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Feasibility Study of a Department of Health (DOH) Job Rotation Program as a Tool for Human Resource Development (Phase I)

PHRR170703-001579

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Feasibility Study of a Department of Health (DOH) Job Rotation Program as a Tool for Human Resource Development (Phase I)

A sequential mixed method design (QUAL + QUAN) will be conducted on two different phases. The qualitative approach, or the benchmarking phase (Phase 1), will include human resource managers, supervisors, and rotated employees in selected private and government institution conducting job rotation for at least 3 years. Using a semi-structure interview guide, individual interviews and focus group discussions will be conducted until data saturation has been achieved. Qualitative data will be analyzed using Ryan and Bernard’s cutting and sorting technique.

Start Date Duration in Months Target Completion Date Actual Completion Date
2017-01-15 4 2017-05-15 0000-00-00

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Institution Classification Region LTO #
University of Santo Tomas, College of Nursing Private Higher Education Institution - Sectarian NCR
Institution Amount Region
Department of Health N/A NCR
Name Expertise Affiliation
Gian Carlo S. Torres, MAN, RN Nursing Administration University of Santo Tomas, College of Nursing
Alita R. Conde, PhD, RN Human Resource Management University of Santo Tomas, College of Nursing
Marica G. Estrada, PhD, RN Community Health Nursing University of Santo Tomas, College of Nursing
Laurence Lloyd B. Parial, MAN, RN Nursing Administration University of Santo Tomas, College of Nursing
John Rey B. Macindo, BSN, RN Public Health University of Santo Tomas, College of Nursing

  • Appropriate Design of a Job Rotation Program
  • Criteria for selection of employee
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Attitude required in learning packages
  • Criteria of Sending and Receiving Offices
  • Structural requirement and criteria for employee output

  1. Design Construction
  2. Employee Selection
  3. Training Provision
  4. Unit Coordination
  5. Output Evaluation

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  • Philippines

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15 Jan 2017

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