bank and the European Investment Bank in consultation with the Ministry of National Education and Sports of Poland (MoNES). The modernization of higher education and other tertiary education services has become an increasing focus of public concern in Poland. A major purpose of the report is to discuss important issues in Polish tertiary education and to focus on policies to improve the quality and accessibility of educational services. Section one of this report summarizes the key trends in the development of tertiary education in Poland since the beginning of the 1990s, including the evolving legal framework and the principal outcomes of a decade of reform. Section two focuses on the major outstanding issues today with respect to the financing of tertiary education, quality assurance, linkages to science and research, and the business community together with the need for Poland to build capacity for, and implement, a comprehensive lifelong learning system. Section three presents some promising policy options and suggests specific reform measures for consideration by policy makers in Poland.

‣ SABER - Tertiary Education Governance : Data Collection and Assessment Tool on Governance in Tertiary Education

World Bank
Fonte: Banco Mundial Publicador: Banco Mundial
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Systems Assessment for Better Education Results (SABER) is designed to assess existing education policies of participating countries in order to enable comparisons between them and learning of best practices. The purpose of this background paper is to present SABER-Tertiary Education Governance, a tool for facilitating comparisons of both system-wide policies and practical implementation of these policies at the institution-level across and within countries in the tertiary education sector. This paper was prepared as a background papers for SABER Tertiary Education, one of the domains in the SABER initiative at the World Bank, itself launched within the context of the Bank s new education strategy 2020 which sets the goal of Learning for All. Among the factors influencing tertiary education performance, recent research has identified governance as a key determinant. A good governance structure and favorable regulatory conditions can promote innovative behavior among tertiary education institutions, enable the development of strong quality assurance systems...

‣ Inception Report for CARDS 2004 - Croatia Project entitled: Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System

POPOSKI NIKOLA; TODOROVA ANI; TAYLOR PHILIP; MAJCEN NINETA
Fonte: OPOCE Publicador: OPOCE
Tipo: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports Formato: Printed
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This document incorporates the inception report for CARDS 2004 - Croatia project "Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System" that is aiming to provide targeted assistance on predefined topics having as overall objective further development of the Quality Infrastructure in Croatia. The intervention logic in this framework is centred on three key objectives, these being: - Strengthen the national quality infrastructure, through assisting in strategic and legislative alignment efforts, as well as enhancing collaboration between all relevant stakeholders; - Provide assistance in further improvement of the technical expertise, in the areas of standardisation, chemistry dimension of the Metrology and related conformity assessment topics; - Raising public awareness on the importance of the proper functioning of the National Quality Infrastructure.; JRC.D.4-Isotope measurements

‣ Development on National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System - Final Report - CARDS 2004 Croatia

POPOSKI Nikola; TODOROVA Ani; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; TAYLOR Philip
Fonte: Publications Office of the Europen Union Publicador: Publications Office of the Europen Union
Tipo: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports Formato: Online
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The final report of the CARDS programme 2004 project "Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System" - offers an overview of the conducted activities during the period: from the 6th October 2008 to the 16th June 2009. Furthermore, this document is giving a sum-up of the overall achievements of the project over the entire duration of the project (16th May 2006 to 15th June 2009). Evaluation, eventual feedbacks, encountered problems, modifications and further recommendations are also elaborated. Finally, the last chapter is meant to provide a synthetic view on the targets of the project, derive conclusions and list the key issues / experiences and proposes further improvement possibilities for beneficiary institutions.; JRC.DDG.D.4-Isotope measurements

‣ First Interim Report for CARDS 2004 Croatia Project, entitled: Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System

POPOSKI NIKOLA; TODOROVA ANI; MAJCEN Nineta; TAYLOR PHILIP
Fonte: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities Publicador: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Tipo: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports Formato: Printed
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The CARDS 2004 - Croatia project on the "Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System" is providing targeted assistance on predefined topics having as overall objective further development of the Quality Infrastructure in Croatia. This 1st interim report provides the overview on the project's progress for the duration of the initial six months period of the implementation. It also offers a plan for the activities to be conducted within the second reporting period.; JRC.D.4-Isotope measurements

‣ Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System. 4th Interim Report CARDS 2004

POPOSKI Nikola; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; TAYLOR Philip
Fonte: OPOCE Publicador: OPOCE
Tipo: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports Formato: Printed
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The CARDS 2004 - Croatia project entitled " Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System" is providing targeted assistance on predefined topics having as overall objective further developmet of the Quality Infrastructure in Croatia. The 4th interim report provides the overview on the project's progress during the period April to October 2008. It also offers a plan for the activities to be conducted within the following (fifth) reporting period, corresponding to October 2008 - April 2009.; JRC.D.4-Isotope measurements

‣ Second Interim Report for CARDS 2004 Croatia Project, entitled: Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System

POPOSKI NIKOLA; TODOROVA ANI; MAJCEN Nineta; TAYLOR PHILIP
Fonte: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities Publicador: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Tipo: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports Formato: Printed
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The CARDS 2004 - Croatia project on the "Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System" is providing targeted assistance on predefined topics having as overall objective further development of the Quality Infrastructure in Croatia. The 2nd interim report provides the overview on the project's progress for the duration of the second six months trench of implementation. It also offers a plan for the activities to be conducted within the third reporting period.; JRC.D.4-Isotope measurements

‣ Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System in Croatia: 3rd INTERIM REPORT CARDS 2004 - Croatia, Project No 116536

POPOSKI Nikola; TODOROVA Ani; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; TAYLOR Philip
Fonte: European Commission - OPOCE Publicador: European Commission - OPOCE
Tipo: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports Formato: Printed
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The CARDS 2004 - Croatia project entitled "Development of National Metrology, Standardisation, Conformity Assessment and Accreditation System in Croatia" is providing targeted assistance on predefined topics having as an overall objective the further development of the Quality Infrastructure in Croatia. The 3rd interim report provides the overview on the project's progress during the period October 2007 to April 2008. It also offers a plan for the activities to be conducted within the following (fourth) reporting period, corresponding to April 2008 - October 2008.; JRC.D.4-Isotope measurements

‣ Is there an association between hospital accreditation and patient satisfaction with hospital care? A survey of 37 000 patients treated by 73 hospitals

Sack, Cornelia; Scherag, A.; Lutkes, Peter; Gunther, Wolfram; Jockel, Karl-Heinz; Holtmann, Gerald Johannes
Fonte: Oxford Univ Press Publicador: Oxford Univ Press
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Objective: In many countries hospitals are undergoing accreditation as mandatory or voluntary measures. It is believed that accreditation positively influence quality of care and patient satisfaction. This survey aims at assessing the relationship between patient satisfaction and accreditation status. Design: Between January and May 2007, 4 weeks after their discharge, 78 508 patients from 328 departments in 73 hospitals received a validated questionnaire. Data from 36 777 patients (response rate 55%) were available for analyses. Main: Outcome Measures Recommendation rate was used as primary endpoint, which was available from 35 945 patients. To address the clustering of patients within hospitals, we applied univariate and multivariable generalized estimating equations. As covariates we used ‘gender’ and ‘age’ at the patient level and the ‘number of beds’ and ‘hospital teaching status’ at the hospital level. Results: Overall and not addressing the clustering, 66.3% of all the patients recommend their hospital to others. This recommendation, however, was not related to the accreditation status in the univariate analyses (odds ratio (OR) for accreditation (‘yes’) and recommendation (‘yes’) 0.99, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.85–1.16...

‣ Education, Training and Labor Market Outcomes for Youth in Indonesia

World Bank
Fonte: World Bank Publicador: World Bank
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Education Study
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This report is part of the Analytical and Advisory Activities (AAA) program focusing on the engagement area of 'skills development, competitiveness, and knowledge economy' and is based on several background papers and technical notes written on the characteristics of youth employment and the role of education and skills in the school-to-work transition in Indonesia. The slow transition of graduates is explored in detail in section two, which pays special attention to differences by education levels. It highlights the difficulties of senior secondary school graduates in accessing good quality jobs and the high unemployment rate that they face upon graduation. Given these worrisome signs of young senior secondary school graduates (considered the lower tier of 'skilled' workers) and expected increases in the transition to senior secondary education (which are already rising rapidly), section three focuses on the senior secondary school level. Seeking to shed some light on the question of whether senior secondary education is providing the right skills for its students...

‣ Indonesia's Higher Education System : How Responsive is it to the Labor Market?

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Education Study
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Indonesia is at a development crossroads. It successfully weathered the 2008 international financial crisis, and it has shown resilience in the current turbulent times. Its economy is now one of the largest 20 economies in the world and it has ambitious plans to achieve high-income status and join the G-7 by 2030. Yet the challenges it faces are daunting. As highlighted in the recent Indonesia Economic Quarterly report by the World Bank, the status quo may not be enough to maintain current growth rates in light of domestic and policy pressures. And even maintaining the current rates of growth will not bring the country to high income status by the target year. This paper is organized as follows. Section two presents a framework to look at incentives and argues that without the right system in place, the tendency of the education sector will not necessarily be to align its supply with the demands of the labor market. The section discusses some of key features of the system in Indonesia. Section three looks at the performance of higher education graduates in the labor market...

‣ Enhancing China's Competitiveness Through Lifelong Learning

Dahlman, Carl; Zhihua Zeng, Douglas; Wang, Shuilin
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Publication; Publications & Research :: Publication
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This study emphasizes that in response to demands for wider access and better quality of education, and to achieve economies of scale and leverage limited resources, China needs to develop a more integrated system of education and training with appropriate bridges and interfaces among its various constituents. This book outlines the key elements of such a system, focusing primarily on its economic aspects. It presents a framework to help identify and understand the demands being placed on the education and training system and the services that various education providers can supply, highlighting several policy approaches to building an effective and efficient lifelong learning system. These include changing the role of government from being the main provider of education and training to being the architect, facilitator, and rule-keeper for a more inclusive system. In this scenario, government would ensure quality, relevance, efficiency, and equity through sound accreditation, assessment, and vocational qualification systems...

‣ El rol del testigo de acreditación en la introducción del documento público en el sistema acusatorio; The role of accreditation witnessed the introduction of a public document in the adversarial system

Tovar Plazas, Carlos A.; García, Sebastían
Fonte: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada; Facultad de Derecho; Especialización en Procedimiento Penal Constitucional y Justicia Militar Publicador: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada; Facultad de Derecho; Especialización en Procedimiento Penal Constitucional y Justicia Militar
Tipo: bachelorThesis; Trabajo de grado Formato: pdf; spa; pdf
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El presente artículo de investigación aborda, desde la perspectiva de la jurisprudencia y la doctrina nacional, el tema de la necesidad de contar con un testigo de acreditación para la introducción de los documentos públicos en el juicio oral propio del sistema penal acusatorio, atendidas las diversas interpretaciones que se le han venido dando en el país a las normas que regulan el tema y la práctica judicial. El cambio de sistema procesal penal en el país, originado en el acto legislativo 03 de 2002, implicó un cambio trascendental en el régimen probatorio y principalmente en lo que tiene que ver con la prueba documental, toda vez que, contrario a lo que acontecía en el régimen procesal de la Ley 600 de 2000, en el que operaba el principio de permanencia de la prueba, en el nuevo sistema acusatorio sólo se considera prueba la que se practica en sede del juicio oral, público y concentrado. Así entonces, se ha planteado que la introducción del documento público en el sistema acusatorio, que debe hacerse en el juicio para permitir su contradicción, sólo puede cumplirse a través del denominado testigo de acreditación, exigencia que puede considerarse incompatible con la presunción de autenticidad de este tipo de documentos frente a la aplicación del principio de mismidad...

‣ Navigating the Next Accreditation System: A Dashboard for the Milestones

Johna, Samir; Woodward, Brandon
Fonte: The Permanente Journal Publicador: The Permanente Journal
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2015 Português
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In July 2014, all residency programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education were enrolled in the new Next Accreditation System. The authors used existing electronic goals and objectives for each rotation coupled with appropriate end-of-rotation evaluations reflecting the specialty-specific milestones. A resident’s final, overall performance was visually represented on a plot graph. The novel dashboard proved simple to use and reduced the time for each resident evaluation to 5 to 10 minutes.

‣ The Next Accreditation System: Stakeholder Expectations and Dialogue with the Community

Philibert, Ingrid; Nasca, Thomas J.
Fonte: The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Publicador: The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2012 Português
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In February 2012, in an article in the New England Journal of Medicine,1 the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) provided an initial description and the rationale for the Next Accreditation System (NAS). We follow up with this piece, which reflects on questions about the NAS, as a starting point for a dialogue with the community, and as the first in a series of articles that will describe key attributes of the NAS, offer practical guidance to programs and sponsoring institutions, and solicit stakeholder input. Dialogue with the community will be helpful in answering questions and in allowing the ACGME to clarify and refine certain elements of the NAS. This dialogue needs to be mindful that many details of the NAS are yet to be finalized. In communicating about the NAS, ACGME, thus, must balance a timely response to the community's desire to learn more and the need to have details well established to avoid a need to make changes after details have been released to stakeholders and the public.

‣ Developing competency - based accreditation for health promotion in Europe; Desenvolvimento de competências – credenciamento baseado em promoção da saúde na Europa

Battel-Kirk, Barbara; Barry, Margaret M.
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/06/2013 Português
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RESUMO: Introdução: Em abril de 2013, a reunião inaugural do Conselho de Administração e Comitês do Sistemade Acreditação de Promoção da Saúde Europeu da União Internacional de Promoção e Educação em Saúde (UIPES) foi realizada em Paris. A reunião anunciou a implementação de um sistema inovador para a promoção da saúde na Europa, baseado em competências. O sistema tem como objetivo promover a garantiade qualidade e competência na promoção da saúde através de um sistema de acreditação a nível europeu, que foi projetado para ser flexível e sensível a diferentes contextos, mantendo critérios robustos e validados. O sistema baseia-se na literatura internacional sobre as abordagens baseadas em competências para a promoção da saúde e em iniciativas de desenvolvimento de capacidades globais, tais como a Declaração consensuada da Conferência de Galway (“Toward Domains of Core Competence for Building Global Capacity in Health Promotion”)1. O Sistema é projetado para fornecer mecanismos validados que garantam a qualidade às práticas da promoção, da educação em saúde bem como da formação e do desenvolvimento de capacidades na Europa, basedo em conceitos compartilhados e em um sistema formalizado de reconhecimento profissional. As competências e os padrões profissionais que sustentam o Sistema têm como premissa os principais conceitos e princípios da promoção da saúde definidosna Carta de Ottawa2 e sucessivas cartas e declarações(3-8) da Organização Mundial de Saúde. Atualmente...