Hortensia Amaro, Ph.D.  - Keynote Lecturer - 9th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health - June 9-13, 2003
9th Annual SPHRIMH

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Program for Ethnicity, Culture, and Health Outcomes (ECHO)
Congresswomen Madeleine Bordallo and Donna Christensen speaking from the U.S. House of Representatives
10th Annual
 Your guide to minority health-related activities at UNC-CH
and elsewhere 

Site facilitator evaluation

If you prefer to print and fax the evaluation form to us, click here for the printable version.

 1.   What is your site identification number?

(The Site ID is in parentheses immediately after the name of your site on the folleing webpage: http://www.minority.unc.edu/institute/2005/satellite/sites.cfm; the SiteID is usually the 9-digit postal code for the viewing location.)

 2.  What is the total number of participants at your site across all days that you downlinked ?       (please count participants for each day that they attended, so one person who attended the broadcast on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday counts as "3 participants")
 3.  Were your participants (check all that apply)
  Public health professionals (health educators, public health nurses, health administrators, . . .)
  Clinicians (i.e. doctors, nurses, physician assistants, social workers, . . .)
  Community Members
  Faculty, teachers, reseachers
  Students (undergraduate, graduate, doctoral)
  No participants - just taping
  1. Were there problems receiving the broadcast? Please indicate their nature (could not tune in the satellite, local weather conditions interfered, audio was noisy or disrupted, video was fuzzy or distorted, etc.)

  1. Were participants able to ask questions conveniently (check all available):

  by telephone? by fax? by e-mail?


  1. Was the time allocated for questions and comments:


too little

about right

too much

  1. Was the length of mid-session breaks:


too short

about right

too long


Please rate each of the following as



  1. Participants at my site seemed engaged during the broadcast
  1. Participants found the material interesting and important.
  1. Participants at my site felt able to ask questions.
  1. The web site was well-organized, convenient, and informative.
  1. Compared to others, this broadcast was well organized and well run.



  1. I will recommend this broadcast to other organizations.
  1. My organization would like to be a site for this broadcast in 2006.
  1. I would like to be a site facilitator for similar events in the future
  1. Overall, I think the Videoconference was time well spent.
17. Any comments about the speaker, topic, the web site, and anything else, including suggestions for future years?
  1. Please tell us your name   
    and email address 

Thank you very much for your interest in the
Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health
and for taking the time to complete and return this evaluation form.

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Last Updated on: 06/07/05 by Cal