Medic Training 2000 (MT2K) Surveys Regarding Computer Literacy. Frequency Tables
Supplement 28 Sep 1998-1 Apr 2000
CENTER FOR HEALTHCARE EDUCATION AND STUDIES FORT SAM HOUSTON TX
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This report presents results not included in the MEDIC Training 2000 final report HR00-001A. The study assessed the readiness of combat medics in performing core life-saving skills Phase I, examined an alternative method for Advance Individual Training of combat medic students Phase II, determined the effect of a self-directed multi-media sustainment training package on combat medic readiness Phase III, and tested the feasibility of a method for measuring effectiveness of unit training programs. The current report is concerned only with computer-related questions that were asked in surveys administered during Phases I and III. Questions covered proficiency of combat medics in performing computer skills, their on-the-job access to computers, and the types of computer systems available to them. Respondents were located at four installations and consisted of combat medics with 1-4 years experience n347, their direct-line supervisors n255, and newly graduated combat medics n127. Response data are summarized in frequency tables.
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