Dec 30, 2017
Very interesting course. I am not a healt worker, but I work in development aid on youth issues and it was very useful as inspiration for project designing.
Sep 10, 2019
This course was very well tailored for health care professional. Particularly how different projects present their best practices through out the course .
Feb 28, 2019
This course was very informative but honestly, it wasn't well done. We never see people/interviews, only primitive powerpoint. Most of what was said was written on the slides, so while it's good for references later, it doesn't stick with you if you weren't actively working in the field. Needless to say, it was very helpful and will get back to it in the future.
par Cyn d J•
Oct 30, 2016
I liked this course, but sometimes the presentations was boring because show only letters and no images or graphics. But in general I liked very much the content. I think, that this course is very interesting and proffesional. I learned many new frames about GBV.
par gerald w•
Oct 29, 2016
Excellent course, speaks not only to health professional looking to investigate introductory concepts related to GBV and VAW, but for policy professionals as well
par Evdoxia K•
Sep 19, 2018
If the quality of the sound was better, this course would have been the best learning experience I ever had.
par Lisa A R•
Jul 23, 2018
Good information, but since it was recorded in 2015, it should be updated
par Joan B•
Feb 15, 2017
great information from diverse teachers.
par Matilde F G•
Oct 15, 2017
Hi! I have enjoyed the content of the course quite a lot, as well as its format. However, the fact that the videos only show the presentation slides makes it hard to keep concentration up for the whole time. It would be far better (although I understand it's time-costly) to be able to see the speaker from time to time, or even a double screen with slides and presentation. I hope this comment helps.