Analysis of Health Supervision personel education and training in Kunshan city
Wang Hui;Wang Liang;Cai Jianyuan;
Objectives: To know the status of personnel education and training in Kunshan Health Supervision institutions. Methods: Design health supervision agency staff questionnaires, to investigate practitioners' education and training in the health supervision institutions between 2006-2012, and statistical analyse the survey data obtained. Results: Health supervisors attend training 31.91 hours per year in Kunshan, which per capita training was most in 2011, for 54.33 hours; seen from the training content, comprehensive training and knowledge of laws and regulations and other law enforcement training hours at most, accounting for 49.03% and 28.92% respectively; the main form of training was the training organized by own institution, the number of training and training hours respectively accounted for 87.69% and 48.81%. Conclusions: From 2006 to 2012, the health supervision institutions' personnel training had been strengthened, training hours showed an increasing trend year by year. The training content and forms were diversity, which improved the comprehensive quality of supervisors. Suggestions to further increase the personnel training intensity, increase more professional knowledge training hours, and improve the ability of law enforcement of health supervisors and the comprehensive quality level.